Vice chancellor for research promotes interdisciplinary solutions and inclusive research enterprise.
Projects will be featured on the GO ARTS UCLA online platform, launched May 6, 2021.
UCLA leads all universities & academic institutions with 8 recipients, in fields ranging from anthropology, linguistics & fine arts to engineering, photography & biology. Recipients are given freedom & funding to pursue scholarship & creative activities.
UCLA’s archive of the groundbreaking news magazine “In the Life” is an important record of the history of the LGBTQ movement. The publicly available content documents the history & contributions of LGBTQ people in the latter half of the 20th century.
Research by UCLA law students in the California Environmental Legislation and Policy Clinic informed pending legislation designed to help California adapt to the impacts of climate change, including mitigating wildfire risks.
Study by UCLA Center for Health Policy Research reveals the importance of analyzing COVID-19 data by ethnic subgroup
A UCLA study suggests that breaking out COVID-19 data for Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander & Asian ethnic subgroups would enable more precise identification of the hardest-hit communities and facilitate more effective deployment of outreach & resources.
The shift to remote leaning spurred UCLA undergraduates to pivot their research to remote learning disparities amongst their fellow Bruins. Their work provides valuable information for campus leaders and has been accepted for publication.
One Billion Dollars.
That’s the average amount UCLA has received to fund research projects each year since 2009-10.
UCLA research and creative activities have generated some of the most transformative breakthroughs in modern times. From revolutionizing medical diagnostics and treatment to laying the framework to create the Internet or reshaping our understanding of the human condition, UCLA's research impact extends around the globe.
As one of the world’s top research universities, UCLA has the intellectual capital and extensive research facilities necessary to tackle society’s most challenging issues. And as a public research university, we take seriously our mission to develop solutions that improve the quality of life in our community, our country and around the world. Included among our faculty, alumni and researchers are 14 Nobel Prize winners, 13 faculty MacArthur Fellows, a Fields medalist, two Turing Award winners, and three Pulitzer Prize winners. Explore our site to learn more about us, research highlights, resources for researchers, how to engage with UCLA research and our initiatives.
Organization of Research Enterprise
Experienced teams provide support services to enable researchers to pursue inquiries and discovery.
Learn more about the subsidiary offices that help to administer and support research and creative activities conducted at UCLA.