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    Supeena Adler wins Hugo and Christine Davise Fund for Contemporary Music grant

    The grant will invite Thai musicians, descendants of Mon music families, to the UCLA to teach Mon techniques, traditions, and contemporary repertoire to UCLA students and community practitioners.

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    Veteran broadcast journalist David Ono receives Irene Hirano Inouye Award

    Ono, a Japanese-American broadcast journalist and documentary filmmaker, will receive the award and give a speech in honor of the celebrated Japanese American philanthropist later this spring.

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    Broadcaster David Ono. (Photo: ABC7).

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Tokyo Trial: A window onto the forces that shaped post-World War II Asia

The broad international framework used by Gary Bass in “Judgment at Tokyo” brings into focus concepts of international law, war crimes and human rights that remain both salient and contentious in today's postcolonial world.

Burkle Center for International Relations
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U7+ Alliance of World Universities urges G7 to increase access to higher education

The U7+ Alliance of World University Leaders recently met in Milan and adopted a statement on increasing global access to higher education. The statement was shared with the Italian minister of university and research as an input into Italy's preparations for hosting the G7 summit in June.

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Eric Min receives UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award

Min,who has taught at UCLA for six years, is deeply appreciated by students for his meticulously prepared lectures, infectious enthusiasm and ability to put readings in context.

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IN FOCUS: Arab American Heritage Month

A curated selection of stories from across the UCLA campus spotlighting Arab American voices, histories and research, including from CNES fellow Dima El Mouallem.

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Supeena Adler wins Hugo and Christine Davise Fund for Contemporary Music grant

The grant will invite Thai musicians, descendants of Mon music families, to the UCLA to teach Mon techniques, traditions, and contemporary repertoire to UCLA students and community practitioners.

Center for Southeast Asian Studies
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In Memoriam: Diego Loukota, ‘Once-in-a-Generation' Intellect

Diego Loukota, a UCLA specialist in Indian and Central Asian Buddhism and assistant professor of Asian languages and cultures, died on March 17, 2024. He was 38 years old.

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Repression is working, says Russian journalist

Investigative journalist Roman Badanin says many criminal and administrative charges have either been newly introduced, or more aggressively pursued, in the last six years to suppress dissent in Russia.

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The unvarnished clarity of women's courage

Three 2024 International Women of Courage Award recipients shared their experiences at a recent UCLA Anderson School panel, inspiring a future generation of Bruin women leaders.

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UCLA joins multilateral association of university leaders

“UCLA is honored to join the U7+ Alliance and supports its timely mission of developing multilateral strategies to apply the intellectual and research resources of universities worldwide to the complex problems of our world,” said UCLA Vice Provost Cindy Fan.

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Committed to serving the underserved

Graduate student Supraja Saravanakumar did a public health internship in Kenya last summer with support from a Dr. Elizabeth Woldemussie Fellowship. Her work there built on many years of volunteer service in health education.

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Melissa Bilal named to new Promise Chair in Armenian Music, Arts and Culture

A former Scholar at Risk and current faculty affiliate of the UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies, Melissa Bilal has been named inaugural holder of the new chair at UCLA.

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CSEAS expands climate change research through new collaboration

UCLA and Agusan del Sur State College of Agriculture and Technology forge a new partnership for climate change and indigenous landscape management research in the Philippines.

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Q&A: Cindy Fan on the importance of global studies and perspectives

Fan, vice provost for international studies and global engagement at UCLA, is one of five new members joining the National Academy of International Education this year.

UCLA International Institute
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Austrian Archives for Exile Studies: Preserving literary and cultural history

Part of the Literaturhaus Wien, the archives are a unique institution that interact with researchers, the general public and, most importantly, writers in exile and their families.

UCLA International Institute
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The UCLA team behind the Digital Florentine Codex

UCLA Magazine delves into the team of UCLA alumni and professors who played an instrumental role in creating the Getty Digital Florentine Codex. The entire 16th-century encyclopedia of Indigenous Mexican knowledge and culture is now easily accessible worldwide for the first time in its history.

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