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.
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.
Safiya Umoja Noble, Ph.D., of UCLA will share her work on data discrimination and racial and gender bias in search engine algorithms. Learn about the implications for socially marginalized and over-surveilled populations.
According to UCLA researchers, there are many reasons to be hopeful about trans rights — despite a flurry of anti-trans legislation in the U.S.
UCLA researchers have found that at least 65 species of animals demonstrate vocal play behavior similar to human laughter.
How UCLA’s Center for EthnoCommunications brings Asian-American perspectives to life.
End 2020 with a free virtual meditation session produced by the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.
Born and raised in Southern California to immigrant parents, incoming Staff Advisor to the Regents Lucy Tseng is proud to be a “True Bruin.” “Everyone in my extended family in Taiwan was so excited when
UCOP staff are invited to virtually attend the UCLA Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center Year-End Event in 2020 Focus.
Get the latest insights on takeout dining from UCLA food safety and nutrition expert Catherine Carpenter.
On Wednesday, October 2, Chancellor Gene Block of UCLA delighted UCOP staff with his lively Chancellor Chat. Learn more and watch the recap!
On Wednesday, October 2, catch the next event in the popular Chancellor Chats series. Attend in person at Oakland’s Franklin building, or via Zoom.