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Faculty in the News

Maryanne Wolf Honored with Einstein Award for Building Understanding of Dyslexia

The Dyslexia Foundation salutes Wolf, who directs the UCLA Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners, and Social Justice. READ MORE

March 11, 2019
Department of Education

Marcelo Suárez-Orozco Delivers First Lecture for the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences

Wasserman Dean spoke at the Vatican as an Academician appointed by Pope Francis on the challenges of global migration. READ MORE
May 7, 2019
Civil Rights Project

Brown at 65 – No Cause for Celebration

New research from UCLA Civil Rights Project details increasing segregation in a transformed school population. READ MORE

May 13, 2019
Faculty in the News

Miriam Posner: The Software That Shapes Workers’ Lives

Commentary in The New Yorker examines the deficiencies and effects of supply chain-management software. READ MORE

March 12, 2019
Information Studies Department

UCLA IS Celebrates Practice and Research Around Community-Based Archives

Professor Michelle Caswell co-founded the South Asian American Digital Archive in 2008 to help communities recognize “History from Different Angles," shared at a symposium on Feb. 23 at UCLA. READ MORE

March 13, 2019
Department of Education

UCLA IDEA: American High Schools Challenged by Political Incivility, Misinformation

National survey finds schools struggling with the opioid epidemic, immigration enforcement and threat of gun violence. READ MORE

March 12, 2019

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