Medical student Neha Akkad called her friend and classmate Stephanie Pham in a panic one night. She couldn’t find the confidential patient information cards she had taken notes on during their shift together.
Erin Rice once watched her therapy dog make a 6-year-old boy open his eyes, look at his mother and begin communicating after a surgery that removed one hemisphere of his brain.
When John Robertson attended his first cardiac surgery conference in Chicago with Gerald Buckberg, he wasn’t expecting to attend a black-tie afterparty. However, Buckberg invited him to the party even though neither of them had appropriate outfits, and spent the evening making sure Robertson felt included by the other surgeons.
At 18 months old, Derek Lee was diagnosed with cancer. Six months of chemotherapy and radiation treatments saved his life, but left him with profound hearing loss that led him to get a cochlear implant.
UCLA’s four ethnic studies centers reflected on the progress they’ve made toward promoting diversity and inclusivity since their creation 50 years ago.
Since their establishment in the 1960s, the American Indian Studies Center, Asian American Studies Center, Chicano Studies Research Center and Ralph J.
David Leaf is teaching a course on what he said he thinks is the new era of classical music: the Beatles.
The Herb Alpert School of Music is offering the new course this quarter.
Thanksgiving break can be an opportunity for American students to travel home and visit family and friends, but for international students, it is a chance to explore Los Angeles, embrace aspects of the American holiday or create new traditions with other international students.
One of the highlights of Lt. Col. Shannon Stambersky’s career was when she saw cadets step outside of their comfort zones and embrace their host country’s culture during a three-week summer training program in Indonesia.
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