Late last week, UC Federal Governmental Relations shared with the California congressional delegation a letter from President Napolitano that outlines the University’s FY 2018 federal funding priorities:
As Congress begins work on appropriations for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018, the University of California (UC) urges your full support for federal programs that are critical to the University’s ability to successfully carry out its education, research, health care, and public service missions.
Nearly 100 volunteers of all ages lent a hand to do some spring cleaning at the Mann UCLA Community School. (photos by Reed Hutchinson)
Volunteers from UCLA and a neighborhood in South Los Angeles gathered Saturday, March 25, at Horace Mann UCLA Community School to give the facilities a good spring cleaning.
UCLA research could be impacted due to cuts in the proposed federal budget for the next fiscal year.
President Donald Trump’s initial budget proposal could have major impacts on UCLA research programs due to how much support we receive from various federal agencies now targeted by the Administration for large potential budget cuts.
UCLA Luskin Dean Gary Segura talks about the impact of the presidential election on Latinos. Photo by George Foulsham
Gary Segura, dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, thinks that Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric may seem all too familiar to Latinos and others in California who endured a similar campaign against undocumented residents a couple of decades ago. The current effort could backfire on Trump and his supporters, suggested Segura, an internationally recognized expert on the Latino electorate, during a presentation March 21, 2017, to a packed room of citizens, policymakers and fellow educators. The UCLA Advocacy event, co-hosted by UCLA Government and Community Relations and the Luskin School, featured introductions by Chancellor Gene Block and Keith S. Parker, assistant vice chancellor for government and community relations.
Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Youlonda Copeland-Morgan speaks before a Congress subcommittee on financial aid.
UCLA Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Youlonda Copeland-Morgan traveled to Washington, D.C. to testify before Congress on how to improve federal student aid and better meet the needs of today’s students.
She spoke on March 21 before the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development, extolling the success stories at UCLA and the UC system as a whole, when it comes to admitting, enrolling and graduating low-income students.
The video and transcript are available below.
Veterans filled Jackie Robinson Stadium for a special movie night.
More than 200 veterans enjoyed ribs and good company during the inaugural Veteran Movie Night at Jackie Robinson Stadium on March 11, a new event series meant to further activate the hallowed baseball grounds as UCLA and the West Los Angeles VA continue to strengthen their partnership.
“UCLA has a longstanding relationship with the VA through various entities on campus including the medical side, athletics, recreation and others. We, at Athletics, have been trying a number of things to activate that space as part of that continued effort,” said Tracy Huth, UCLA Athletics special assistant to the athletic director.