(Ashley Ko/Daily Bruin Staff)
UCLA’s new Bruin Budget Model will roll out July 1, altering UCLA’s system for allocating funding to different campus departments, schools and organizations.
UCLA’s current budget model is successful in times of high revenue growth, but unsustainable in times of low revenue, according to the Office of Academic Planning and Budget website.
UCLA released a DataX Initiative report Feb. 13 that recommends new academic offerings and increased support for data-driven education and research on issues related to injustice, inequality and sustainability.
The UCLA community expressed mixed feelings about the College Board’s revised curriculum for a new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.
The College Board announced its plan to create an AP African American Studies course in 2021, piloting the course in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Valerie Gómez has always wanted to forge a path for those who come after her.
Gómez, an anthropology alumnus, founded Latina Grad Guide – a social impact venture to support Latinas in higher education – in 2018, aiming to decrease disparities for Latinas in academia and alleviate financial barriers they may face.
A backpack caught on fire in a Boelter Hall classroom Wednesday, causing hundreds of students throughout the building to evacuate.
Around 12:30 p.m., a backpack began to catch fire in Boelter Hall room 5249, where a bioengineering class was taking place, said Jeeth Pawar, a third-year bioengineering student in the class.
UCLA announced Gary Segura would step down from his position as dean of the Luskin School of Public Affairs in a message sent to the Luskin School’s staff and faculty Thursday.
Many professors are unable to acclimate to the absence of their student workers amid an ongoing University of California-wide academic worker strike.
Postdoctoral scholars, teaching assistants, student researchers and other academic workers represented by the United Auto Workers began their UC-wide strike Nov.
UCLA community members are joining scholars across the country to help highlight Indigenous architectural knowledge throughout the American continent in an annual program.
The Forgotten Canopy – a series of conferences under The Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies’ Core Program – held its first summit from Nov.
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