The first of the Global Learning Institutes opens new vistas
Center for Chinese Studies Director Richard Baum participates in radio panel on China's future now that Hu Jintao has consolidated power.
Kent Schull is a UCLA graduate student in History. He and his family of five (now six) spent two years in Istanbul, where he conducted dissertation research with support from a Fulbright-Hays grant.
Sixteen performance artists, eight from Asia and eight from the United States, spend six weeks in Indonesia.
Conference in Beijing draws scholars, government officials, & business leaders
UCLA in LA Is Discussed in Meeting with 15-member Multinational Delegation
Nineteen California teachers spend three weeks exploring China's rich cultural legacy and its complicated present.
This year, OID will offer special workshops specific for the Language TA in the Public Policy building. This event is only opened to UCLA Language TAs.
Delegation of Haitian political figures and activists meet with Professor Thomas Schwartz
Journalists, musicians, actors, and TV/radio producers discuss art in the fight against AIDS with Allen Roberts, director of the Africa Studies Center
A half-day conference sponsored by the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Richard Baum jointly conducts a 3-day symposium at the Aspen Institute
Visitors from Turkmenistan explore women and the law in the United States and Turkmenistan
A talk by Perry Anderson.
BA and MA candidates from 9 international interdepartmental degree programs take part in June cap and gown event.
Language Resource Center designs custom classes for ESL teachers from Tashkent.
Ancient traditions surround growing and storage of essential food grain.
Economically marginalized in Southeast Asia, the Hmong face assimilation and loss of their culture in the United States.
Rashid Khalidi sees perils for the U.S. in empire building while ignoring its own professional Middle East experts and the history of the region.
Award-winning scholar will take office in 2005 after her Russell Sage Foundation fellowship.
Patsy Spier tells of campaign to investigate Indonesia's role in her husband's murder; John Rumbiak calls for independence for the island peoples.
Journalist Sam Jameson sees banks as weakest point in shaky recovery.
Remembered by a Former Student
by Azza Basarudin
Khadijah Haseeba is completing her BA in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures. She spent 2002-2003 studying at the American University in Cairo via the UC Education Abroad Program.
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