Tyus Edney - Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball and '97 Comm grad in the News!!

It's hard to believe that 23 years have passed since Tyus Edney saved UCLA basketball’s last NCAA title run. Everyone remembers that second-round game in Boise — it was the West Regional of the 1995 NCAA Tournament, and Missouri was leading UCLA, 74 - 73, with 4.8 seconds remaining.

Comm major Martine Rothblatt (UCLA '77, MBA '81, JD '81) in the News!!

Growing up in Southern California, Martine Rothblatt ’77, M.B.A. ’81, J.D. ’81 was fascinated by books — often, biographies of extraordinary people who questioned authority, came up with breakthroughs and realized their dreams. Then she became one of those people.

In 1990, Rothblatt launched Sirius Satellite Radio, changing the world of satellite communications. In 1996, she founded the biotech firm United Therapeutics in order to develop a cure for her youngest daughter Jenesis’ rare lung disease. The successful drug treatment that resulted was approved in 2013.

Comm Archive "SAVE THE BETAS" crowdsourcing fundraiser starts TODAY!!

UCLA is currently embarking on an ambitious plan to digitize and preserve our television heritage. When completed, these historic news programs will be accessible online for scholars and the public through the UCLA Library. The student workers in our lab have already digitized tens of thousands of hours of newer VHS tapes, but we need your help to preserve our more endangered Betamaxes. You can help by:

Professor Greg Bryant in the news!!!!

People across cultures and continents are largely able to tell the difference between a fake laugh and a real one, according to a new study by UCLA communication researcher Greg Bryant.

Joe Kahn '18

Joe Kahn

          

Professor Paul Von Blum in the News!

UCLA historian curates exhibit on African-American artists in Los Angeles. 

UCLA’s Paul Von Blum has dedicated his life to the civil rights movement. He has testified against the Ku Klux Klan, participated in sit-ins and worked with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Today, he continues to be an active ally in the fight against injustice.

Kathryn Gage Call '56

Kathryn Gage Call

UCLA is very proud of Kathryn Gage Call, the winner of the George Oliver Award in 1956, who used her considerable forensic training throughout her life to achieve many great things.  An engaging and powerful public speaker and debater, Kathryn Gage Call embodies the qualities that the UCLA forensics program instills in its students.

Professor Neil Malamuth in the News!

Wall Street Journal.  

Power’s Role In Sexual Harassment

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