Click on the link below:For those who take a more clinical approach to such matters, see:http://wamc.org/post/dr-robert-levenson-university-california-berkeley-genetics-marital-bliss
Simon and Garfunkel once sang about the "Sound of Silence." When rain forced the weekly networking event at Anderson indoors last Thursday, silence was not what was heard:It was more like a typical deafening LA trendy restaurant. Back in Simon and Garfunkel's day, the occupation of choice was in "plastics." Soon it will be in … Continue reading Networking
I guess the lesson is to do your marketing where you can.
As the caption notes, these trees were known as the sophomore grove at the old Vermont Avenue campus of UCLA, now the home of LA City College.
Maybe in the past it had water fountains. But nowadays we're much more sophisticated.
I'm just a sign......of the times.The open door policy at Anderson.
We noted in a prior post there would be increased attention to earthquake risks in LA around the 20th anniversary of the Jan. 27, 1994 Northridge quake. One item that began to develop was an LA Times article indicating that various buildings were at risk in the LA area, even though they were thought safe … Continue reading Quake Response
News accounts have focused on this chart in Gov. Brown's recent budget proposal which shows the Latino/Hispanic state population exceeding the white-Anglo population by July. That the shift would occur sometime this decade was obvious from the 2010 Census. A news account indicates that the shift will occur in March. Clearly, putting an exact date … Continue reading Demographic Shift
No, this is not about office hours. And it's not about privacy issues raised in prior postings about public access to faculty emails and documents.Rather, it's about access to research. In the recent spending bill - yes, the same one mentioned in the previous post on the subway - there is direction and funding for … Continue reading Are You Available?
Both the LA Times and the Daily Bruin recently carried stories about a new meteorite museum/exhibit now open in the Geology Building. Included is a chunk of the meteorite that created the well-known Meteor Crater in Arizona.http://www.latimes.com/science/la-sci-meteorite-museum-20140111,0,7358495.storyhttp://dailybruin.com/2014/01/13/ucla-officially-opens-meteorite-gallery-with-interactive-exhibit/Yours truly hasn't been there yet, but here is the info:WHERE: The museum is in Room 3697 of the … Continue reading UCLA Meteorite Exhibit Now Open