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Engineering Alumna Makes Strides in Latinx Representation

When Leticia Solis ’90 was 14 years old, her older sister took her to a Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) conference at UCLA. It was there that Solis first learned what an engineer does and

UCLA Samueli Engineers Step Up in COVID-19 Relief Efforts

UCLA Samueli Engineers Step Up in COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Bioengineering professor and director of the Makerspace demonstrates laser-cutting face shields and 3D-printing headbands, while electric engineering doctoral student Glen Meyerowitz showcases a ventilator prototype he designed using everyday household materials.

UCLA Engineers Develop First-Ever Drag-Reduction Technology for Boats

UCLA Engineers Develop First-Ever Drag-Reduction Technology for Boats

A research team from the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has demonstrated that a specially designed surface is able to reduce friction from flowing water by nearly a third. This was done in a first-ever successful boat test on open water in Marina Del Rey, California.

UCLA Engineers Step Up to Help Health Care Workers

UCLA Engineers Step Up to Help Health Care Workers

With a deluge of patients suffering from COVID-19 expected to flood hospitals in the very near future, UCLA engineers are part of a quickly growing team working to build up supplies of personal protective equipment for health care workers.

A Reflection on Remote Learning

A Reflection on Remote Learning

We want to commend our students, faculty and staff for their continued flexibility and patience during this challenging time as the campus makes critical adjustments in response to COVID-19.

A Bruin Engineer Explores Antarctica

A Bruin Engineer Explores Antarctica

Aerospace engineering doctoral student Dylan Dickstein recently returned from a two-week expedition to Antarctica, one of the planet’s coldest and most remote regions.