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The class of 2020 will receive an in-person commencement ceremony in fall, UCLA announced in an email Tuesday.
To curb COVID-19 cases at the start of the pandemic, Chancellor Gene Block announced March 18, 2020 that individuals in UCLA College from class of 2020 would receive a virtual commencement ceremony.
As a student pursuing a geographic information systems and technology minor, Kathryn Greenler is familiar with maps and data.
Yet Greenler only recently learned how to take a community-centered approach to her studies by creating technology that will amplify the voices of Koreatown.
Although students of the School of Engineering petitioned to have an in-person commencement, the ceremony is set to remain virtual.
Anneliese Peterson, a fourth-year aerospace engineering student, hoped to celebrate her 2021 graduation from the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science with an in-person graduation ceremony that resembled those in the years prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Current results from a UCLA-led survey study suggest that a cash reward is likely to motivate people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Researchers with the UCLA COVID-19 Health and Politics Project found that 31% of people would be more likely to get vaccinated if offered a $50 cash incentive.
UCLA researchers published a new study in May on how a life-threatening lung disorder affects patients’ cells.
Cystic fibrosis is a genetically inherited disease that causes a buildup of mucus in the lungs and makes it harder to breathe over time, according to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
A UCLA-led research team developed a potential treatment for a rare, life-threatening immune disease in children using genetically modified stem cells.
Children with adenosine deaminase deficiency, which often causes severe combined immunodeficiency, are born without a functional immune system.
With a global pandemic threatening school safety, Public Affairs 125: “Creating Safe and Welcoming Schools” opens a virtual classroom for both experts and students to these potential issues.
Jan Reiff valued every moment she had, said Terrance Reiff, her brother.
Jan, a UCLA professor of history and member of the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force, died May 4 at the age of 71.
Undergraduate and graduate students aimed to create a community through sharing Asian American and Pacific Islander-related research and creative projects at a University of California systemwide colloquium Friday.
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