Prof. Michael Stoll explained why the 20 metropolitan areas are losing the greatest share of local people to other parts of the U.S. between July 2013 and July 2014.
Prof. C. Cindy Fan has been appointed UCLA’s vice provost for international studies and global engagement. Article: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/dept/faculty/c-cindy-fan-named-vice-provost-international-studies-and-global-engagement
Prof. Patrick Heuveline’s paper entitled “The boundaries of genocide: Quantifying the uncertainty of the death toll during the Pol Pot regime in Cambodia (1975–79)” has been published in Population Studies: A Journal of Demography
The online link to his paper is http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/jgm8U4TIxdTRYS5wyJsm/full#.VbevVflVhBc
Paper will be open access until August 2015.
Prof. Mark Kaplan stated that it is important to appreciate the complexity of the suicide by viewing it both as a personal and social phenomenon. He expressed the need to understand how the social organizational context of the Army affects these individual vulnerabilities along with other evidences that focus mostly on personal psychology. Article:
Prof. Ian Holloway earns Hellman Fellowship for LGBT research. Article: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/dept/faculty/holloway-earns-hellman-fellowship-for-lgbt-research
Prof. Manisha Shah found the statistics from Havocscope that the earnings from sex work in India are pegged at $8.4 billion a year.
Prof. Christine Dunkel Schetter will serve as associate vice chancellor for faculty development Article: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/psychologist-to-serve-as-associate-vice-chancellor-for-faculty-development
Researcher Richard Wight stated that “the main reason there is a benefit to being in a legally recognized marriage is that it introduces a level of stability into a relationship. This is going to help change the social climate. Hearing the Supreme Court say this is OK will help couples feel like they’re part of regular […]
Prof. Steven Wallace is working on a project project that is designed to make the home a safe and healthy place for some of the most vulnerable populations in Los Angeles. Article: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/room-to-breathe-for-l-a-apartment-residents
Prof. Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez research is featured in Newsweek.