Former teacher-scholar Daniel Nasrallah (left) and newly announced teacher-scholar Chau Ngo (right) are pictured. The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s teacher-scholar program offers postdoctoral scholars the chance to not only work on research but also simultaneously teach undergraduate courses at UCLA. (Courtesy of Daniel Nasrallah and Courtesy of Chau Ngo)
The UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is bringing in two new teacher-scholars this academic year while saying goodbye to two former scholars.
The two new scholars, Rajat Maji and Chau Ngo, joined the program in July.
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As the school year approaches, many students are attempting to swap their allocated UCLA Housing rooms via Reddit and other social media platforms.
Throughout the summer, students are able to submit a Change of Assignment Request, which housing staff reviews, UCLA Housing said in an emailed statement.
While trips, internships or time with family and friends occupy many UCLA students’ summer breaks, some Bruins opt to stay connected to their campus organizations.
Several UCLA clubs remained active over the summer – conducting projects, holding social events, starting recruitment and preparing for the school year.
The UCLA Bike Shop reopened in July, spurring excitement for UCLA’s biking community.
The UCLA Bike Shop, which is located in the John Wooden Center, has been closed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This post was updated Sept. 21 at 10:37 p.m.
As UCLA chancellor Gene Block begins the last year of his tenure, he and his colleagues reflect on the work he has done over the past 17 years.
Michael Waterstone took over as the UCLA School of Law dean Aug. 1, the university announced Tuesday.
Waterstone was previously the dean of Loyola Marymount University Loyola Law School, where he was a faculty member for 17 years, the announcement said.
A new class developed by labor studies and history Professor Tobias Higbie will focus on the labor history of Los Angeles.
The course, which will first be available to students during the 2024-2025 academic year, will follow LA’s transition from a manufacturing to service economy and examine how laborers rebuilt their power after the city lost thousands of unionized jobs, Higbie said.
UCLA’s new creative writing minor will open applications this fall.
The minor will require students to take two courses in a core genre – either short story or poetry – after completing two lower-division English courses, according to the 2023-2024 course catalog.
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