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Big Ten Conference: UCLA directed to provide student-athlete support

The UC Board of Regents directed UCLA to dedicate additional resources from conference-associated revenues to support UC student-athletes as a condition for joining the Big Ten Conference.

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Learn how surveillance data can help protect public health

Ron Brookmeyer, Ph.D., of UCLA, will share how surveillance data is used to protect public health and the future of enhancing its effectiveness.

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Equity Chat: The impact of UCLA leaving the Pac-12 Conference

Join PACSW members for their quarterly light reading and discussions on equity, diversity and inclusion topics.

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PACSW presents an Equity Chat on UCLA leaving the Pac-12

Join PACSW members for their quarterly light reading and discussions on equity, diversity and inclusion topics.

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UC nabs top spots in 2022-23 U.S. News Best Colleges rankings

Two UC campuses tied for the best public university in the country — and six are in the top 10.

President Drake gets personal in new UCLA video

President Drake recently traveled to UCLA to meet with students, faculty and staff. View a fun video from his visit.

Lucy Tseng reflects on her time as staff advisor to the UC Regents

Lucy shares her experiences at the Regents, including building relationships over Zoom, expressing gratitude and paying it forward.

Brita Sigourney celebrates her bronze-medal-winning run in the halfpipe in the Pyeongchang Games.

Two athletes with UC ties head to Beijing for the Winter Olympics

The Olympics is here, and UC is in the games! Here's who to watch for and when to tune in.

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Eight films with UCLA ties among 25 named to the National Film Registry

Eight films with UCLA ties have been inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.

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UC teams with Indigenous scholars to recast history of the California missions

Native scholars and community members are bringing their lived experiences and ancestral histories to a project that is rewriting the history of California’s missions.

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Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble to speak on data discrimination

Next Monday, Sept. 20, Safiya Umoja Noble, Ph.D., of UCLA will share her work on data discrimination and racial and gender bias in search engine algorithms.