Community Partners

Recent posts that review some of the ways in which we engage with our community partners.

L.A. Social Science Story: Interview with UCLA Communication Alum Michael Allen, '86

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The LA Social Science e-forum interviewed UCLA Department of Communication alum, Michael Allen, ’86. During this interview, LA Social Science learned more about Mr. Allen's LA Social Science Story. LA Social Science would like to thank…

Working Families in Focus: Photo Exhibit and Film Shorts in the Heart of Los Angeles

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By Janna Shadduck-Hernández, Project Director, and Marisol Granillo Arce, Graduate Student Researcher UCLA Labor Center On October 24, 2019, filmmakers, photographers, poets, and musicians of color presented their original works on the…

Asian American Studies Conference Commemorates 50th Anniversary at UCLA This Weekend

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The UCLA Asian American Studies Department, the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, and the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON), are very pleased to announce their conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of Asian American…

Why Is Physical Education a Student's Most Important Subject?

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Since 2015, TEDxUCLA has provided a platform for innovative thinkers to share powerful ideas. This year’s event included a talk by Bill Simon, the Co-Founder of UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind Foundation through UCLA Health. This organization…

Chancellor’s Award for Community-Engaged Scholars

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Six new UCLA ladder faculty members were presented with the inaugural Chancellor’s Award for Community-Engaged Scholars, supported by both the Chancellor's Office and the UCLA Center for Community Learning, for the 2019-2020 academic year.…

Professional Development through Networking in the Bay Area

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By Amado Castillo and Eduardo Solis With over 1,000 organizations at UCLA, it is difficult for undergraduates to carve out a place and establish a presence on campus. In 2017, UCLA’s Division of Social Sciences and the Luskin School…