Confronting Structural Racism in Higher Education

Published: September 14, 2021

Workshop Description: In this workshop, participants will work towards developing an understanding of how structural racism is present in higher education today. Beginning with developing shared language and framework, participants will work towards identifying how white supremacy informs structural racism in institutions and individual practice. Using group discussion and action planning, participants will identify anti-racist…

Late RSVP Request- Humanities I

Published: May 21, 2019

Unfortunately, there are a few limited seats to the Humanities I ceremony, so the only requests that will be granted for this form is if a student forgot to RSVP, is eligible to walk, and would like to attend the ceremony.  Additional tickets for Humanities I extra guests are not available. 

“Hike your own hike” TEDxUCLA talk by Dr. Tara Prescott, Writing Programs

Published: July 14, 2016

Universities are interesting places. For hundreds of years we have been structured with distinct schools, departments, disciplines, focuses and tracks, all built to move you into one of these narrow spaces for a deep dive experience into an area that often become lifelong pursuits. However, if one of the largest majors is undeclared, with constant…

UCLA receives $5 million from Mellon Foundation

Published: February 2, 2016

A $5 million grant to UCLA from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will address this challenge head-on — creating core resources that will pave the way for a new era of teaching and learning. The Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms project, or EPIC, will enable UCLA to respond effectively to the emerging needs of…