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Fiat Lux Students Get a Close Encounter with President Obama   Fiat Lux Students Get a Close Encounter with President Obama
Students in Fiat Lux class taught by Kal Penn meet with President Obama at LAX Read More

UCLA Newsroom: USIE facilitator, Army veteran, teaches on teaches class on combat and military life   UCLA Newsroom: USIE facilitator, Army veteran, teaches on teaches class on combat and military life
UCLA senior Andrew Nicholls served eight years in the U.S. Army, including a year in Iraq. Now, he's sharing his firsthand perspectives about the military and combat in a UCLA psychology course he's teaching this quarter called "Fast Cars and Battle Scars: Understanding the Modern Combat Veteran and PTSD." Read more

Disability Studies Minor Recieves Donation for Scholarships   Disability Studies Minor Recieves Donation for Scholarships
Disability Studies is pleased to announce that the Oschin Family Foundation is providing a scholarship to students in the Disability Studies Minor. Thanks to the generosity of Mr. Samuel Oschin & Mrs. Lynda Oschin, the Disability Studies Minor can support promising students who are dedicated to service and advocating on issues of importance to the disability community. Learn More

UCLA Today: Civic Engagement students do research for the public good   UCLA Today: Civic Engagement students do research for the public good
Astin Civic Engagement Scholars and JusticeCorps students are recognized as they combine civic engagement efforts with high-quality research to benefit community organizations and the public. Read More