No other higher education institution has achieved, innovated or impacted the world more within its first 100 years. The headlines. The moments in history. The radical breakthroughs. As a world-class institution, UCLA has played a role in shaping the present world in every way. Now is the time to redefine our great public research institution. By maintaining our excellence through greater self-reliance, UCLA can be more than a place. It becomes a beacon.
The power of giving is measured in more than dollars. It’s gauged in people. Quantified by discoveries and breakthroughs. And enumerated through lives changed. It’s a combination of extraordinary talent and powerful resources that make the impossible possible.
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Loukaitou-Sideris’ innovative approach to urban planning embraces many factors large and small that can revive city spaces: transit systems, neighborhood parks, even sidewalks.
American political scientist and diplomat, Ralph Bunche became the first person of color to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
And we’ll remind you that before anything in this world was possible—it wasn’t. Patient Brad Carter was awakened during surgery at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center to play a guitar, guiding the team placing his brain pacemaker. Carter agreed to let UCLA live-tweet his surgery to demystify the procedure for others with tremors.
This experimental research and development lab allows students to explore the very nature of gaming. While students from all disciplines are welcome, the gaming artists are primarily from Design | Media Arts in the School of the Arts and Architecture.
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