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Online Webinar

In Case You Missed It: Webinars Showcase UCLA Expertise

Virtual meetings of the mind featured expertise and perspectives from UCLA Ed & IS educators and scholars, alumni, and other experts. READ MORE

December 18, 2020

Arthur M. Cohen: 1927-2020

Pioneering scholar of community colleges left legacy of mentorship and guidance to the next generation of higher education leaders. READ MORE

January 5, 2021
Pritzker Center

UCLA Pritzker Center: New Speaker Series Focuses on Child Welfare and Domestic Violence

UCLA and Los Angeles experts share interconnections between domestic violence and education, men and fathers, housing stability, health care. READ MORE

January 6, 2021
Department of Information Studies

UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry Collaborates with Archewell Foundation

The center's scholars, practitioners, activists and artists are focused on reimagining technology, and championing racial and economic justice, strengthening democracy in the tech sector. READ MORE

January 7, 2021
Civil Rights Project

Civil Rights Project: Black Segregation Matters

New report on status of Black students urges incoming Biden administration to confront pervasive segregation. READ MORE

December 15, 2020
Ed&IS Alumni

Environmental Justice Course Provides Learning Collaborations with L.A. Middle and High Schoolers

TEP alumni and UCLA undergrads partner to explore Indigenous views with younger students, collaborate with them in discussions, virtual conferences, and PSA poster project. READ MORE

December 16, 2020
Faculty in the News

Tyrone Howard: Love’s in Need

Scholar of urban education answers one of UCLA’s most pressing “10 Questions.” READ MORE

December 16, 2020




UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies is reframing conversations on education and information studies from theory to practice.