We’re happy to congratulate Prof. Andrew Fuligni for receiving multicampus award from the UCOP competition in December 2014. More information about the award can be found at http://ucop.edu/research-initiatives/programs/mrpi/files/AwardsbyPI_PDF.pdf
Congratulations, Prof. Fuligni!
Professor Judith Seltzer has been appointed to the National Research Council’s Standing Committee on Reengineering Census Operations. As you know, the census is the basis for apportionment, the foundation of the U.S. federal government. Census data are used for allocating state and federal funds. And these data help businesses and policy makers at all […]
Vickie Mays, professor of psychology in the UCLA College, and of health policy and management in the Fielding School of Public Health, has been reappointed by U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner to a second four-year term as the House representative to the federal advisory committee of the National Committee on Vital and Health […]
We have heard from Judy Seltzer that Rob Mare’s doctor does not anticipate the need for any additional white blood cells at least for now. This is good news in terms of Rob’s recovery from the infection. The UCLA Blood and Platelet Center will continue to register and screen potential future donors this week in […]
Prof William Clark was a guest on Larry Mantle AIRTALK on December 17 discussing the Millennial generation.
Prof. Gilbert Gee and Prof. May Wang are among a group of UCLA Fielding School of Public Health researchers investigating on how immigrants health is declining in the US.
Article: Life in America: Hazardous […]
Affiliate, Larissa Dooley comments on Prof. Noreen Goldman’s research on Psychology In Action: http://www.psychologyinaction.org/2014/12/03/how-can-we-best-predict-longevity-the-answer-might-surprise-you/
Professor Ed Walker organized a series about civic engagement in politics for the Washington Post Online.
Graduate student Lina Stepick organized a series about civic engagement in politics for the Washington Post Online.
Jennie Brand is featured in Academic Minute and Inside Higher Ed for her work on social inequality and higher education.