From April 19 to 24, the artistic work of Refik Anadol, M.F.A '14, was on display at UCLA’s Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden. The vivid data sculpture was created especially for the UCLA campus by feeding machine-learning algorithms a dataset of more than 300 million photographs of nature, including landscapes, flowers, trees, clouds, water, lakes and the ocean. Visit refikanadol.com to see his body of work.
A tradition since 1946, this year's UCLA Awards pays tribute to policymakers, activists, educators and other leaders for their lifelong dedication to bringing Bruin values into the world. Recipients will be recognized during a ceremony that will be held May 21 at the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center.
The Alumni Association is recognizing alumni entrepreneurs who are founders, owners and visionaries that have inspired innovation and served their communities. Check out which businesses are being honored on the inaugural BB100 list.
For the first time in campus history, the UCLA Sustainability Plan provides a comprehensive framework which brings together work from across campus and focuses on five target areas. The plan, which will serve as a template for other institutions, also helps Bruins find ways to lessen their own climate impact. Read the plan's highlights.
UCLA's oldest and grandest musical tradition returns to campus on May 20, 8 p.m. at the open-air L.A. Tennis Center. Just announced, award-winning film composer Hans Zimmer will receive the Gershwin Lifetime Musical Achievement Award. Alumni can purchase tickets online using the promo code CONNECT.