Academic

Thinking Gender Conference Dystopian Realities, Feminist Utopias

Fri 3/1 • 8:30AM - 6PM PST RSVP

James West Alumni Center, The Collins Conference Room, 325 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095

Join us for the 34th Annual Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference “Dystopian Realities, Feminist Utopias.” Thinking Gender 2024’s conference theme considers what it means to live in the cataclysmic wake of racial capitalism, settler...

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Center for the Study of Women

Care and Repair of Search Engines - Workshop

Fri 3/1 • 1PM - 3PM PST

SEIS 245 (GSEIS Building)

This workshop addresses the current landscape of Internet-based search infrastructures, how they shape our information discovery, how Search is flawed and what we can do to repair Search infrastructures. What are we to do when one company controls...

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School of Education and Information Studies

LS Hot Ones Interview

Tue 3/5 • 7PM - 8PM PST

De Neve Learning Auditorium

A "Hot Ones"- style interview with Dean Johnson to foster community among undergraduate students interested in the Life Sciences.

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Residential Life

Music + Data Symposium

Fri 3/8 • 10AM PST

Royce 306

Music + Data is a one-day symposium that brings together leading scholars in music, anthropology, and sound studies (broadly conceived) into dialogue with data science to consider the impact new technologies have on music cultures in global contexts...

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School of Music

Winter 2024 Public Affairs Application Major Information Session #1

Wed 3/13 • 4PM - 5PM PDT RSVP

2343 Public Affairs Building

Are you applying to the Public Affairs major this year? Join us at the Public Affairs Major Application Information Session to learn about the major application eligibility criteria and application process! The major application information...

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Luskin School of Public Affairs

DARS Orientation

Thu 3/14 • 10AM - 12PM PDT

Online - by invitation only

SAIT will be conducting a DARS orientation session to foster understanding of how DARS works and how to navigate the system. This would be an ideal training for anyone that uses the system and has not yet attended an orientation session.

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Student Affairs IT

DARS Exceptions Training

Thu 3/21 • 10AM - 12PM PDT

Online - by invitation only

SAIT will be conducting a DARS Exceptions training session for anyone that makes exceptions and has not yet attended a training session.

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Student Affairs IT

Winter 2024 Public Affairs Application Major Information Session #2

Thu 3/21 • 4PM - 5PM PDT RSVP

Zoom

Are you applying to the Public Affairs major this year? Join us at the Public Affairs Major Application Information Session to learn about the major application eligibility criteria and application process! The major application information...

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Luskin School of Public Affairs

Winter 2024 Public Affairs Application Major Information Session #3

Mon 3/25 • 11AM - 12PM PDT RSVP

Zoom

Are you applying to the Public Affairs major this year? Join us at the Public Affairs Major Application Information Session to learn about the major application eligibility criteria and application process! The major application information...

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Luskin School of Public Affairs

Presentation- UCLA Latinx Admit Weekend Tesoros Event

Fri 4/12 • 6PM - 6:45PM PDT

TBD

First To Go will be presenting at the UCLA Latinx Admit Weekend Tesoros Event. We will be sharing helpful information and first-gen resources with newly admitted students. Prepare your questions and feel free to ask us. We are looking forward to...

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First To Go

Botany Brown Bag: Public Lectures at the Garden

Thu 4/18 • 12PM - 1PM PDT

La Kretz Garden Pavilion

Bring your lunch to the Garden and enjoy casual science talks! "Trees of Trees: Historical insights about trees in the Garden" by Dr. Felipe Zapata April 18 at 12pm in the La Kretz Garden...

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Mathias Botanical Garden

Edo Outsiders: Ainu and Ryukyuan Art

Fri 4/19 • 10AM - 5PM PDT

UCLA William Andrews Clark Memorial Library

The third conference in the Center & Clark's 2023-24 Core Program, Open Edo: Diverse, Ecological, and Global Perspectives on Japanese Art, 1603–1868, focuses on two groups who are often marginalized if not absent in narratives of early modern...

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Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies