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Finding Aid for the University Archives. Subject Files (Reference Collection). 1881-
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Subject Files (Reference Collection). Series 1. 1881-

 

Academic Advancement Program (AAP).

General note

Academic Advancement Program (AAP) established in 1971; AAP first appears in 1979-1980 UCLA General Catalog as part of College of Letters and Science. SEE ALSO: Affirmative Action; Disadvantaged students [program]; Diversity; Ethnic Survey; High Potential Program; Student Affirmative Action (SAA).
 

Library. Jewish Studies collection.

 

Academic Association of University Professors.

 

Academic Calendar.

Scope and Contents note

Includes materials announcing the July 1966 change from a two semester academic year to a three quarter academic year.
 

Academic Computing, Office of.

General note

SEE ALSO: Computers (at UCLA); Health Sciences Computer Facility; Western Data Processing Center.
 

Academic convocation.

 

Academic Council of the (UC) Academic Senate.

 

Academic Freedom.

 

Academic Information Technology Board (AITB).

General note

Academic Information Technology Board is the successor organization to the Instructional Research Computing Council (IRCC); charter written March 1997.
 

Academic Interinstitutional Programs, Office of. (OAIP).

 

Academic Plan [University of California system].

Scope and Contents note

Includes UCLA's draft responsed to the 1974-1978 UC Academic Plan.
 

Academic Ratings - (Higher Education).

 

Academic Senate (UC).

 

Academic Senate. Los Angeles Division.

 

Academic Senate. Los Angeles Division. Research Committee.

 

Academic Senate. Los Angeles Division. Committee on Teaching.

 

Academic Technology Center.

 

Academic Technology Services.

 

Accreditation. SEE: Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

 

Ackerman Union.

General note

Constructed 1961. Initally called the Student Union; in 1967 named after William C. Ackerman, Executive Directory of the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA).
 

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. see: AIDS [Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome].

 

Activity Guidelines, Services and Faciliites, Regulations. 1971-1977

Scope and Contents note

Guidelines list campus regulations and procedures relative to the use of [campus] facilities and activities.
 

Administration.

 

Administrative Journal April 1973-1974.

 

Admissions.

 

Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). see: Defense Science Seminar.

General note

An agency within the U.S. Department of Defense.
 

Aerospace Studies. [UCLA Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps/AFROTC]

General note

Aerospace Studies is one of three Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs offered at UCLA. The other two programs are: Military Science (Army Force ROTC) and Naval Science (Naval ROTC). The Air Force ROTC unit was established at UCLA in 1949.
 

Affiliates of UCLA.

General note

Founded in 1937 as the University Affiliates "to acquaint prominent women of the community with the cultural and academic life of UCLA." Later renamed The Affiliates of UCLA and evolved into a "town and gown" support group with membership open to UCLA staff, faculty, and friends of UCLA.
 

Affirmative Action.

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on affirmative action as applied to UCLA hiring of faculty, staff, and equal employment opportunities.

General note

SEE ALSO: Academic Advancement Program (AAP); Disadvantaged students [program]; Diversity; Ethnic survey; High Potential Program; Student Affirmative Action (SAA).
 

African Americans at UCLA.

General note

SEE ALSO: Black Faculty and Staff Association; Negro History Week; University Negro Club.
 

African Expedition, University of California.

 

African Studies.

 

Afrikan Men's Collective.

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
 

Afrikan Student Union.

General Physical Description note: 1 folder

General note

Also spelled African Student Union.
 

Agriculture, College of (UCLA).

 

AIDS [Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome].

 

Air Pollution Reference Room.

 

Alcohol on Campus.

 

All University Faculty Conference, 1955.

 

All University Faculty Conference Proceedings. index 1944-1961.

 

All University Sing. SEE: Spring Sing.

 

Allison & Allison, Architects.

General note

1917 David Allison appointed campus architect for Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS].
 

Alpha Epsilon Pi [UCLA Fraternity]. Xi Deuteron chapter.

General note

Established at UCLA in 1948.
 

Alpha Gamma Omega [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1928.
 

Alpha Kappa Psi [UCLA Fraternity].

 

Alumni and Development.

Scope and Contents note

Includes 1971 organization chart.
 

Alumni Association [UCLA].

Scope and Contents note

Includes the 'Alumni Association Handbook.'

General note

The University of California at Los Angeles Alumni Association was established in 1934 July 1; John E. Canaday (UCLA 1927) served as the first Executive Secretary from 1934-1939. The organization was later renamed the UCLA Alumni Association. Alumni activities at UCLA were first organized in 1925 when a "Southern Office" of the [University of] California Alumni Association opened on the campus of the UC Southern Branch. Fred Moyer Jordan (UCLA 1925) served as the first "Southern Representative" from 1925-1927.
 

Alumni Association [UCLA]. Occasional Paper series. 1971 April - 1976 February

 

Alumni Awards.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Distinguished Teaching Award.

General note

Awards presented by the UCLA Alumni Association; awards first issued in 1946.
 

Aman International Folk Ensemble.

General note

Founded at UCLA in 1964 as part of the University Recreation Association (URA).
 

American Association for Advancement of Science. Pacific Division [AAAS].

 

American Association of University Women.

 

American Council on Public Relations.

 

American Cultures, Institute of. see: Institute of American Cultures.

 

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSME).

Scope and Contents note

Includes "University of California and AFSME Agreement" which lists AFSME as the representative for collective bargaining.
 

American Federation of Teachers (AFT).

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Memorandum of Understanding University of California" which lists the American Federation of Teachers as the exclusive bargaining agent.
 

American Indian Studies Center.

 

American Studies, Focused Research Unit in.

General note

The Focused Research Unit in American Studies was a unit within UCLA's English Department.
 

American-Russian Cultural Exchange, Conference on, 1945.

 

Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

 

Analysis and Information Management (AIM).

General note

The Office of Analysis and Information Management (AIM) is one of several UCLA institutional research units. AIM provides statistics, data, and information about UCLA; AIM also prepares analytical reports and publications. SEE ALSO: Statistics and facts (about UCLA).
 

Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM).

General note

John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM) named March 20, 1987. Formerly: College of Business Administration (established 1935); 1950 renamed School of Business Administration; 1955 renamed Graduate School of Business Administration; 1971 renamed Graduate School of Management (GSM).
SEE ALSO: Business Administration, College of; Management, Graduate School of (GSM)
 

Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM).

General note

see also: Management, Graduate School of (GSM).
 

Anesthesiology, Department of.

 

Animal Care Facility (Medical Center).

 

Animal Research Committee.

 

Animal Welfare Association.

 

Anniversary Day.

General note

Annual anniversary of UCLA's founding as a campus of the University of California (1919 May 23).
 

Anniversary. 25th (1919-1944) 1944

General note

25th anniversary as a campus of the University of California.
 

Anniversary. 30th (1919-1949) 1949

General note

30th anniversary as a campus of the University of California.
 

Anniversary. 50th (1919-1969) 1969

General note

Golden Year of UCLA, 50th anniversary as a campus of the University of California.
 

Anniversary. 50th (1929-1979) 1979

General note

50th anniversary of UCLA at the Westwood campus.
 

Anniversary. 55th (1919-1974) 1974

General note

55th anniversary as a campus of the University of California.
 

Anniversary. 75th (1919-1994) 1994

General note

75th anniversary as a campus of the University of California.
 

Annual Financial Report [UCLA].

General note

SEE ALSO: Annual Report [UCLA].
 

Annual Report [UCLA].

General note

SEE ALSO: Annual Financial Report [UCLA].
 

Anthropology and Sociology Department, 1940-1964.

 

Anthropology Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Anthropology Department statement on Carlos Castaneda (UCLA 19--, Ph.D. 1973).
 

Applied Arts, College of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes photocopy of article: 'Art rides high at a great university,' Life Magazine (1957 May 20); article includes images of: Vern O. Knudsen, Life Drawing class, Theater Arts Department performance, students majoring in television, dance performances.
 

Appointments and Promotions (Faculty).

 

Architectural Studies.

 

Architecture and Urban Planning, School of

General note

School of Architecture and Urban Planning dissolved as of 1994 June 30. Architecture relocated to the College of Fine Arts; Urban Planning relocated to the School of Public Policy.
 

Architecture of UCLA campuses.

Scope and Contents note

Architectural aspects of buildings located at: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS); University of California Southern Branch (SBUC); and UCLA Westwood campus.

General note

Includes: William Wallace [UCLA student] "The Architecture and Physical Development of UCLA" (1965 May).
SEE ALSO: Allison and Allison; Buildings and Grounds.
 

Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center.

General note

SEE ALSO: Art Gallery; Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA; Museums [at UCLA]; Wight (Frederic S.) Art Gallery.
 

Armchair Adventure Series.

 

Armchair Adventures.

 

Armenian Studies.

General note

SEE ALSO: Near Eastern Center...
 

Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) 1943-1944.

 

Arrowhead Conference Center (UCLA). see: Lake Arrowhead Conference Center.

 

Art Collections (UCLA).

 

Art Council.

 

Art Gallery.

Scope and Contents note

Includes September 1971 report by College of Fine Arts Dean Charles Speroni, "Goals and Functions of the UCLA Art Galleries."

General note

SEE ALSO: Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center; Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA; Museums [at UCLA]; Wight (Frederic S.) Art Gallery.
 

Art Library. SEE: Library. Art Library.

 

Art, Department of.

 

Arthur Wesley Dow Association. see also: Art, Department of.

 

Arts and Architecture, School of the.

 

Arts, School of the.

 

Arts, School of, Dean Bernard Kester.

 

Arts, School of, Dean Speroni at First Dean's Council Event March 27, 1974.

 

Arts, School of, E. Nakamichi Baroque Music Festival 1986.

 

Arts, School of, Fred Weisman Donates Sculpture 1985.

 

Arts, School of, James Cuno named Grunwald Director 1985.

 

Arts, School of, Mexican Arts Series - Abraham Chavez. 1987.

 

Arts, School of, Robert Small Performance.

 

Arts, School of, UCLA Night at the Horn 1981.

 

Arts, School of. An Evening of the Courtly Arts 1986.

 

Arts, School of. Bugaku ("Dance") Performed by UCLA Gagaku Ensemble led by Suenobu Togi ("Drum").

 

Arts, School of. Fall Marching Band Camp 1986.

 

Arts, School of. L.A. Philharmonic 1988.

 

Arts, School of. Mexican Art Series April 1983.

 

Arts, School of. Nakamichi Baroque Music Festival June 27, 1986.

 

Arts, School of. National Symphony of Mexico 1988.

 

Arts, School of. Noche Mexicana 1988.

 

Arts, School of. Noche Mexicana 1988.

 

Arts, School of. Steve Mayer - visiting lecturer in piano.

 

Arts, School of. Suzuki Concert, 1985.

 

Arts, School of. UCLA Near East Ensemble with Dancer Sharifa Zuhar.

 

Arts, School of. Wise, Robert, The UCLA Medal Recipient 1988.

 

ArtsBridge.

General note

ArtsBridge Mission statement: "ArtsBridge supports participation, access, and excellence in the arts by strengthening the K-20 [kindergarten to graduate school] pipeline in arts education for under-resourced schools and communities." ArtsBridge is a program within the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
 

Artsreach (UCLA Extension).

General note

Artsreach was founded in 1978 by UCLA Extension as a community service organization in the arts. Artsreach administered a number of programs including Arts in Corrections and Arts in the Youth Athority.
 

Asia Institute.

 

Asian American Studies Center.

Scope and Contents note

Includes propasal for M.A. degree in Asian American Studies (May 1974 revised).

General note

Founded in 1969.
 

Asian-American Christian Fellowship.

 

Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: examples of ASUCLA student membership cards; Campus Food Service Plan (1973 November consultant's report); ASUCLA catering menu (2004).
 

Associated Women Students (AWS).

 

Associates of Ethnic Arts at UCLA.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Music and Dance on the Grass (handouts).
 

Association of Academic Women (AAW).

 

Association of Chinese Americans (ACA).

General note

Student group affiliated with Associated Students of UCLA (ASULCA) Office of Student Programming.
 

Association of Colleges and University of the Pacific Southwest.

 

Astronomy Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes selected annual reports.

General note

Astronomy Department renamed Physics and Astronomy Department. SEE ALSO: Physics and Astronomy Department.
 

ASUCLA. SEE: Associated Students of UCLA.

 

Athletic Hall of Fame.

General note

UCLA's Athletic Hall of Fame is located in the J.D. Morgan Intercollegiate Athletics Center. The Athletic Hall of Fame was dedicated June 10, 1984. In July 2001 it was re-opened after a renovation.
 

Athletics (UCLA). SEE: Cultural and Recreational Affairs; SEE: Intercollegiate Athletics; SEE: Intramural sports; SEE by name of sport [baseball, basketball, football, golf, etc.].

 

Atlantic Richfield Foundation.

 

Atomic Energy Project.

General note

Atomic Energy Project (1948-1958) initiated by Stafford L. Warren, Dean of the UCLA School of Medicine. In 1958, Project renamed Laboratory of Nuclear Medicine and Radiology.
 

Augustinian Reprint Society.

 

Aviation.

 

Bacteriology Department.

 

Badminton.

 

Band (UCLA).

General note

Other names for the Band: Bruin Marching Band; The Great Bruin Band; The Greater Bruin Band; UCLA Band; UCLA Bruin Marching Band; UCLA Marching Band; Varsity Band. Winner of the 1993 Sudler Trophy, an annual award to recognize college marching bands of special merit.
 

Banos Bridge (between Kinsey and Knudsen).

 

Baseball (men).

 

Basketball - Men.

 

Basketball - Women.

 

Berkeley, 1868-1920.

 

Berlin, Los Angeles Sister City Bicentennial Celebration 1980-1981.

 

Beta Theta Pi [UCLA Fraternity]. Gamma Nu chapter.

General note

Established at UCLA in 1926.
 

Bio-biblioraphy. see also: Biographical Files (Reference Collection) for individual Bio-Bibliographies.

 

Biological Chemistry Department (UCLA School of Medicine).

General note

SEE ALSO: Chemistry and Biochemistry Department.
 

Biology Department.

 

Biomedical Library.

General note

see: Library. Biomedical Library [Louise Darling Biomedical Library].
 

Biomedical Study and Research at UCLA.

 

Black C.A.R.E.: Keeping Young Men Healthy Project.

 

Black Faculty and Staff Association. SEE: Black Staff and Faculty Association (BSFA).

 

Black Panther Party.

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on the January 17, 1969 killing of UCLA students Alprentice "Bunchy" Carter and John Huggins. The killings occurred at UCLA's Campbell Hall. At the time, Cater and Huggins were members of the Black Panther Party.
 

Black Staff and Faculty Association (BSFA).

General note

Also called: Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA). SEE ALSO: African Americans at UCLA; Negro History Week; University Negro Club.
 

Black Student Union (BSU).

 

Blood Drives (UCLA campus community).

 

Blue Shield (Order of the Blue Shield).

General note

SEE ALSO: Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA.
 

Boelter Hall.

General note

Building completed 1959 (Stanton & Stockwell, architect) and called the Engineering Building (units 2 and 3). Named in 1965 after Llewellyn Michael Kraus Boelter (b.1898-d.1966), UCLA's first Dean of Engineering.
 

Bollens, John C. Lecture Series. Department of Political Science.

 

Botanical and Plant Sciences.

 

Botanical Garden. SEE: Gardens.

General note

The Botanical Garden was established in 1929/1930; renamed the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden in 1979. Professor Mathias was director of the Botanical Garden from 1956-1974. SEE ALSO: Murphy (Franklin D.) Sculpture Garden.
 

Botanical Sciences Department.

 

Brain Information Service (BIS).

General note

Brain Information Service administered by the Brain Research Institute (BRI).
 

Burkle Center for International Relations.

 

Brain Research Institute (BRI). see also: Neuroscience History Archives.

 

Bridge (campus).

 

Broad (Eli and Edythe) Art Center.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Sixteen Tons," 2006 (inaugural exhibition catalog of the Broad Art Center).

General note

Building opened in 1965 as the Dickson Art Center, named after Regent Edward Augustus Dickson; William Pereira & Associates, architect. Building later renovated, reopened in 2006, and renamed the Broad Art Center.
 

Brochures (general).

 

Bruin Belles.

General note

Bruin Belles [women]: official UCLA hostess organization.
 

Bruin Bench.

 

Bruin Club.

General note

Also known as the Los Angeles Bruin Club.
 

Bruin Pioneers. Newsletter: "The Bruin Pioneer". 1980 autumn - 1983 autumn

General Physical Description note: issues: 1 - 10
 

Bruin Pioneers. Newsletter: "The Bruin Pioneer". 1983 winter - 1987 winter.

General Physical Description note: issues: 11 - 20
 

Bruin Pioneers. Newsletter: "The Bruin Pioneer". 1987 spring - 1991 winter

General Physical Description note: issues: 21 - 32
 

Bruin SCOPE (Summer Community Organization and Political Education).

General note

SCOPE was organized [c.1965] nationwide by Dr. Martin Luther King "to aid in voter registration, community organization, and civic education among Negroes."
 

Bruin Songs. see: Songs; Song Books.

 

Bruin Swim Club.

 

Bruin Walk/"The Bruin" [sculpture on Bruin Walk].

General note

"The Bruin" sculpture on Bruin Walk was unveiled in October 1984 during the 50th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the UCLA Alumni Association. "The Bruin" was designed by artist William "Billy" Fitzgerald and is a gift to the campus from the Alumni Association.
 

Bruin Woods.

General note

Bruin Woods is the UCLA Alumni Asscociation's Summer family resort located at Lake Arrowhead, California. See also: Lake Arrowhead Conference Center.
 

Budgets. 1940-

Scope and Contents note

Includes press releases, newspaper clippings, announcements.
 

Buildings and Grounds. 1926-

Scope and Contents note

General information about Westwood campus.

General note

See also: Campus (Westwood). Construction; see also under name of building.
 

Buildings and Grounds. Inscriptions. see under name of building.

 

Buildings and Grounds. Naming of buidlings, etc.

Scope and Contents note

Information on naming UCLA buildings at Westwood campus.
 

Bunche (Ralph J.) Center for African American Studies at UCLA.

General note

Formerly known as Center for African American Studies (CAAS). SEE ALSO: Center for African American Studies (CAAS).
 

Bunche (Ralph J.) Hall.

General note

Construction completed in 1964; Maynard Lyndon, architect. Dedicated 1969 May 23 to Ralph Johnson Bunche (UCLA 1927). Formerly known as the Social Sciences Building.
 

Bureau of Buisness and Economic Research.

 

Bureau of Governmental Research.

 

Business Administration and Economics Building.

General note

Construction of building completed in 1948; architect: John C. Austin. Orginally housed: College of Business Administration, Dept. of Economics, Institute of Industrial Relations, and the Bureau of Business and Economic Research. Renamed Social Welfare Building (c.1965); renamed Dodd Hall (c.1975).
 

Business Administration, College of.

General note

Established in 1935 by University of California Regents as the College of Commerce; renamed College of Business Administration prior to opening in Fall 1936 (listed as College of Business Administration in 1936-1937 'General Catalog'); Howard S. Noble appointed first dean. SEE ALSO: Management, Graduate School of (GSM); Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM).
 

Business Administration, Graduate School of.

General note

SEE ALSO: Management, Graduate School of.
 

Business Administration, Department of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: minutes of department, 1948-1954 (3 vols.)
 

Business Cycles, Class in - "the Condition of Business". 1933

General Physical Description note: Vol. 2, Numbers 1 and 2
 

Business Enterprises Administration.

 

Byrne Report.

 

California Center for the Book.

 

California Club.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: song book (Fall 1963); newsletter (1943 March, June, August, October).
 

California Daily Bruin (Banquet Edition).

Scope and Contents note

Student humor newspaper.

General note

SEE ALSO: April Fools newspapers (oversized); Hell's Bells; Scop [ASUCLA humor magazine].
 

California Institute for Cancer Research [at UCLA Medical Center].

 

California Public Records Act.

Scope and Contents note

Includes announcement of annual payroll disclosure, UC faculty and staff.
 

California Rare Book School (CALRBS).

General note

Founded in 2005 as "a continuing education program...for professionals working in all aspects of the rare book community and for students interested in this field." CALRBS is a project of the UCLA Department of Information Studies.
 

California State Auditor.

 

California State Normal School. see: LASNS.

 

California, History of - "California History Nugget". 1938 Dec.

 

California-Men.

 

Cal-Men.

General note

Cal-Men was founded as a service organization at UCLA in 1937 to promote "a spirit of friendliness and to intensify interest in school activities."
 

Campaigns [fund raising].

General note

SEE ALSO: Endowments; Gifts to UCLA; UCLA Foundation.
 

Campbell (Robert B.) Student Book Collecting Competition.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: announcements, lists of winners, lists of judges. SEE ALSO: Campbell Student Book Collecting Competition. Administrative files. (University Archives Record Series 382)
 

Campbell Hall.

General note

Building named in 1968 after UCLA Professor Lily Bess Campbell; formerly called the Public Health Building.
 

Campus (Westwood) buildings. SEE: Buildings and Grounds.

General note

See also under name of building.
 

Campus (Westwood). Construction of. 1926-1930

General note

Includes: "The Architect and Engineer" (1930 Oct.), "Shapes of Clay" (1930 Sep.)
 

Campus (Westwood). Dedication. see: Dedication of Westwood Campus.

 

Campus (Westwood). Site selection. 1923-1926

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Statement Regarding the Selection and Acquisition of a Site..." (1924 December 2); invitation to witness transfer of lands (1926 February 16)

General note

SEE ALSO: Propositions and Bond Issues.
 

Campus Activities and Service Office.

 

Campus Architects and Engineers.

General note

Architects and Engineering Division, 1946-1968 (Carl C. McElvy, UCLA Architect, c.1946-1963); renamed Campus Architects and Engineers, 1969-1975; renamed Architects and Engineers/Project Management reporting to Facilities, c.1976-1985; renamed Campus Architects and Engineers/Project Management reporting to Capital Programs, 1986-1989; renamed Design and Construction reporting to Capital Programs, 1991- . SEE ALSO: Capital Programs.
 

Campus Crusade for Christ. 1951-

General note

National campus Christian movement founded at UCLA in 1951 by Bill (William R.) Bright. SEE ALSO: Bright, William R. (Record Series 745. Biographical Files, Reference Collection)
 

Campus Facilities Coordinating Committee (CFCC).

 

Campus Human Resources.

General note

Formerly: Staff Personnel Department. See also: Employee Benefits; Personnel; Staff Personnel Department.
 

Campus Open House. 1976 May

 

Campus Programs and Activities Office.

General note

Later renamed Center for Student Programming (Student Affairs).
 

Campus Service Center (Los Angeles, Calif.)

 

Campus Strike (1970 May). SEE: Strike.

 

Campus Tour. see also: Maps of campus (Westwood); Orientation.

 

Capital Programs.

General note

Established in 1986. SEE ALSO: Campus Architects and Engineers.
 

Card stunts.

General note

SEE ALSO: Mascot; Song Girls; Spirit Squad.
 

Cardinal and Blue Classic (Alumni Football All-Stars).

 

Cardiology, Department of.

 

Carillon.

General note

Original carillon donated in 1939; 1952 carillon re-located to Schoenberg Hall; c.1999 digital bell-control system installed in Schoenberg Hall that activates chimes located in the Powell Library building bell tower. Also known as Campus Chimes.
 

Cellular Biochemistry. see: Biochemistry.

 

Centennial Anniversary. (1868-1968) 1968

General note

Cenntennial anniversary of the founding of the University of California. For UCLA anniversary celebrations, see: Anniversary.
 

Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies.

 

Center for African American Studies (CAAS).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: CAAS annual reports; anniversary reports.

General note

Center for African American Studies founded in 1969; also known as the Center for Afro-American Studies. Later renamed Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA. SEE ALSO: Bunche (Ralph J.) Center for African American Studies at UCLA.
 

Center for Clean Technology (School of Engineering and Applied Science).

 

Center for Community Partnerships.

General note

Center for Community Partnerships was established in 2002 September by UCLA Chancellor Albert Carnesale to provide "people, ideas and resources...to address issues of common interest to the University and the surrounding region." [UCLA Center for Community Partnerships brochure, c.2003]
 

Center for East-West Medicine.

 

Center for Intercultural Performance (World Arts and Cultures Deptartment).

 

Center for Labor Research and Education.

 

Center for Oral History Research.

General note

Established October 2005; formerly called Oral History Program. SEE ALSO: Oral History Program (UCLA).
 

Center for Pacific Rim Studies.

 

Center for Russian and East European Studies.

General note

Established in 1957.
 

Center for Student Programming (Student Affairs).

 

Center for Student Programming (Student Affairs).

General note

SEE ALSO: Campus Programs and Activities Office.
 

Center for the Book.

 

Center for the Health Sciences (CHS).

General note

SEE ALSO: Medical Center; Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
 

Center for the Performing Arts.

General note

In 1936 the UCLA Center for the Performing Arts was established and began its first year of public programming in 1937 with performances by Marian Anderson, John Charles Thomas, the Budapest String Quartet, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. SEE ALSO: Committee on Fine Arts.
 

Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence.

General note

SEE ALSO: Project on Life-Threatening Behavior.
 

Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology.

General note

Also known as: Center for Folklore and Mythology, Center for the Study of Folklore and Mythology, Folklore & Mythology Center. SEE ALSO: John Edwards Memorial Foundation at the Folklore and Mythology Center.
 

Center for the Study of Evaluation.

 

Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life.

 

Center for the Study of Women.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Dark Madonna project announcements (1985-1986).

General note

The Center for the Study of Women was established in 1984 by the University of California Regents. The Center has a research focus on women, gender, and sexuality. SEE ALSO: Women's Studies Program.
 

Center on Aging.

 

Center on Everyday Lives of Families (CELF).

 

Center Theatre Group of Los Angeles. SEE: Theatre Group (UCLA University Extension).

 

Center X.

General note

Center X was established in 1995 by the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies (GSE&IS) in response to the 1993 report "Education in Troubled Times: a Call to Action" by the University of California Advisory Committee on Professional Education. Center X offers several professional development programs, including the Teacher Education Program (TEP), and programs for practicing professional educators.
 

Central Administrative Information Services.

 

Centrex System.

 

Centro de Adiestramiarto [CETREDE].

 

Cesar E. Chavez Center for Interdisciplinary Instruction in Chicana and Chicano Studies. see also: Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC).

General note

Also known as Chicana/o Studies Department.
 

Chabad.

General note

SEE ALSO: Hillel.
 

Chancellor (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: rosters of UCLA administrative and academic officers; "From the Chancellor's Desk" (newsletter, 1959-1969); "Violence at UCLA," Chancellor's Commission on Events of May 5, 1970 (commission report); report on the reogranization of the Office of the Chancellor (1970 July).

General note

SEE ALSO: Biographical Files (Reference Collection) under NAME of chancellor.
 

Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (CACSW).

 

Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (CACSW).

 

Chancellor's Associates.

 

Chancellor's Residence. see: University Residence.

 

Charity Fund Drives.

Scope and Contents note

Includes United Way campaign brochures.
 

Charles Drew Postgraduate Medical School.

General note

Charles Drew Postgraduate Medical School was later renamed Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science.
 

Charter Day.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Charter Day programs and speeches by: President Robert Gordon Sproul (1938), Provost Clarence A. Dykstra (1945?), U.S. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey (1965), and H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1966).
 

Chavez, Cesar E. Spirit Award.

 

Cheerleaders. see: Spirit Squad.

 

Chemical Engineering.

 

Chemistry Department.

General note

UCLA Chemistry Department renamed Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. SEE ALSO: Chemistry and Biochemistry Department.
 

Chemistry-Geology Building (Westwood campus).

General note

Chemistry building later renamed Young hall.
 

Chi Alpha Delta (UCLA Sorority).

Scope and Contents note

Includes the following research papers: 'Chi Archive Day' by Rebecca Wong (1997 June 7); 'The Chi Alpha Delta Archive Day' by Waisze Lam (1997 June 7); 'Chi Alpha Delta Cabinets, 1978-1997' by Christina Seki (1997 March); 'Chi Alpha Delta Oral History' interviewed by Elma Bulalacao and Isabelle Wong (1996 Dec 13); 'Our Sorority, Our History' by Kimberly Manlutac and Isabelle Wong (1997 Spring Qtr.); 'Chi Alpha Delta; the first Asian-American Sorority in the Nation' by Pamela Cheng and Alice Hu (2003 Fall Qtr.)
Also includes minutes of active member meetings from 1933 Sept. to 1937 March; 1960 July to 1961 May. Minutes cover the following topics: dances, parties (Christmas, theater, slumber), banquets (Charter Day), socials (with alumnae, University of Southern California Japanese Trojan Club, Japanese Bruin Club), teas, sorority elections, social event calendars, rushes, initiation of pledges, the Japanese Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. dormitories, games and athletics (cards, basketball, roller skating), membership, roll call, sorority song lyrics, financial reports, UCLA-California (Berkeley) football games, Mardi Gras, sembei sale, International Institute, Nisei Week, and sorority policies.

General note

Chi Alpha Delta was organized at UCLA in May 1928 and officially recognized on April 5, 1929. At its founding, the purpose of the sorority was to promote friendships, cooperation, and social activities among Japanese women students at UCLA. The sorority is now open to all women students.
 

Chi Delta Phi Sorority. Alpha Delta Chapter.

Scope and Contents note

Includes "miscellany, 1932-1933," typed bound manuscript of poetry and thoughts written by members of Chi Delta Phi.
 

Chi Omega [UCLA sorority].

General note

Phi Sigma Sigma was the first national sorority at UCLA (1921), followed by Chi Omega (1923) and Alpha Epsilon Phi (1923).
 

Chicana and Chicano Studies at UCLA, Department of.

General note

Department created in 2005. See also Cesar E. Chavez Center for Interdisciplinary Instruction in Chicana & Chicano Studies; Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC).
 

Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC).

General note

see also: Cesar E. Chavez Center for Interdisciplinary Instruction in Chicana and Chicano Studies; Library. Chicano Library Program. Former names of center include: Mexican American Cultural Center, Chicano Cultural Center, and Chicano Studies Center.
 

Chicano/a Studies Research Center.

 

Child Care Services.

 

Chile, University of. Report on Visit Svenso, Elwin V. 1975 Nov

 

Chiller-Cogeneration Plant. 1988 May 26

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "UCLA South Campus Chiller Plant with Cogeneration; Developers Site Conference," 1988 May 26. (certified copy transcript of proceedings)

General note

Chiller-Congeneration plant also known as Facilities Management building.
 

Chimes. see: Carillon.

 

Choirs.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: A Cappella Choir.
 

Citizens University Council of Organizations. 1932 Jun

 

Civil Engineering Department (School of Engineering and Applied Science).

 

Civil Unrest. see also: Watts Riots; Disaster Response/ Planning.

 

Clark Library (clippings).

 

Clark Library [William Andrews Clark Memorial Library].

 

Clark Library [William Andrews Clark Memorial Library].

 

Clark Library [William Andrews Clark Memorial Library] Montana Papers, Calendar of. 1942

 

Class of 1913 (LASNS).

 

Class of 1924.

 

Class of 1930.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Gjertrud Hjorth Smith's (UCLA 1930) recollections of student life: at the Vermont Ave. campus, the move to the Westwood campus, the UCLA Bond election, and the 1930 graduation ceremony at the Hollywood Bowl. (copy of typed letter, 3 pgs., dated 1966 November 17)
 

Class of 1933.

General note

SEE ALSO: Univ. Archives Biographical File for Depression-era memoir by Sylvia Krupin Fenberg (UCLA 1933).
 

Class of 1937.

 

Class of 1939.

 

Class of 1940.

 

Class of 1941.

 

Class of 1949.

 

Class of 1950.

Scope and Contents note

Includes compact disc (cd) of image scans from Univ. Archives materials in celebration of the 50th class reunion (2000).
 

Class of 1964.

 

Class of 1966.

 

Class of 2001.

 

Classics Department.

 

Clinical School (Department of Psychology).

General note

Founded in 1921 by Grace M. Fernald as a center for the diagnosis and treatment of serious educational disabilities; located in Franz Hall (1956).
 

Clothesline Project

 

Clubs (student) - miscellaneous.

 

Code of Ethics (University Faculty).

 

Codex Hammer.

 

College Honors program (Division of Honors).

 

College Library Instructional Computing Commons/CLiCC.

General note

Established in 1995; opened in the Powell Library, 1996.
 

College Library. SEE: Library. College Library.

General note

SEE ALSO: Powell Library; Towell Library.
 

College of Commerce [UCLA].

General note

See: Business Administration, College of.
 

College of Engineering "News Bulletin". 1962 - 1964

 

College of Letters and Science.

 

Colloquium [The Colloquium].

General note

The Colloquium organizes person to person discussion among students and faculty.
 

Commemorative Events.

 

Commencement Addresses. see: Commencement Programs.

 

Committee for the University in the Future (CUF).

Scope and Contents note

correspondence and clippings, 1969-1971.

General note

Founded in 1970 by UCLA faculty devoted to "moderation in university life." One area of concern was UCLA campus reaction to the Angela Davis controversy. David A. Wilson (Professor, Political Science) served as chairman of the CUF Steering Committee.
 

Committee on Fine Arts. 1955-

Scope and Contents note

Programs for events sponsored by the Committee on Fine Arts; organized chronologically. Includes dance concert programs.

General note

Also known as Committee on Fine Arts Productions. SEE ALSO: Center for the Performing Arts; Design for Sharing.
 

Common Cause.

 

Communication Archives.

 

Communism (UCLA campus).

Scope and Contents note

Includes photocopied information on the October 29, 1934 one-year suspensions of five UCLA students: John Burnside, Thomas Lambert, Mendel Lieberman, Celeste Strack, and Sidney Zsagri.

General note

SEE ALSO: Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA); Strike; Student Activism; Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Also: Student Activism (Record Series 259).
 

Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA). 1968-1969

General note

Also called: Community for Awareness and Social Education (CASE). SEE ALSO: Communism; Strike; Student Activism; Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Also: Student Activism (Record Series 259).
 

Community Safety. SEE: Police (UCLA Police, UCPD).

 

Community Service. SEE: Police (UCLA Police, UCPD).

 

Commuter Services and Information (CSI). SEE: Parking and Transportation Services.

General note

A unit within UCLA Transportation Services.
 

Computer Science.

 

Computers (at UCLA).

General note

SEE ALSO: Academic Computing, Office of (OAC); Western Data Processing Center; Health Sciences Computer Facility.
 

Computing Network, Campus (UCLA) Newsletter.

 

Conduct Code (faculty).

 

Conflicts in Los Angeles, Ad Hoc Group on the.

General note

Ad Hoc Group on the Conflicts in Los Angeles was formed in May 1992 "to discuss the short- and long-range responses by UCLA to the tragic events that began with the jury verdict in the Rodney King beating." (1992 May 7 minutes)
 

Confucius Institute (UCLA).

 

Contract and Grant Administration, Office of.

 

Convocation. SEE: Academic convocation.

 

Cooperative Housing Association.

 

Copyright.

General note

SEE ALSO: Library. Copyright policy.
 

Corinne A. Seeds University Elementary School. Institute on Primary Resources.

 

Corporate Financial Services.

 

Cotsen Institute of Archaeology.

General note

See also: Institute of Archaeology.
 

Counceling Center, Staff and Faculty.

 

Council of Social Science.

 

Crew Team - Women's. see also: Rowing - Women's.

 

Crew Team. see also: Rowing.

 

Cricket Team. See: University Cricket Club.

 

Cross Country - Women.

 

Cultural and Recreational Affairs, Department of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Final Report Chancellor's Special Administrative Committee on Recreation Planning (1958 November).

General note

Oversees intramurals, special interest student clubs, aquatics, and cultural and student programs. Formerly: University Recreation Association.

SEE ALSO: Intercollegiate Athletics; Intramural Sports; University Recreation Association (URA).
 

Cultural Events (UCLA).

 

Cyclotron.

General note

c.1947 a cyclotron was transferred from the University of California Berkeley to UCLA and became operational on June 8, 1948; in 1960 a spiral ridge cyclotron, constructed by the UCLA physics workshop and funded by the U.S. Office of Naval Research and the University of California, replaced the [former] UC Berkeley cyclotron; in 1969 a Biomedical cyclotron was constructed.
 

Daily Bruin. [UCLA student newspaper]

General note

Formerly known as: Cub Californian (1919-1924); California Grizzly (1924 Mar-1926). Daily Bruin: 1926 Oct-
 

Dance Department.

General note

In 1995 the Dance Department merged with the World Arts and Cultures Interdepartmental Program to form the World Arts and Cultures Department. SEE ALSO: Physical Education for Women Department; World Arts and Cultures Department.
 

dasf

 

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) - Eucalyptus Trees "President's Row". see: Trees on Grounds.

 

Dean of Men (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Statistical Study of the Relationship Between Extra Curricula Activities and Scholarship" (1927 February), an analysis of student grades, probation, and dismissals involving UCLA's male students.
 

Deans.

 

Debates (Los Angeles).

 

Dedication of Westwood campus. 1930 March 27-28.

General note

Dedication of the Westwood campus occurred after campus opened for classes in September 1929. SEE ALSO: Founder's Day (1926 October 25).
 

Dedication of Westwood Campus. Delegates. 1930 March 27, 28.

 

Deeds.

 

Defense Science Seminar. 1964, 1965, 1966.

General note

Seminar sponsored by: UCLA Chemistry Department (1964-1966), Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the U.S. Department of Defense (1964-1965), and U.S. Department of the Navy (1966). See also: McMillan, William G. in the Biography Files (Reference Collection).
 

Delta Delta Delta [UCLA Sorority].

 

Delta Phi Epsilon [UCLA Sorority].

 

Delta Sigma Phi [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1927.
 

Delta Sigma Theta [UCLA Sorority].

 

Delta Zeta [UCLA Sorority].

 

Dentistry, School of.

 

Dermatology, Division of [UCLA School of Medicine].

 

Design for Sharing.

General note

SEE ALSO: Committee on Fine Arts.
 

Dickson Art Center.

General note

Two buildings held the name Dickson Art Center in honor of UC Regent Edward Augustus Dickson: former name of Perloff Hall from 1957-1965; former name of Broad Art Center from 1965-2006.
 

Dickson Court.

General note

Dickson Court dedicated in 2001 October 25 and named after Edward Augustus Dickson, University of California Regent; bounded by Perloff Hall (on the North), Schoenberg Hall (on the South), central quad flagpole (on the West), and Founders' Rock (on the East). See also: Dickson Plaza.
 

Dickson Plaza.

General note

Named after Edward Augustus Dickson, University of California Regent. See also: Dickson Court.
 

Disabilities [persons with].

General note

See also: Affirmative Action.
 

Disadvantaged students [program].

General note

SEE ALSO: Academic Advancement Program (AAP); Affirmative Action; Diversity; High Potential Program; Student Affirmative Action (SAA).
 

Disaster Preparedness Plan (Los Angeles).

 

Disaster Response Planning (UCLA campus). see also: civil unrest; Watts Riots; earthquake.

 

Discussion Group. 1943-1961

General Physical Description note: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

correspondence (1947-1961), financial accounts, meeting notes (1943 March to 1961 January), and membership lists.

General note

The Discussion Group was founded in 1943 by UCLA faculty. The Group's objective: to discuss scholarly or research subjects; membership was limited to 25.
 

Distinguished Speaker's Program.

 

Distinguished Teaching Award. see: Alumni Awards.

 

Diversity.

Scope and Contents note

Gender and ethnic diversity at UCLA. Includes: Ethnic Diversity Task Force (Chancellor's Strategic Planning Committee) minutes, memos, reports (1987-1989).

General note

SEE ALSO: Academic Advancement Program (AAP); Affirmative Action; Disadvantaged students [program]; Ethnic Survey; High Potential Program; Student Affirmative Action (SAA).
 

Dow, Arthur Wesley Association. see: Arthur Wesley Dow Association.

 

Dutch Studies.

General note

Program focusing on the Netherlands and its global context.
 

Dykstra Hall.

General note

First west campus dormitory; constructed in 1959; Welton Beckett & Associates, architect. Named after former UCLA Provost Clarence Addison Dykstra.
 

Earth Action Council (UCLA).

 

Earthquake and emergency information.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: information about earthquakes experienced by the UCLA campus; safety during on campus emergencies (local or regional).
 

Economic impact report.

Scope and Contents note

Includes January 1990 UCLA economic impact report by KPMG Peat Marwick.
 

Economics, Department of.

 

Education and Information Studies, Graduate School of (GSE&IS).

 

Education, Department of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "The Exceptional Child" (1951 UCLA Summer Session student course work under the direction of Prof. Al Trudyman).
 

Education, Graduate School of.

 

Education, Graduate School of. Development and Alumni Affairs.

 

Education. Conferences and lectures held at UCLA. 1921-1940

General note

Inlcudes programs sponsored by: Better Rural Schools Conference, California Association for Adult Education, California High School Teachers Association, California Industrial Education Association, California State Department of Education, Southern California Junior College Association,
 

Educational Career Services.

General note

SEE ALSO: Placement and Career Planning Center.
 

Educational Policy and Program (UCLA). SEE: Long Range Plans (UCLA).

General note

SEE ALSO: Master Plan for Higher Education in California.
 

Election Material. 1993

 

Electrical Engineering Department.

 

Emeriti Associations, UC.

 

Emeriti Center/Emeriti Association.

 

Employee Benefits.

Scope and Contents note

Includes brochures describing: group health plans, life insurance, medical insurance.
 

Employment (student).

 

Endowments.

General note

SEE ALSO: Campaigns [fund raising]; Gifts to UCLA; UCLA Foundation.
 

Engineering and Applied Science, School of (SEAS).

General note

Renamed Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science in 2000.
 

Engineering, College of.

 

Engineering, Department of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes completed questionnaires from 1952 Engineering alumni survey.
 

Engineering, Science, and Management War Training (ESMWT). 1942-1944

General note

SEE ALSO: Navy V-12 Program; World War II (1939-1945).
 

English as a second language.

General note

UCLA certificate program in Teaching English as a Second Language.
 

English Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: UCLA Department of English Style Sheet; First National Conference on the Ecnomic and Creative Problems of the Writer presented by the Authors' League of America, Inc. and the UCLA Department of English (1941 May); announcements of marathon readings; poems written by students taking Native American Literary Studies (English 106) in 1992.
 

Entomological Club of Southern California.

 

Enviroment, Health and Safety, Office of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 'Campus Guide for the Handicapped' (1975 August); 'Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards' (U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2007 November).
 

Enviromental Studies.

 

Ernest Dawson Library Contest.

 

Erskine (Albert Russel) Bureau for Street Traffic Research.

General note

Albert Russel Erskine Bureau for Traffic Research was established in October 1925 to collect scientific information on the character of street traffic. At the time, Erkskine was President of the Studebaker [automobile] Corporation.
 

Escort Service.

 

Essay Contests.

 

Ethnic Arts: Interdisciplinary Studies.

 

Ethnic Studies.

General note

SEE ALSO: Center for African American Studies (CAAS); American Indian Studies Center; Chicano/a Studies Center; Asian American Studies Center.
 

Ethnic Survey. 1981-

Scope and Contents note

Statistics on UCLA student enrollment indicating ethnicity, sex, and level (undergraduate/gradute); statistics for the University of California Berkeley campus included.

General note

SEE ALSO: Academic Advancement Program (AAP); Affirmative Action; Disadvantaged students [program]; Diversity; High Potential Program; Student Affirmative Action (SAA).
 

Ethnographic Film Program.

 

Ethnomusicology Department.

General note

Formerly known as the Institute of Ethnomusicology (1960-1974/75); became a specialization with the Music Department (1975/76-1989/90). As of 1990/91 academic year, became the Ethnomusicology and Systematic Musicology Department; renamed Ethnomusicology Department as of the 1997/99 UCLA course catalog.
 

Evaluation Study of the Western Humanities Center.

 

Evolution and the Origin of Life, Center for the Study of. SEE: Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life.

 

Exhibitions, Los Angeles.

 

Experiential Learning Consortium. [UC and UCLA]

 

Experimental College. 1975-1978

General Physical Description note: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

Includes course catalogs and schedules of classes.
 

Experimental Education Programs, Office of.

 

Facilities Management.

 

Faculty (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: New Faculty Profile; Survival guide for new UCLA faculty (1995 Summer).
 

Faculty Center (UCLA).

General note

Faculty Center constructed in 1959; Austin, Field & Fry, architects. Also known as: Faculty Club; Men's Faculty Club; University Faculty Club.
 

Faculty Center Association, Inc. SEE: Faculty Center.

 

Faculty Club.

General note

See: Faculty Center.
 

Faculty handbook (UCLA).

 

Faculty in Residence (Office of Residential Life).

General note

UCLA faculty who elect to live in apartments located within campus residence halls and at Sunset Village; the Faculty in Residence program is administered by the UCLA Office of Residential Life.
 

Faculty Research Lecture (series).

General note

First UCLA Faculty Research Lecture: Loye Miller. The Fossil Birds of California, 1925 May 20.
 

Faculty Senate. Library Committee (UCLA).

 

Faculty Women's Club (FWC).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 'Personal Reminiscences of the First Twenty-five Presidents of the [UCLA] Faculyt Women's Club, 1918-1946'; summaries of Faculty Women's Club General Meetings: 1935 Jan.-1999 May (speakers, presentations, etc.)
 

Falkirk House.

 

Fiction - UCLA as Subject.

Scope and Contents note

List of titles that mention UCLA.
 

Fight Songs. SEE: Songs, song books.

General note

SEE ALSO: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). Class songs.
 

Film and Television Archives.

General note

The UCLA Film and Television Archives was previously known as: UCLA Film, Television and Radio Archives; UCLA Film Archives. Originally a part of the Theater Arts Department, the Film and Television Archives became an independent unit within the College of Fine Arts c.1985.

SEE ALSO: Film Series.
 

Film and Television Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes list of UCLA alum who recieved "Student Academy Awards."

General note

SEE ALSO: Film Series; Motion Picture Division; Theater Arts Department; Theater, Film and Television, School of.
 

Film Series. 1949-

Scope and Contents note

Announcements for various UCLA film series sponsored by: Ackerman Films; Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA); Committee on Fine Arts Productions; Melnitz Movies; UC Extension; UCLA Film Archives.

General note

Organized chronologically by year.

SEE ALSO: Motion Picture Club.
 

Film, Television and Digital Media Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes 2011 Nov. announcement "L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema - Symposium."
 

Finances, Assistant Vice Chancellor.

 

Financial Aid.

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on: undergraduate scholarships and loans; application forms.
 

Fine Arts Production, Department of.

 

Fine Arts, College of.

 

First Aid Organization, campus (WWII).

 

Fisheries Program. see: Zoology - Fisheries Program.

 

Flagpole (Royce Quad).

 

Focused Research Unit in American Studies. SEE: American Studies, The Focused Research Unit in.

 

Folk Festival (UCLA).

 

Football (men).

 

Football. UCLA/USC game.

 

Foreign Student Office.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: listing of 1952-1956 UCLA students having Iraq as country of origin. [source: UCLA Commencement Programs, 1952-1956]

General note

Later renamed Office of International Students and Scholars(?) SEE ALSO: International Students and Scholars, Office of.
 

Foundation, The UCLA.

 

Founder's Day (1926 October 25).

General note

Originally scheduled for February 16, 1926 and postponed, Founder's Day was held on October 25, 1926 on the site of the future Westwood campus. Founder's Day events included the formal acceptance of the deed to the 387 acre Westwood site by California state Governor Richardson, in his capacity as president of the University of California Regents. SEE ALSO: Founder's Rock; Dedication of Westwood campus (1930 March 27-28).
 

Founder's Rock.

General note

Founder's Rock is a 75-ton boulder of solid granite which marked the general area where University of California Regent Edward A. Dickson stood in 1923 when he resolved that Westwood would be the site of the new campus of the University. The boulder was brought to Westwood from Perris Valley, California prior to Founder's Day ceremonies (1926 February 16) and the dedication of the Westwood campus site (October 25, 1926). (Source: The Centennial Record of the Univesity of California, 1967, pg. 370)
 

Fowler Museum of Cultural History.

General note

Formerly known as: Museum and Laboratories of Ethnic Arts; Museum of Cultural History.
 

Franz Hall.

General note

Building named after Shepherd Ivory Franz in 1951. Franz was the first Chairman of UCLA's Psychology Department and a member of the UCLA faculty from 1924-1933.
 

Fraternities (UCLA-general).

General note

SEE ALSO: Greek organizations; Interfraternity Council; Sororities (UCLA-general); name of fraternity.
 

Fratman.

 

French and Francophone Studies, Department of.

 

French, Department of.

 

Freshman Discussions. SEE: Orientation.

 

Freshmen.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 'The Frosh Bible' [also known as "Student Handbook']; the 'Freshman Record,' produced by the Bruin Life Yearbook.
 

Friends of Music (UCLA).

 

Friends of Soochow University (Taipei, Taiwan).

Scope and Contents note

Includes abstracts by Titus Wong of the Friends of Soochow Board minutes (1963-1988).

General note

The Friends of Soochow was established in 1963 by UCLA Public Health Prof. Edward Rada, UCLA Financial Officer Robert A. Rogers, and attorney Donald W. Odell as a nonprofit corporation in support of Soochow University (Taipei, Taiwan).
 

Friends of the Graphic Arts at UCLA.

General note

Established in 1974 to support the graphic arts at UCLA; first meeting held 1974 June 2.
 

Friends of the UCLA Library. see also: Library Associates.

Scope and Contents note

Library support organization.
 

Friends of the University of California, Southern Branch.

General note

Founded 1925(?); purpose: "to further appreciation of art among all students at the University..."
 

Gamma Phi Beta [UCLA Sorority].

General note

Gamma Phi Beta was the first UCLA sorority to purchase land and build a sorority house at the Westwood campus.
 

Gardens.

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on: Botanical Garden, Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, UCLA Japanese Garden, University Garden.
 

Geffen Playhouse (UCLA). Renovation and expansion study. 2003 Jun

 

Geographic Society of UCLA.

 

Geography, Department of.

 

Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Institute of. see: Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP).

 

German Club [Deutschen Klub].

 

German, Department of.

 

Getty Oil Company Cancer Research Laboratories (Jonsson Cancer Center.)

 

Gifts to UCLA.

Scope and Contents note

Includes UCLA Gift Processing Manual (1988 October).

General note

SEE ALSO: Campaigns [fund raising]; Endowments; UCLA Foundation.
 

Gladding, McBean and Company. see: campus (Westwood) - construction.

 

Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA.

General note

SEE ALSO: Blue Shield.
 

Golden Year of UCLA. see: Anniversary. 50th (1919-1969)

 

Golf - Women's.

 

Golf.

 

Governance (UCLA). 1985 Sep

 

Graduate Division (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 25th Anniversary of Doctorate Awards at UCLA (1964); Richard, Virginia. Origin and Development of Graduate Education at UCLA (1965); A Celebration of the Doctorate of Philosophy Degree at UCLA, 1938-1988 (1988).
 

Graduate School of Library and Information Science. see: Library and Information Science, Graduate School of.

 

Graduate School of Management. see: Management, Graduate School of (GSM)

 

Graduate Student Association (GSA).

General note

[established in 1936?; from 1937-1948 reported to the Graduate Guild?]
 

Graduate students.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Student Services Assessment: Report on Graduate Student Problems (1990, Winter).
 

Greek drama. 1918-

Scope and Contents note

Announcements, brochures, and newspaper clippings relating to the annual UCLA productions of Greek plays.

General note

SEE ALSO: Record Series 633 Greek plays presented to Evalyn Ann Thomas, 1924-1938; Record Series 729 UCLA Department of Theater programs (theatrical productions).
 

Greek organizations.

General note

SEE ALSO: Fraternities; Interfraternity Council; Panhellenic; Sororities; name of fraternity, sorority.
 

Greek Sing.

General note

SEE ALSO: Spring Sing.
 

Greek Theater.

General note

Located near Northeast corner of Westwood Blvd. and Le Conte Ave.
 

Greek Week.

 

Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA.

General note

SEE ALSO: Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center; Art Gallery; Museums [at UCLA]; Wight (Frederic S.) Art Gallery.
Established in 1956 as the Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation with a gift of 5,000 prints and drawings from Fred Grunwald, the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts became a repository and primary research facility for UCLA's extensive collection of prints, drawings, photographs, and artists' books. In 1965 the foundation was located in the upper level of the Wight Art Gallery in the newly opened Dickson Art Center. In 1974 the Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation was renamed the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, and in 1992 became a public arts program of UCLA's School of the Arts. In 1994, the staff and collection of the Grunwald Center were moved to the Armand Hammer Museum.
 

GSLIS. see: Library and Information Sciences, Graduate School of.

 

Guest House.

 

Guggenheim Fellows.

 

Gymnasium. see also: Physical Education Department.

 

Gymnastics.

 

Haines Hall.

General note

Construction completed in 1929; formerly known as the Chemistry Building. Renamed Haines Hall in 1954 in honor of Charles Grove Haines, UCLA faculty in Political Science from 1925-1948.
 

Hammer, Armand.

 

Harambee.

General note

Founded in October 1966 as "an organization dedicated to the betterment of the Afro-American community on the UCLA campus."
 

Hazing.

 

Health Sciences Computer Facility.

General note

Opened 1963. See also: Academic Computing, Office of (OAC); Computers (at UCLA); Western Data Processing Center.
 

Health Services. SEE: Student Health Services.

 

Helen Matthewson Club.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Helen Matthewson Club Alumnae Association membership card for Mary H. Paxson (1948); 'HMC Songs' [songbook] (1979).

General note

The Helen Matthewson Club was established in 1923 as a housing cooperative for self-supporting university women; named after Helen Matthewson Laughlin: Dean of Women Los Angeles State Normal School (1911-1919); UCLA Dean of Women (1919-1946).
 

Hells' Bells.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 1928 May 18 issue of "Hell's Bells" [see OVERSIZE shelves]; newspaper clippings on "Hells' Bells" controversy (1929).

General note

Humorous campus newspaper published by students at the University of California Southern Branch. "Hell's Bells" first issue appeared c.1924; irregularly published. Also known as a razz sheet. SEE ALSO: April Fool's newspapers; California Daily Bruin (Banquet Edition) [student humor newspaper]; Humor [UCLA}; Satyr (ASUCLA humor magazine); Scop [ASUCLA humor magazine].
 

Herbarium.

 

Hershey (Mira) Hall.

Scope and Contents note

Includes 1998 photographic inventory and descriptions of furniture located in Mira Herhey Hall.

General note

Constructed in 1931 as a dormitory for women; named after Mira Hershey, donor; Douglas McLellan, architect; George S. Hunt, Hershey Hall interior designer and furniture maker.
 

High Potential Program.

General note

High Potential Program established at UCLA in 1968. SEE ALSO: Academic Advancement Program (AAP); Disadvantaged students; Diversity; Ethnic Survey; Student Affirmative Action (SAA).
 

Higher Education in California. 1929

 

Higher Education Research Institute (HERI).

General note

SEE ALSO: Education, Graduate School of.
 

Higher Potential Program. 1970 - 1973

 

Hillel. Yitzhak Rabin Hillel Center for Jewish Life.

General note

SEE ALSO: Chabad.
 

Historical Association of the University of California at Los Angeles.

 

History Department.

 

History of UCLA.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Six Collegiate Decades: the growth of higher education in Southern California (Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1929).

General note

SEE ALSO: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS).
 

History, Department of.

 

Hole, Willitts J. Art Collection.

 

Home Economics - "A Proposed Recruitment Brochure for the UCLA Home Economics Department" by Walsh, Sarah Williamson. 1957

 

Home Economics - "A Study of Drop-Out in Home Economics Departments for California for 1950" by McGeever, Margaret C. 1952

 

Home Economics - "Characteristics of Students in Home Economics at UCLA with Implications for Curriculum and Guidance Development" by Rydberg, Dorothy. 1953

 

Home Economics - "Experiences with Boysin the Pre-Service Homemaking Teacher Education Programs of California" by Hall, Olive. 1955

 

Home Economics Department - "A History" by Peterson, Dorothy O. 1950

 

Homecoming. 1917-

Scope and Contents note

Includes programs and calendar of events.

General note

The first UCLA Homecoming was held in 1927. The first Academic Homecoming occurred in Spring 1933. SEE ALSO: Alumni Association; Campus Open House; Charter Day.
 

Honor societies [academic].

Scope and Contents note

Includes clippings on: Alpha Chi Sigma (chemistry), Alpha Eta Rho (aviation), Alpha Lambda Delta (women's honorary), Alpha Zeta (agriculture), Phi Beta (women's music and drama), Phi Delta Kappa (education), Phi Eta Sigma (men's honorary), Phi Phi, Pi Gamma Mu (social science), Pi Mu Epsilon (mathematics), Pi Sigma Alpha (political science), Scabbard and Blade (military), Sigma Delta Pi (spanish), Sigma Gamma Epsilon (geology and mining).
 

Honors Collegium. SEE: College Honors program.

 

Hope for Hearing Foundation.

 

Horn Press/Horn Printing Chapel. see: Library and Information Science, Graduate School of.

 

Hospital.

General note

see: Center for the Health Sciences (CHS); Medical Center.
 

Housing.

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on: The Bluffs [UCLA Faculty For-sale Housing Program in the Westchester neighborhood], Faculty Apartments, UCLA University Apartments,

General note

SEE ALSO: Residential Life, Office of; under the NAME of the residence hall.
 

Hradetzky Organ. see: Schoenberg Hall.

 

Human Genetics Department.

 

Human subjects review committees.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Human Subject Policy Committee (1985); Human Research Protection Program/HRPP (2009).
 

Humanities Division.

 

Humor [UCLA].

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "UC School Lightbulb Jokes" (1995).

General note

SEE ALSO: April Fool's student newspapers [OVERSIZE]; California Daily Bruin (Banquet Edition); Hell's Bells [OVERSIZE]; Satyr [ASUCLA humor magazine]; Scop [ASUCLA humor magazine].
 

Inauguration - Allen, Raymond B. (Chancellor). 1953 Mar 20.

General note

Raymond B. Allen appointed first Chancellor of UCLA. Prior to Allen, position designated as: Vice President and Director; Vice President and Provost.
 

Inauguration - Block, Gene D. (Chancellor). 2008 May 13

General Physical Description note: 1 folder
 

Inauguration - Carnesale, Albert (Chancellor). 1998 May 15

 

Inauguration - Dykstra, Clarence Addison (Provost of the University) 1945

General note

In 1948, Dykstra's position renamed Vice-President and Provost of the University [Note: position of Chancellor first assigned to UCLA campus with the 1952 appointment of Raymond B. Allen].
 

Inauguration - Murphy, Franklin David (Chancellor).

 

Inauguration - Young, Charles E. (Chancellor). 1969 May 23

 

Indo-European Studies.

 

Information Studies, Department of.

General note

SEE ALSO: Library and Information Science, Graduate School of; Library Service, School of.
 

Information Technology Planning Board.

 

Institute for Creative Arts.

 

Institute for Digital Research and Education (IDRE).

 

Institute for Numerical Analysis.

 

Institute for Pure and Applied Mathmatics.

 

Institute for Social Science Research.

General note

Renamed Social Sciences Grant Support (SSGS). SEE ALSO: Social Sciences Grant Support (SSGS).
 

Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine.

General note

Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine established in 2005 (Spring?); Owen N. Witte, Director.
 

Institute of American Cultures. see also: American Cultures.

 

Institute of Archaeology.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Function and Organization of the [California] Archaeological Survey at UCLA" (June 1966 report by James N. Hill and Joseph Cartkoff); "Log: Expedition to San Clemente Island" (July 1958 typed manuscript field notes by Marshall B. Mckusick).

General note

see also: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology.
 

Institute of Evolutionary and Enviromental Biology (IEEB).

General note

Established in 1969 (Summer) by the University of California Regents.
 

Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP).

 

Institute of Geophysics. see: Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP).

 

Institute of Government and Public Affairs.

 

Institute of Industrial Relations (IRR).

Scope and Contents note

Includes handouts from 'Is Walmart good for America?' conference (2005 June).

General note

1945 - Institute of Industrial Relations established by the California State Legislature at the University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles campuses.
 

Institute of Library Research.

General note

A univesity-wide organization with offices at the Berkeley and Los Angeles campuses. Intent of the research program: "To understand and to solve the problems in better library and information service." (Robert M. Hayes, Director)
 

Institute of Plasma and Fusion Research.

 

Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering.

General note

Institute conducted research related to transportation including: accident and injury prevention; driving simulation; accident data analysis; transportation theory, etc.
 

Instituto Italiano di Cultura.

General note

see: International Student Center (UCLA).
 

Instructional Development, Office of (OID). 1971-

Scope and Contents note

Includes: non-pring media catalogs (film, film strips, audio recordings, video, etc.); self assessment; newsletter; instructional guides.

General note

See also: Teaching Assistant.
 

Insurance and Risk Management, Office of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on UCLA worker's compensation.
 

Intellectual Property, Office of.

 

Inter-American Eduational Relations, Conference on. 1942 March

Scope and Contents note

conference program.

General note

Conference held at UCLA on the teaching of History of the Americas, Latin American History, International Relations, and Pan-Pacific Relations in the junior college and lower division of the college or university.
 

Intercollegiate Athletics. Women's sport teams.

General note

SEE ALSO: Intercollegiate Athletics. Title IX regulations (varsity women's sports teams).
 

Intercollegiate Athletics. Title IX regulations (varsity women's sports teams).

 

Intercollegiate Athletics (UCLA).

General note

The Director of Athletics reports to the UCLA Chancellor, functions as the executive head of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, and collaborates with the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee of the UCLA Academic Senate. William H. Spaulding was the first person at UCLA to be designated Director of Athletics, as of the 1937/38 academic year. Up through June 1960, the programs of UCLA's Director of Athletics were administered by the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA); as of July 1, 1960, the Director of Athletics reports to the UCLA Chancellor. The Athletic Association of Western Universities (AAWU) was formed July 1, 1959 upon the dissolution of the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC). Original members of the AAWU were: UCLA, UC Berkeley, University of Washington, and the University of Southern California (USC). The AAWU was later renamed the Pacific Athletic Conference (PAC). SEE ALSO by name of sport [baseball, basketball, football, golf, etc.]; SEE ALSO: Cultural and Recreational Affairs; SEE ALSO: Intramural Sports.
 

Interfraternity Council (UCLA).

General note

UCLA organized the Interfraternity Council in 1922. SEE ALSO: Panhellenic; name of fraternity, sorority.
 

International and Foreign Studies, Institute of.

General note

Established in 1958 to plan and carry out UCLA's interests and obligations in the field of international affairs.
 

International and Strategic Affairs, Center for (CISA).

 

International Institute.

General note

Formerly called International Studies and Overseas Program (ISOP).
 

International Student Center (UCLA).

General note

Also called the UCLA International House; located at 1023 Hilgard Ave.; designed by Robert E. Alexander and Associates. Building renamed Instituto Italiano di Cultura in March 1995.
 

International Student Center (Los Angeles).

 

International Students and Scholars, Office of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes 1990 Fall Qtr. statistical report.

General note

Office provides visa services, counseling, orientation, and cultural programs for non-immigrant foreign students at UCLA. SEE ALSO: Foreign Student Office.
 

International Studies and Overseas Program (ISOP). see also: International Institute.

General note

Name changed to International Institute (2002 December).
 

Internet.

Scope and Contents note

Includes clippings on: the appointment of UCLA as the first node on ARPANET, what later became known as the Internet; Winston Cerf, Robert Kahn, and Leonard Kleinrock.
 

Interschool World Trade Congress.

 

Intramural Sports.

General note

SEE ALSO: Cultural and Recreational Affairs, Dept. of; Intercollegiate Athletics; University Recreation Association (URA).
 

Inverted Fountain.

General note

Inverted fountain completed March 18, 1968; designer: Jere Hazlett.
 

Iranian Students Association (ISA).

 

Israel Studies.

 

Italian Department.

 

James E. West Alumni Center.

Scope and Contents note

Includes "A brief history of the James E. West Alumni Center..." (John Sandbrook, 2007).

General note

Construction of the James E. West Alumni Center completed in October 1976; Caudill, Rowlett & Scott, architects. Named after James E. West (UCLA 1941).
 

Janss Corporation. see: Westwood Community.

 

Janss Plaza.

 

Janss Steps.

 

Janss Triangle Affair - clippings - (1 of 2).

 

Janss Triangle Affair - clippings - (2 of 2).

 

Japanese American Evacuation and Relocation (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Materials relating to the impact upon UCLA students, faculty, staff of Executive Order 9066 beginning with the year of imlementation, 1942, through the end of World War II, 1945.

General note

SEE ALSO: World War II (1939-1945).
 

Japanese Garden. SEE: Gardens.

General note

The UCLA Japanese Garden was created in 1961 by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Guiverson and donated in 1965 by Edward W. Carter, then Chairman of the University of California Regents. SEE ALSO: Murphy (Franklin D.) Sculpture Garden.
 

Jazz Club.

 

Jerry Lewis Neuromuscular Research Center.

 

John Adams Lecture.

General note

Annual lecture established at UCLA in 1933 and named after Sir John Adams.
 

John Edwards Memorial Foundation at the Folklore & Mythology Center.

General note

The John Edwards Memorial Foundation was incorporated July 1962; its archive was located in the UCLA Folklore & Mythology Center. SEE ALSO: Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology.
 

John Wooden Center. SEE: Wooden Center.

 

Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center.

 

Jules Stein Eye Institute.

 

Jules Stein Eye Institute.

 

Jules Stein Eye Institute.

 

Kap and Bells.

 

Kappa Phi Zeta [UCLA sorority].

General note

National professional library sorority.
 

Kappa Psi Epsilon Sorority, Delta Chapter.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: yearbooks, "Kalayaan" (newsletter), Rush postcards.

General note

Kappi Psi Epsilon Sorority is dedicated to "studying and analyzing the Pilipino and Pilipino-American past, present, and future." [SOURCE: http://www.kpsiedelta.org/about-us]
 

Kappa Sigma [UCLA Fraternity].

 

Kelps (The Kelps).

General note

UCLA spirit organization.
 

Kerckhoff Coffee House.

 

Kerckhoff Hall Dedication.

 

Kerckhoff Hall.

General note

Construction completed in 1930; Allison & Allison, architects. Named after William George Kerckhoff (b.1856-d.1929).
 

Kinesiology Department.

 

Kinsey Hall.

 

Kinsey Hall. see also: Banos Bridge.

 

KLA radio station. see: Radio and Television.

 

Kneller Report. 1968 Jan

 

Knudsen Hall Memorial - description.

 

Knudsen Hall. see also: Banos Bridge.

 

KUCW radio station. see: Radio and Television.

 

Labor Day (UCLA event - 1926 Oct 9)

 

Labor Unions (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME); UCLA Faculty Union (Local 1990).
 

Lachmann Collection of Historical Stringed Musical Instruments.

 

Lake Arrowhead Conference Center (UCLA).

General note

See also: Bruin Woods.
 

Lambda Chi Alpha [UCLA Fraternity]. Epsilon Sigma Zeta chapter.

General note

Established at UCLA in 1930.
 

Las Donas.

General note

UCLA alumnae support group founded in 1967.
 

Latin American Center, Los Angeles.

 

Latin American Studies.

 

LAUC. see: Librarians Association of the University of California.

 

Law Association (UCLA).

 

Law Library.

 

Law, School of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes audio recording of the Nov. 1951 Law School building dedication.
 

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

 

Learning Skills Center.

 

Lectures (general). see also: Public Lectures, Committee on (under name of academic program or office).

 

Lectures, Music and Drama, Committee on.

 

Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Studies, Task Force on.

 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Studies.

General note

UCLA's interdisciplinary program on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies was approved in 1997 and began work during the Fall 1997 academic quarter; renamed Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Studies in 1998.
 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Faculty/Staff Network.

General note

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Faculty/Staff Network was founded in 1989 as the Lesbian/Gay Faculty/Staff Network.
 

Letters and Science, College of. SEE: College of Letters and Science.

 

Librarians Association of the University of California (LAUC). "LAUC Newsletter" 1973

General Physical Description note: Vol. 1, No. 1
 

Librarians Association of the University of California (LAUC). Ad Hoc Committe on the Library Plan. 1986 - 1987

 

Librarians Association of the University of California - Los Angeles (LAUC-LA).

 

Libraries (UC).

 

Libraries [UCLA]. 1920 -

Scope and Contents note

General UCLA library information organized by decade. Includes:

-"Report on Census and Survey of Departmental Libraries, Reading Rooms and Archives on the UCLA Campus" (1980/81)

-"Library Physical Master Planning Committee" (1993 October; also known as the Entrikin Report)

-Eller, Daryn. "California Librarians and the Vietnam War, 1967-1972" (2009, Master's Thesis/San Jose State University).
 

Libraries, Departmental. Report on Census and Survey of Departmental Libraries, Reading Rooms and Archives on the UCLA Campus. 1980 - 1981

 

Library and Information Science, Graduate School of.

General note

SEE ALSO: Information Studies, Department of; Library Service, School of.
 

Library and Information Science, Graduate School of. Horn Press (Horn Printing Chapel).

 

Library Associates [within Library Development Office]. see also: Friends of the UCLA Library, The.

 

Library Binding Policy Guidelines. 1989

 

Library Council.

 

Library School.

 

Library Service, School of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes paper entitled "The UCLA School of Library Service: The First Fourteen Years" written by Jolene Beiser for UCLA MLIS Historical Methodology course (IS 281).

General note

Establishment of a library school at UCLA approved by the University of California Regents 1958 December 19; School of Library Service opened for instruction September 1960. Lawrence Clark Powell appointed as Dean. SEE ALSO: Information Studies, Department of; Library and Information Science, Graduate School of.
 

Library Staff Association.

 

Library. Acquisitions Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes annual reports 1964/1965 to 1968/1969.
 

Library. Administrative memoranda. 1983

 

Library. Annual Report to the [UCLA] Chancellor. 1960-

 

Library. Annual Reports.

 

Library. Audio Visual Center.

 

Library. Belt Library of Vinciana.

 

Library. Biomedical Library [Louise Darling Biomedical Library].

General note

UCLA medical library established June 1948.
 

Library. Biomedical Library History and Special Collections.

 

Library. Bureau of Government Research.

 

Library. Catalog Department.

 

Library. Cataloging and Metadata Center.

 

Library. Charles E. Young Research Library. SEE ALSO: Library. University Research Library.

General note

Originally called the University Research Library; renamed Charles E. Young Research Library, 1997 Dec.
 

Library. Chicano Library Program.

 

Library. Collection Development.

 

Library. Collections - Newspapers.

 

Library. Collections, Research, and Instructional Services (CRIS).

 

Library. College Library.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: College Library Reference Section materials; College Library logo contest submissions (1996 May-October).

General note

SEE ALSO: Powell Library; Towell Library.
 

Library. Conservation Center.

General note

Formerly known as the UCLA Library Conservation Lab.
 

Library. Copyright Policy.

General note

see also: Copyright.
 

Library. Current Issues Center. see also: Library, History.

 

Library. Development Office. see also: Friends of the Library.

 

Library. Directories.

General note

see: Library. Staff Directories, Handbooks, etc.
 

Library. Diversity, Committee on.

General note

Established in 1988 as the Affirmative Action Committee; renamed Committee on Diversity in January 1990.
 

Library. East Asian Library.

General note

SEE ALSO: Library. Oriental Library.
 

Library. Education and Psychology Library.

General note

The Education and Psychology Library [Ed Psych Library] opened in 1965 August 9 and was located in room 390 of the College Library Bldg. At the time of its opening, the collection totaled 37,000 volumes. The library closed in 1991.
 

Library. Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana.

 

Library. Exhibitions.

 

Library. Geology Library.

 

Library. Gifts Section.

 

Library. History of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: historical timelines of UCLA libraries; "History of the UCLA Library" (1962).
 

Library. Information Systems.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: request for proposal for automated library management system (1995 August). SEE ALSO: Library. Information Technology; Library. ORION (online library catalog).
 

Library. Information Technology (LIT).

General note

SEE ALSO: Library. Information Systems.
 

Library. Instructional Services Advisory Committee.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: report on "Information Competence at UCLA" (2001 Spring).
 

Library. Latin American Collections.

 

Library. Law Library. SEE: Law Library.

 

Library. Library Special Collections (LSC).

General note

Formally established in March 2010 with the arrival of Tom Hyry as Director, Library Special Collections (LSC) combined five special collections into one administrative unit: Biomedical History & Special Collections; the Center for Oral History Research; Performing Arts Special Collections (Art and Music); the Young Research Library Special Collections; and the UCLA University Archives.
 

Library. Library Systems; Library and Information Systems (LIS).

 

Library. Library Task Force.

 

Library. Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). see: Normal School. Library.

 

Library. Management Library.

 

Library. Management Review and Analysis Program (MRAP). 1975

 

Library. Map Library.

 

Library. Maps and Government Information (MGI).

 

Library. Millionth Book (one, two, three,...).

General note

1883 - Los Angeles State Normal School Library accessions first book; 1938 Oct. - 300,000th book UCLA Library; 1946 - 500,000th book UCLA Library; 1950 - 750,000th book UCLA Library; 1953 Nov. - one millionth book UCLA Library; 1964 Feb. - two millionth book UCLA Library; 1971 Jan. - three millionth book UCLA Library; 1979 Mar. - four millionth book UCLA Library; 1983 May - five millionth book UCLA Library.
 

Library. Music Library.

General note

Music Library dedicated to Walter H. Rubsamen 1976 February 27.
 

Library. Newspapers. see: Library. Collections - Newspapers.

 

Library. Normal School. SEE: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS).

 

Library. Organizational Charts.

 

Library. Oriental Library.

General note

The UCLA Oriental Collection was founded by Professor Richard C. Rudolph in 1947. The Oriental Library opened March 1956, administered by the Department of Special Collections until 1959 July 1. Later renamed East Asian Library. SEE ALSO: Library. East Asian Library.
 

Library. ORION [online library catalog].

Scope and Contents note

ORION was the name of UCLA Library's online bibliographic catalog. Includes information on ORION1 (1977-1999) and ORION2 (2000-2004). SEE ALSO: Library. Information Systems.
 

Library. Personnel.

General note

Includes: announcements for Library retirement events; student assistant orientation manual; "The New Library Management Network at the University of California, Los Angeles: by Johanna E. Tallman (1969 June).
 

Library. Physics Library.

 

Library. Powell Library. SEE: Powell Library.

 

Library. Preservation.

 

Library. Reference and Instructional Services (RIS).

 

Library. Reference Department (University Research Library/URL)

 

Library. Research and Instructional Services.

 

Library. Sadleir Book Collection.

General note

The Sadleir Book Collection is administered by the Department of Special Collections.
 

Library. Science and Engineering Library (SEL).

 

Library. Serials Department.

 

Library. Social Welfare Collection.

 

Library. Southern Regional Library Facility. see: Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF).

 

Library. Special Collections, Department of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes copies of:

- Wed-Paloutzian, Rachel Huichong. Collection Development in the History of UCLA Special Collections, 1971-1983 (2010 March)

- Zachary, Claude Ben. A History of the UCLA Library Department of Special Collections, 1945-1971 (UCLA masters thesis, 1998)

General note

The UCLA Library Department of Special Collections was established on July 1, 1947 with the appointment of Neal R. Harlow as Head. On July 1, 1950 the Dept. of Special Collections space was dedicated in the recently remodeled Library West Wing (room 120).
 

Library. Staff Directories, handbooks, etc.

 

Library. Staff.

 

Library. Technical Services.

 

Library. Theses and Dissertations.

 

Library. Towell Library. SEE: Towell Library.

General note

SEE ALSO: Library. College Library; Powell Library.
 

Library. University Archives.

General note

Established in 1948. See also Library. Special Collections for annual reports of university archives.
 

Library. University Librarian.

General note

SEE ALSO: Biographical files under name of University Librarian.
 

Library. University Research Library.

General note

see also: Library. Charles E. Young Research Library. Construction completion date: 1964; addition: 1971; Architect: A. Quincey Jones and Emmons; renamed Charles E. Young Research Library, 1998 December 6.
 

Library. University Research Library. Compact Storage [floor load] analysis, Mali Engineering Consultants. 1993

General note

Renamed Charles E. Young Research Library.
 

Library. Wood cuts.

 

Library. Young Reseach Library. see: Library. Charles E. Young Research Library.

 

Lick Observatory.

 

Life Threatning Behavior, Project on.

 

Linguistics Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "UCLA Slang: a dictionary of slang words and expressions used at UCLA" (1989)
 

Long Range Plans (UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Educational Policy and Program of the University of California at Los Angeles (1957 June); Progress Report on the Long Range Development Plan for the University of California, Los Angeles (1959 April); UCLA Long Range Development Plan (1963 December); UCLA Planning for the Eighties (1980).

General note

SEE ALSO: Master Plan for Higher Education in California.
 

Los Angeles Public Library.

Scope and Contents note

Includes announcements of lectures by UCLA faculty, 1932-1933.
 

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS).

General note

The Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) was established by the California State Legislature in March 1881 as California's second state normal school, the San Jose State Normal School being first. Initially located on five acres at the corner of Fifth Street and Grand Ave., the school relocated in September 1914 to a twenty-five acre site on North Vermont Ave. Effective July 24, 1919 the LASNS buildings, grounds, and records were transferred to the Regents of the University of California and renamed the Southern Branch of the University of California. SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. Campus, Los Angeles.
 

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). Class songs.

General note

SEE ALSO: Songs, song books.
 

Los Angeles Women's College.

 

Loyalty Oath - Correspondence.

 

Loyalty Oath.

 

Lu Valle (James E.) Commons.

General note

Named after James E. Lu Valle (UCLA 1936, M.S. 1937). Lu Valle Commons opened March 1985 and is maintained and operated by the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA).
 

MacGowan Hall.

 

Mail and Document Services.

 

Maison Francaise.

 

Management in the Arts Program (Graduate School of Management).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 'Management in the Arts Program Newsletter.'
 

Management Library. see: Library, Management Library.

 

Management, Graduate School of. self review. 1978

 

Management, Graduate School of (GSM).

General note

Formerly: College of Business Administration (established 1935); 1950 renamed School of Business Administration; 1955 renamed Graduate School of Business Administration; 1971 renamed Graudate School of Management (GSM). SEE ALSO: Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM).
 

Mandela City. 1985

General note

Named after Nelson Mandela, South Africa activist.
 

Manhattan Project (Los Alamos, N.M.)

Scope and Contents note

UCLA's participation in the Manhattan Project (1943 Feb.-1946 Dec.) Includes photocopy of microfilm: "Manhattan District History. Book VIII - Los Alamos Project. Volume 3 - Auxiliary Activities. Chapter 1 - Los Angeles Procurement Office. 1947 October 8.

General note

The Manhattan Project involved the development of the atomic bomb during World War II; one of the locations of the Manhanttan Project was in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
 

Mann, Rhonda Fleming Resource Center for Women with Cancer.

 

Maps of Campus (Westwood). see also: Campus Tours [oversize subject files]. 1929 -

 

Marching band. see: Band.

 

Mardi Gras [UCLA].

General note

A student-run event which began ca.1943, UCLA's Mardi Gras evolved into an annual event to raise funds in support of various charities such as UCLA's International House (1945) and UCLA's UniCamp (1947-ca.1990).
 

Marine Science Center.

 

Mascot.

General note

ca.1919 University of California Southern Branch (S.B.U.C.) Cubs; 1924-1925 Grizzily Bear designated official mascot; 1926 mascot renamed Bruin (dark brown bear); mascots later named: Joe and Josephine Bruin. SEE ALSO: Card Stunts; Song Girls; Spirit Squad; Nofziger, Edward C. (Biographical File).
 

Masonic Club.

 

Master Plan for Higher Education in California.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 1960-1975 Master Plan (California Department of Education, 1960).

General note

SEE ALSO: Education and Policy Program (UCLA); Long Range Plans (UCLA).
 

Math Sciences Building.

 

Mathematical Sciences Building.

 

Mathematicians, Young Project.

 

Mathematics Department, Los Angeles.

 

Mathematics, Department of.

 

McCarthy (James Howard) Biocontainment Laboratories (Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center).

General note

Funding of the laboratories by Barbara Mott McCarthy; laboratories named in memory of James Howard McCarthy (husband).
 

Mechanic Arts Building.

 

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department.

General note

Formerly named the Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering Department. SEE ALSO: Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering Department.
 

Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering Department.

General note

Renamed the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department in 1996. SEE ALSO: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department.
 

Mechanics Arts Department, Los Angeles.

 

Media Center.

 

Media Guides to UCLA.

Scope and Contents note

Published guides to experts at UCLA; does not include media guides to UCLA athletic teams.

General note

SEE ALSO: Speakers Bureau.
 

Media Relations, Office of.

General note

The Office of Media Relations (Alumni Center) reports to University Communications under the Vice Chancellor for External Affairs (2008). SEE ALSO: News Service; Public Information Office; Publications Service, Office of.
 

Medical Center Auxiliary.

 

Medical Center.

General note

SEE ALSO: Center for the Health Sciences (CHS); Medicine, School of: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
 

Medical Faculty Wives.

 

Medicine, College of. Los Angeles Department [University of California].

 

Medicine, School of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: names/signatures of 1st UCLA Medical School Class [1951]; 'History of the Bay Surgical Society' by Robert S. Sherins, M.D.(2011).
 

Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Center for.

 

Medieval and Renaissance Study Center.

 

Memorabilia. [located on the UCLA Westwood campus] 1974 october

Scope and Contents note

Inventory of UCLA campus plaques, busts, paintings, and other memorabilia commemorating individuals after whom campus faciliites have been named.
 

Memorial Activities Center (MAC).

General note

1964 January 13 - groundbreaking; building site formerly called Joe E. Brown Field; 1965 June 11 - Memorial Activities Center renamed and dedicated Pauley Pavilion. See also: Pauley Pavilion.
 

Men's Faculty Club.

General note

See: Faculty Center.
 

Mentor Program.

 

Meteorology Department, Los Angeles.

 

Mexican-American Study Project (MASP).

Scope and Contents note

Includes a copy of the Mexican-American Study Project questionnaire (c.1964) and codebook (c.1966).

General note

"The purpose of the project is to determine through intensive study the social and economic position of people of Mexican, Spanish, or mixed Indian descents in urban areas of the southwestern United States" (UCLA Professor Leo Grebler, Principle Invesitgator, 1964 September 30). Study was initiated in 1963 and completed in 1968; funded by the Ford Foundation.
 

Meyerhoff, Hans.

 

Microbiology and Immunology, Department of.

 

Military Science Department. [UCLA Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps/ROTC]

General note

Established in July 1920, Military Science is one of three Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs offered at UCLA. The other two programs are: Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC) and Naval Science (Naval ROTC). SEE ALSO: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
 

Minute Men.

 

Model United Nations Conferences.

 

Modern Language Association of Southern California.

 

Molecular and Cellular Life Sciences.

 

Molecular Biology Institute (M.B.I.)

General note

Institute founded in 1963; Paul D. Boyer appointed director, 1965.
 

Molecular Biology, Interdepartmental Program.

 

Moore Hall.

General note

Constructed in 1930; George W. Kelham, architect. Renamed Moore Hall (May 1955) for Ernest Carroll Moore, first UCLA provost/director/vice-president (1919-1936).
 

Moratorium History Committee. 1970 May -

General note

Led by UCLA Librarian Ruth Trager, the Moratorium History Committee was formed ca.May 1970 to collect handbills, posters, and other ephemera which documented the UCLA campus community's activities during the Cambodia/Kent State crisis.
SEE ALSO: Communism; Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA); Student Activism; Students for a Democratic Society (SDS); War Moratorium (1969 October). Also: Student Activism files (Record Series 259).
 

Morgan Intercollegiate Athletics Center.

General note

Named for UCLA Athletic Director J. D. Morgan, the Morgan Intercollegiate Athletics Center was dedicated 1984 June 10 and houses the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.
 

Mortar Board.

General note

National senior women's honorary society.
 

Motion Picture Club.

Scope and Contents note

Includes program for the "Bruin Review" [1930?] presented by the UCLA Motion Picture Club.

General note

"Bruin Review:" direction and photography by Thelner Hoover (UCLA 1930) and Durward Graybill; subtitles by J. Brewer Avery and John B. Jackson (UCLA 1927).

SEE ALSO: Film Series.
 

Motion Picture Division (Theater Arts Department).

General note

Specialization in Motion Pictures - within the Theater Arts Dept. - first offered in 1965-1966 academic year.

SEE ALSO: Film and Television Department; Film Series; Theater, Film and Television, School of.
 

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA).

 

Moving Image Archive Studies (MIAS) Program.

General note

Program established in 2002. MIAS Program jointly sponsored by the UCLA Department of Information Studies and the UCLA Department of Film, Television, and Digital Media.
 

Murals on UCLA Campus.

 

Murphy (Franklin D.) Sculpture Garden.

General note

Opened in 1965; located in North Campus Court; Ralph Cornell, supervising landscape architect. Formerly known as the UCLA Sculpture Court (1965-1966). Dedicated in 1967 and named after Franklin D. Murphy (UCLA Chancellor). SEE ALSO: Gardens.
 

Murphy Hall.

 

Murray, Patrick "UCLA: The Fight for Recognition". 1990

 

Museum and Laboratories of Ethnic Arts (M&LEA).

General note

Museum and Laboratories of Ethnic Arts; later known as the Museum of Cultural History. SEE ALSO: Fowler Museum of Cultural History.
 

Museum of Cultural History.

General note

Formerly known as Museum and Laboratories of Ethnic Arts. SEE ALSO: Fowler Museum of Cultural History.
 

Museums [at UCLA].

Scope and Contents note

Includes 1993 student paper by Bill (William) Kelley, Jr. "Museum Report: University of California Los Angeles."

General note

SEE ALSO: Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center; Art Gallery; Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA; Wight (Frederic S.) Art Gallery.
 

Music in the Rotunda.

 

Music Library. See: Library. Music Library.

 

Music, Department of.

 

Name - UCLA.

 

National Center for History in the Schools.

 

National Center for Intermedia Transport Research.

General note

The center was established at UCLA in 1980 for the study of pollutant exchange processes between various environmental compartments (air, land, and water).
 

National Medal of Science.

 

National Student League.

 

National Theater Conference. Southern California Region.

 

Native American Students Association.

Scope and Contents note

Includes miscellaneous issues of 'Oriwa" (newsletter).
 

Naval Science. [UCLA Navy Reserve Officers' Training Corps/NROTC]

General note

Naval Science is one of three Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs offered at UCLA. The other two programs are: Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC) and Military Science (Army ROTC). The Navy ROTC unit was established at UCLA in 1938.
 

Navy V-12 Program [World War II].

General note

SEE ALSO: Engineering, Science, and Management War Training (ESMWT); World War II (1939-1945).
 

Near Eastern Center/Gustave E. von Grunebaum Center for Near Eatern Studies.

General note

SEE ALSO: Near Eastern Languages. Center renamed the Gustave E. von Grunebaum Center for Near Eatern Studies in March 1975.
 

Near Eastern Languages.

General note

SEE ALSO: Near Eastern Center/Gustave E. von Grunebaum Center for Near Eatern Studies.
 

Negro Club. see: University Negro Club.

 

Negro History Week.

General note

Includes announcement of Langston Hughes lecture (1967 Feb 16). SEE ALSO: African Americans at UCLA; Black Faculty and Staff Association; University Negro Club.
 

Neima, Leroy Center for the Study of American Society and Culture.

 

Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI).

General note

SEE ALSO: Psychiatry Department.
 

Neuroscience History Archives. see also: Brain Research Institute (BRI).

 

Neurosurgery, Division of. (Department of Surgery)

 

Newman Club.

General note

The Newman Club is a national federation of Catholic clubs located at U.S. colleges and Universities. On September 23, 1925 the University of California, Southern Branch (Vermont Ave. campus) dedicated Newman Hall, home of the Newman Club. Newman Hall was constructed at a cost of $60,000 and located at 4665 Willowbrook Ave., at the corner of Berendo.
 

News Service.

General note

SEE ALSO: Media Relations, Office of; Public Information Office; Publications Service, Office of.
 

Nikkei Student Union (NSU).

Scope and Contents note

Includes student papers by: Kenneth Kato (1991); Erica Takeuchi (2001).
 

Nobel Prize (UCLA-affiliated recipients).

 

Nommo (The African Peoples Newsmagazine).

General note

Founded 1969 December; published by the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA) Communications Board.
 

Normal School. see: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS).

 

Northwest Campus Quality of Student Life Task Force.

General note

SEE ALSO: Residence Halls.
 

Nu Omega [UCLA club].

General note

UCLA club, founded 1925 Dec., for men students who are not members of fraternities.
 

Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology Laboratory (UCLA School of Medicine).

General note

Established in 1958; Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology Laboratory constructed in 1961, Neptune & Thomas, architects; renamed Stafford Leak Warren Hall in 1965. SEE ALSO: Warren (Stafford Leak) Hall.
 

Nursery School [UCLA].

 

Nursing Staff (UCLA Hospital, Medical Center).

 

Nursing, School of.

General note

June 1948 the University of California Regents authorized the creation of the UCLA School of Nursing; Lulu Wolf appointed as Dean.
 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of.

 

Occupational Conference.

 

Olympics.

 

O'Malley Prize.

 

Ombuds Services, Office of.

General note

Formerly known as Campus Ombudsman; Donald E. Hartsock appointed first UCLA Campus Ombudsman, 1969 June 30.
 

Open House. see: Campus Open House.

 

Opera Workshop.

 

Oral History Program (UCLA).

General note

The UCLA Oral History Program was established in 1959. In October 2005 the program's name changed to the Center for Oral History Research. SEE ALSO: Center for Oral History Research; Library - Special Collections.
 

Order of the Golden Bruins.

 

Order of the Thanic Shield.

General note

University of California, Southern Branch senior men's society.
 

Organ, Royce Hall. see: Royce Hall - organ.

 

Organ, Schoenberg Hall. see: Schoenberg Hall.

General note

Also kown as Hradetzky Organ.
 

Organization charts.

Scope and Contents note

UCLA academic and administrative organization charts. Includes: "Who's Who in Murphy Hall: Student Guide" (UCLA Office of Public Communications, 1980; 1982); University of California Southern Branch Los Angeles. "Division, Department, and Committee Organization..." (1921 May 21).
 

Organized Research Units (ORU's).

 

Oriental Languages, Department of.

 

Orientation. see also: Campus Tour.

 

ORU's - Agricultural Experiment Station.

 

ORU's - Institute of Geophysics/Planetary Physics.

 

ORU's - Jerry Lewis Neuromuscular Research Center.

 

ORU's - Jules Stein Eye Institute.

 

ORU's - Minutes of Regents' Meetings.

 

ORU's - Reed Neurological Research Center.

 

Ostin Hall.

 

Pacific-8 Conference.

General note

Pacific-8 athletic conference was organized in 1959 July 1 as the Athletic Association of Western Universities; in 1968 September 3 the name Pacific-8 Conference was adopted.
 

Pajamerino.

 

Panhellenic (UCLA).

General note

UCLA's first Panhellenic association was established in 1919 to determine policies for the sororities. SEE ALSO: Interfraternity Council (UCLA).
 

Parking and Commuter Services.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: maps of campus parking; commuter guides; information on campus shuttles, van pooling, parking fees, and parking regulations; 'Bikeway Study' (1974 Februray) for a UCLA campus bikeway system.
 

Parvin Cancer Research Laboratories. formerly: Molecular Biology Institute.

 

Patents [UC Office of the Board of Patents, etc.].

 

Pathology, Deptartment of.

 

Patriot Act. [USA Patriot Act]

 

Pauley Pavilion.

General note

1965 June 11 - dedicated to Edwin Wendell Pauley, UC Regent and principal donor to building fund; formerly called Memorial Activities Center (MAC). See also: Memorial Activities Center (MAC).
 

Peace Corps (UCLA).

General note

Peace Corps training programs were established on the UCLA campus c.1961 and initially administered by UCLA University Extention.
 

Pediatrics.

Scope and Contents note

Include: Adams, Forrest H. "The History of the Department of Pediatrics, University of California, Los Angeles, 1950 to 1964" (1972 June)
 

Performing Arts, Center for the [general info].

 

Personnel.

General note

SEE ALSO: Campus Human Resources; Employee Benefits; Staff Personnel Department.
 

Phi Beta Kappa [UCLA Chapter: Eta].

General note

1930 January 23 - Phi Beta Kappa announced that it will begin electing UCLA students to membership.
 

Phi Delta Kappa. Alpha Chi Chapter.

 

Phi Delta Theta [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1924.
 

Phi Eta Sigma [UCLA freshmen honor society].

 

Phi Gamma Nu [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Phi Gamma Nu is a national coed professional business fraternity with a chapter at UCLA.
 

Phi Kappa Sigma [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1926.
 

Phi Sigma Sigma [UCLA Sorority].

General note

Phi Sigma Sigma was the first national sorority at UCLA (1921), followed by Chi Omega (1923) and Alpha Epsilon Phi (1923).
 

Philosophical Union, Los Angeles.

 

Philosophy, Department of.

 

Phrateres.

 

Physical Education Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Dance programs.
 

Physical Education for Women Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: hand-illustrated bound class project entitled: 'A Pageant: Immigration and Leadership' (Course 14 B, 1928 May).

General note

SEE ALSO: Dance Department; World Arts and Cultures Department.
 

Physical Plant.

 

Physics and Astronomy Department.

General note

SEE ALSO: Astronomy Department; Physics Department.
 

Physics and Biology Building (Westwood campus).

 

Physics Department.

General note

UCLA Physics Department renamed Physics and Astronomy Department. SEE ALSO: Physics and Astronomy Department.
 

Physiology, Department of.

 

Pi Delta Epsilon [UCLA fraternity]

General note

National Journalistic Honorary fraternity.
 

Pi Gamma Mu [academic fraternity].

General note

National social science fraternity.
 

Pi Lambda Phi [UCLA fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1922.
 

Pi Lambda Theta [academic fraternity].

General note

Women's honorary education fraternity.
 

Pi Mu Epsilon [academic fraternity].

General note

National mathematics fraternity, men and women; University of California Southern Branch chapter installed 1926 Jan 7.
 

Pilipino Cultural Night (PCN). see: Samahang Pilipino.

 

Pioneer Alumni of UCLA.

Scope and Contents note

Includes issues of "The Bruin Pioneer" (newsletter).

General note

Founded in 1959 by Alexander "Jake" Hamilton (UCLA 1924), members of the Pioneer Alumni of UCLA are former UCLA students who attended prior to the campus' relocation to Westwood in Fall 1929.
 

Placement and Career Planning Center.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Annual Report and Reivew of Educational Labor Market, 1975-1976" (Educational Career Services. Placement and Career Planning Center)

General note

SEE ALSO: Educational Career Services.
 

Plagiarism/Cheating.

 

Planetary and Space Science Department, Los Angeles.

 

Planning Office.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Demographic and Enrollment Trends Affecting New Freshmen at UCLA (1979 July); Trends in the Enrollment and Performance of Students Transferring to UCLA (1980 October).
 

Plant Physiology.

 

Plasma Physics, Experimental.

 

Plato Society of UCLA.

 

Playa Vista Initiative.

 

Poiesia: UCLA Anthology of Student Verse for 1941.

 

Police (UCLA Police, UCPD).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: California Technical Institutes of Peace Officers' Training (1941).

General note

Community Service, a unit within UCLA Police.
 

Policies...campus activities, organizations, students.

 

Political Science, Department of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: John C. Bollens/John C. Ries Lecture brochures.
 

Powell Library.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Powell Library (History American Buildings Survey. National Park Service, 1998); Girvigian, Raymond. Powell Library Historical Report (1988); UCLA Masters in Fine Arts (M.F.A.) proposal by Yan-Kei So, entitled 'Color Project,' to change the colors of selected Powell Library book bindings (2003 April).

General note

The Westwood campus Library opened in September 1929, George W. Kelham, architect. The building was dedicated to Lawrence Clark Powell and renamed the Powell Library Building in 1966 November 10.

SEE ALSO: Library. College Library; Towell Library.
 

Powell Library. Rededication (1996 September)

General note

The seismically renovated Powell Library was rededicated on September 12, 1996 and opened to the public on September 24, 1996.
 

Powell Library. Renovation and seismic stabilization (1993-1996)

Scope and Contents note

Includes UCLA Capital Programs Northridge earthquake report: "Damage to the [Powell Library] fresco ceiling." (1994 June).
 

Press Club Vode. 1924-1927

Scope and Contents note

Programs of University of California Southern Branch annual variety show.

General note

Also known as: Press Club Vodevil. First variety show held in 1921.
 

Printing and Bookbindery.

 

Professional Schools Restructuring Initiative. 1993 spring

 

Program Comparative Literature.

 

Project India.

 

Project India.

General note

Project India began in 1952 under the auspices of the UCLA Religious Conference.
 

Project Motivation.

 

Project on Life-Threatening Behavior.

General note

Formerly known as the UCLA Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence. SEE ALSO: Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence.
 

Propositions and bond issues.

Scope and Contents note

Information on statewide and local propositions and bond issues affecting UCLA, including: Proposition 2 (1925 May 5, Westwood campus site selection); Proposition 13 (1978, Jarvis Amendment).
 

Prytanean.

 

Psychiatry Department (UCLA School of Medicine).

General note

SEE ALSO: Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI).
 

Psychology Clinic.

 

Psychology, Department of.

 

Public Affairs.

General note

Established in 1961; formerly known as Office of Public Information. As of 1962, Public Information listed as a unit within Public Affairs.
 

Public Ceremonies, Committee on.

Scope and Contents note

Includes 1965 report by Waldo W. Phelps regarding modifications to UCLA's commencement ceremonies.
 

Public Health, School of.

 

Public Information Office.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Bruin Who's Who: a Student-Administrator Guide" (1986); example of UCLA press kit (c.1988).

General note

In 1992 the Public Information Office was part of the University Communications Division. At that time, the University Communications Div. reported to Vice Chancellor for University Relations. SEE ALSO: Media Relations, Office of; News Service; Publications Service, Office of.
 

Public Lectures, Committee on. see also: Lectures (general). 1964 - 1969

 

Public Lectures, Committee on. see also: Lectures (general). 1970 - 1973

 

Public Lectures, Committee on. see also: Lectures (general). 1974 - 1980

 

Public Lectures, Committee on.

 

Public Policy and Social Research , School of.

 

Public Policy.

 

Publications - scholarly (UCLA produced/edited).

 

Publications Service, Office of.

General note

Office of Publications Service was established in 1965; John B. Jackson, manager (1965-1972). Formerly known as the UCLA Office of Official Publications (organized in 1960). SEE ALSO: Media Relations, Office of; News Service; Public Information Office.
 

Quaker Student Club at UCLA. 1946

Scope and Contents note

Club founded in 1938 and sponsored by the American Friends Advancement Committee, a group within the American Society of Friends.
 

R.O.T.C. see: Reserve Officer Training Corps.

 

Radio and Television. 1930 -

Scope and Contents note

Organized chronologically by year; includes programs.

General note

KLA radio station; KUCW radio station.
 

Radiology, Department of.

 

Rancho San Jose de Buenos Ayres.

 

Reagan (Ronald) UCLA Medical Center.

General note

Dedication of the newly constructed Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center: 2007 May 31. Medical Center includes: UCLA Medical Center, Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, and the Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA. Named for former California State Governor and U.S. President Ronald Reagan. SEE ALSO: Center for the Health Sciences (CHS); Medical Center.
 

Recreation. see: Cultural and Recreational Affairs.

 

Reed Ranch.

 

Regents - Bylaws - U.S. and California Statutes.

 

Regents (clippings).

 

Regents Professor.

 

Regents.

 

Registrar.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: 'Handbook of Rules and Regulations for Undergraduate Students'; examples of student registration cards.
 

Research at UCLA.

 

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

General note

UCLA's Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) offers three programs at UCLA: Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC), Military Science (Army ROTC), and Naval Science (Naval ROTC). A unit of the Army Senior Division Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at UCLA in July 1920. UCLA's Navy ROTC was established in 1938; UCLA's Air Force ROTC was established in 1949. SEE ALSO: Military Science.
 

Residence Halls.

General note

SEE ALSO: Housing; under Name of building.
 

Residential Life, Office of.

 

Retirement System.

 

Rhodes Scholarship.

 

Rigler (Leo G.) Center for Radiological Sciences.

 

Rigler Center for Neurological Sciences.

 

Rolphe Hall.

 

Rose Bowl.

 

Rowing - Women's. see also: Crew Team - Women's.

 

Royal Shakespeare Company: 1984 Olympic Arts Festival Royce Hall Productions.

 

Royce Hall.

 

Royce Hall.

 

Royce Hall. Bibliography.

Scope and Contents note

Publications and citations relating to architecture of Royce Hall.
 

Royce Hall. Organ.

 

Royce Hall. Productions. 1928 - 1988

 

Royce Hall. Renovation. 1984

 

Royce Hall. Reopening. 1998 Apr.

General note

Celebration of Royce Hall reopening after seismic renovations.
 

Sailing Club.

General note

Administered by: Cultural and Recreational Affairs.
 

Salaries (staff/academic).

 

Samahang Pilipino.

 

Santa Monica.

 

Satyr [ASUCLA humor magazine].

General note

SEE ALSO: April Fool's student newspapers [OVERSIZE]; California Daily Bruin (Banquet Edition); Hell's Bells [OVERSIZE]; Humor [UCLA]; Scop [ASUCLA humor magazine].
 

Schoenberg (Arnold) Hall.

General note

Construction completed 1955; Welton Beckett & Associates, architect. Dedicated 1956 May 15 to Arnold Schoenberg, UCLA Professor of Music (1936-1944). Also known as the Schoenberg Music Building.
 

School of Library Service. SEE: Library Service, School of.

 

Scop. [ASUCLA humor magazine]

Scope and Contents note

Official ASUCLA humor magazine; first published Summer 1945 (volume 1).

General note

SEE ALSO: April Fool's student newspapers [OVERSIZE]; California Daily Bruin (Banquet Edition); Hell's Bells [OVERSIZE]; Humor [UCLA]; Satyr [ASUCLA humor magazine].
 

Sculpture Garden. SEE: Murphy (Franklin D.) Sculpture Garden.

General note

SEE ALSO: Gardens.
 

Seal of the University of California.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: The Seal of the University of California: Its Design and Symbolism by Leonard Wilson - radio talk on KPO radio, University of California, Berkeley (1932 April 25).
 

Security Studies Project.

 

Security Supervisor.

Scope and Contents note

Items relating to the classification and security of information handled at UCLA.

General note

Security Supervisor appointed by the UCLA Chancellor. Includes: UCLA Standard Practice Procedures Manual for Safeguarding Classified Information (1966, UCLA Assistant Chancellor for Research).
 

Senior Pilgrimage.

General note

Annual 'pilgrimage' across campus by the graduating UCLA Senior Class on graduation day.
 

September 11th.

 

Severance Club. 1906

 

Sexual Harassment.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (UCLA, c.1995).
 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1929.
 

Sigma Chi [UCLA Fraternity]. Delta Eta chapter.

General note

Established at UCLA in 1947.
 

Sigma Delta Tau [UCLA Sorority].

 

Sigma Nu [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1930.
 

Sigma Pi [UCLA Fraternity]. Upsilon chapter.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "The Pioneer" (newsletter).

General note

Established at UCLA in 1923.
 

Sigma Xi [academic fraternity].

General note

National science honorary fraternity.
 

Site selection [of UCLA campus, 1926]. SEE: Campus (Westwood). Site selection.

 

Slichter Hall.

General note

Named after Louis Byrne Slichter, director of the UCLA Institute of Geophysics.
 

Sloan Center on Everyday Lives and Families.

 

Soccer - Men.

 

Social Science Research Institute.

 

Social Sciences Building.

General note

SEE: Bunche (Ralph J.) Hall.
 

Social Sciences Grant Support (SSGS).

General note

Formerly known as Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR). SEE ALSO: Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR).
 

Social Welfare Department.

 

Social Welfare, School of.

 

Sociology Department.

General note

Sociology courses were first offered at UCLA during the 1932-1933 academic year, listed under the Department of Economics. The first curriculum in Sociology was presented in the 1934-1935 UCLA course catalog. A major in Sociology was first listed in the 1939-1940 course catalog, within the Economics and Sociology Department. Sociology was joined with Anthropology as a joint department in the 1940-1941 course catalog. The Department of Sociology became a separate academic unit as of July 1, 1963. SEE ALSO: Anthropology and Sociology Department.
 

Softball (women).

 

Software Service Center. c. 1985

Scope and Contents note

Includes Software Service Center brochure.

General note

Center established to assist campus software developers to increase awareness of software being developed on campus, to promote campus-developed software and to facilitate its distribution and publication. Center located in Office of Contract and Grant, Administration. SEE ALSO: Computing (at UCLA).
 

Song Girls.

General note

SEE ALSO: Card Stunts; Mascot; Spirit Squad.
 

Songs, song books. c.1925-

General Physical Description note: booklets, record disc (78 rpm), song books

General note

Includes: information on "Strike Up the Band," lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by George F. Gershwin; sound recording by Earl Burtnett and His Orchestra. SEE ALSO: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). Class songs.
 

Sophomore News.

 

Sororities (UCLA - general).

General note

SEE ALSO: Greek organizations; Fraternities (UCLA-general); Interfraternity Council; Panhellenic; name of sorority.
 

Southern Campus (UCLA yearbook).

General note

Selected years of 'Southern Campus' yearbook include a long playing (l.p.) sound recording insert: 1953-1958.
 

Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF).

General note

The Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF) was constructed in 1987; Leidenfrost/Horowitz and Associates, architect.
 

Space Science Program.

 

Spanish and Portuguese, Department of.

 

Spanish, Department of.

 

Spaulding Field.

 

Speakers Bureau.

General note

SEE ALSO: Media Guides to UCLA. The Speakers Bureau was established in 1972 by the UCLA Alumni Association.
 

Special Education - "The Exceptional Child". 1951

 

Spirit Squad.

Scope and Contents note

Spirit Squad is comprised of four groups: Cheerleaders (12 persons); Dancers (10 persons); Mascots (4 persons); and Yell Crew (4 persons).

General note

SEE ALSO: Card Stunts; Mascot; Song Girls.
 

Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All American Awards. 1941

 

Spring Festival [UC Southern Branch].

 

Spring Sing.

General note

Instituted c.1945 as a singing competition among the UCLA fraternities, Spring Sing has been variously sponsored by the UCLA Greek Week Committee or the UCLA Student Alumni Association. SEE ALSO: Greek Sing.
 

Sproul Hall.

 

Stadium (Westwood campus).

 

Staff and Faculty Counseling Center.

 

Staff Assembly.

 

Staff Personnel Department.

General note

SEE ALSO: Campus Human Resources; Employee Benefits; Personnel.
 

Statistics and facts (about UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes miscellaneous statistical profiles and UCLA facts (academic programs, research, etc.) SEE ALSO: Analysis and Information Management (AIM).
 

Step Dancing (stepping).

 

Stevens House.

General note

Stevens House opened in Februrary 1948 by the Intercultural Associates to provide inter-racial and cooperative housing for women students who attend UCLA. The house was named after Episcopal Church Bishop W. Bertrand Stevens who, at the time, was head of UCLA's University Religious Conference.
 

Stone Canyon Dam.

 

Store [Ackerman]. see: UCLA Store.

 

Strategic Planning Committee.

General note

Established in 1986 to coordinate and integrate strategic planning efforts conducted on departemental levels to formulate a campuswide mission and set of institutional goals and strategies.
 

Strike. 1970 May

General note

UCLA campus demonstrations and the closing of the campus in response to the invasion of Cambodia (Vietnam War) and to the shootings of students at Kent State University; also referred to as the "state of emergency." SEE ALSO: Communism; Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA); Moratorium History Committee; Student Activism; Students for a Democratic Society (SDS); War Moratorium. Also: Student Activism files (Record Series 259).
 

Student Activism.

Scope and Contents note

Includes pamphlets, handouts, statements produced by UCLA students; arranged chronologically.

General note

SEE ALSO: Communism (UCLA campus); Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA); Strike; Students for a Democratic Society (SDS); Student Activism (Record Series 259).
 

Student Affirmative Action (SAA).

Scope and Contents note

Information on the recruiting and enrollment of UCLA students. Includes: "Graduate and Professional Student Affirmative Action Plan for the 1980s" (1979).

General note

SEE ALSO: Academic Advancement Program (AAP); Affirmative Action; Disadvantaged students [program]; Diversity; Ethnic Survey; High Potential Program.
 

Student Awards and Prizes.

 

Student Body President's Council.

 

Student Cultural Commission (UCLA).

 

Student Exams.

 

Student government.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: student election handouts; UCLA Student Executive Council rosters, 1919/1920 to 1996/1997.
 

Student grades.

General note

SEE ALSO: Dean of Men.
 

Student Health Services.

 

Student Newspapers.

 

Student Prizes and Awards.

 

Student Relief Council.

Scope and Contents note

Includes issue of "Student Relief Bulletin" (vol. 1:1, 1939 October 9).

General note

Depression era student organization which advocated an increase in the number of campus student jobs and an increase in student wages.
 

Student Store [ASUCLA].

 

Student Support Committee for Ethnic Studies.

 

Student Teaching [re: Teaching Credential]. see also: Teachers College; University Elementary School (UES).

 

Student Transportation and Parking.

 

Students (UCLA). 1920-

Scope and Contents note

Ephemera and information related to UCLA student life; arranged chronologically by year.
 

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).

Scope and Contents note

Includes issues of "Aardvark" [newsletter].

General note

SEE ALSO: Communism; Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA); Strike; Student Activism. Also: Student Activism (Record Series 259).
 

Study Commission on University Governance. 1968

 

Stunt Ranch Santa Monica Mountains Reserve (UCLA).

General note

The Stunt Ranch is part of the University of California Natural Reserve System.
 

Substance Abuse Policy.

 

Suicide Prevention - A Guide for UCLA.

 

Summer Sessions, Office of.

 

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center.

 

Surgery, Department of.

 

SWAC [National Bureau of] Standards Western Automatic Computer. SEE: Computers (at UCLA).

 

Swimming and Diving (women's).

 

Symposia, Los Angeles.

 

Tau Kappa Epsilon [UCLA Fraternity]. Alpha Omega chapter.

 

Teacher Education Program (TEP).

General note

See also: Center X.
 

Teachers College (UCLA). SEE ALSO: Student Teaching.

General note

In 1922 the teacher training courses of the Souther Branch of the University of California (aka UCLA) were organized as a Teachers College.
 

Teaching Assistant (TA).

General note

In general, UCLA teaching assistant positions are assigned to graduate students; see also under: Instructional Development, Office of (OID).
 

Telecommuting.

 

Television. see: Radio and Television.

 

Tennis (womens').

 

Theater Arts Department.

Scope and Contents note

Includes several issues of "Campus Theater Spotlight" (1949-1950).

General note

Later renamed the Theater Department. First offered a Motion Picture specialization as of 1964-1965 academic year.

SEE ALSO: Theater, Film and Television, School of; Film and Television Department.
 

Theater productions - Greek plays. 1918-1929

Scope and Contents note

List of Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) students and UCLA students who participated in campus productions of Greek plays. Organized alphbetically by name of student; includes name of play and year of production. James Klain, compiler.
 

Theater productions - student participants. 1919-1992

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetical lists of UCLA students who participated in campus theater productions (1919-1992) as actors, stage hands, etc. James Klain, compiler.
 

Theater, Film and Television, School of.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "History of Theater, Film, and Television Curricula at UCLA" (Sarah T. Ellis, 2010).

General note

As of the 1990/1991 academic year, the restructuring of the College of Fine Arts resulted in the establishment of two schools: 1) School of the Arts, and 2) School of Theater, Film, and Television, formerly the Department of Film and Television.

SEE ALSO: Film and Television Department; Motion Picture Division; Theater Arts Department.
 

Theatre Group (UCLA University Extension).

General note

Founded in 1959 by Abbott Kaplan, Director of UCLA Extension, and operated under the auspices of the Extension Division as an experiment in campus-based professional theater. In 1969 the Theatre Group ended its affiliation with UCLA and relocated to the Los Angeles Music Center as resident dramatic company, the Center Theatre Group of Los Angeles.
 

Thesis and Dissertation.

 

Theta Chi [UCLA Fraternity]. Beta Alpha chapter.

General note

Established at UCLA in 1928.
 

Theta Delta Chi [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1929.
 

Theta Kappa Phi Sorority.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Teiko Nishi Ikemoto's 2000 May 23 transcript of oral history interview with Ellen Dang (interviewee).
 

Theta Xi [UCLA Fraternity].

 

Title IX women's sports. SEE: Athletics. Women's sports.

 

Towell Library.

General note

Towell Library opened September 21, 1992 and served as the 'temporary Powell Library' while the Powell Library Building was undergoing seismic renovation, September 1992 to August 1996. The renovated Powell Library was rededicated on September 12, 1996 and opened to the public on September 24, 1996. SEE ALSO: Library. College Library; Powell Library.
 

Track and Field (women's).

 

Trademarks and Licensing.

 

Traditions.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "UCLA Traditions: a collection of stories, customs, rituals." (UCLA Alumni Association, c.1993).

General note

SEE ALSO: History of UCLA.
 

Transportation Services. SEE: Parking and Transportation Services.

 

Travel.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: [UCLA] Summary of Travel Regulations (1977); UCLA Travel Information Guide (c.1987).
 

Trees on Ground, Los Angeles.

 

UC Policies and Procedures.

 

UC Student Lobby. UCLA Annex.

General note

Full name: University of California Student Lobby. UCLA Annex.
 

UCLA Band. SEE: Band (UCLA).

 

UCLA Foundation.

General note

SEE ALSO: Campaigns [fund raising]; Endowments; Gifts to UCLA.
 

UCLA History Project.

 

UCLA History. SEE: History of UCLA.

 

UCLA Librarians Association.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Marcia Endore, Editor. "Goals for UCLA Librarians" (1969)

General note

SEE ALSO: Librarians Association of the University of California - Los Angeles (LAUC-LA).
 

UCLA Medal.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: UCLA Medal Citations: an Archival Compilation (1979-1998)

General note

Created in 1979 by Chancellor Charles E. Young, the UCLA Medal is the university's highest honor. Medal pays "tribute to national and international leaders in government, education, science, industry, the arts and culture, as well as key figures in UCLA's development...[as a] research university."
 

UCLA on the Move. 1969

Scope and Contents note

Publicity brochures for sale of book: UCLA on the Move.
 

UCLA Store.

 

UCLA Story, The (film).

 

UCLA Today [newsletter].

General note

Back issues available online (1992 jan 10; 1993 jan 14-): www.today.ucla.edu
 

Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "UCLA Admitted Student Survey Report, 2007" (2008 April).
 

Undergraduate Students Association.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: "Constitution of the Undergraduate Students Association."

General note

Regularly enrolled undergraduate UCLA students are members of the UCLA Undergraduate Students Association.
 

UniCamp.

General note

Founded in 1935 as a Depression-era relief project for needy children, UniCamp is the official charity of the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA).
 

Union Oil Company.

 

United Mexican American Students of UCLA. (UMAS)

 

University and External Relations.

 

University Archives. SEE: Library, University Archives.

 

University Committee on Vietnam (UCV).

General note

A UCLA faculty organization in support of peace candidates (c.1965); also sponsored a speakers' bureau "to discuss the the Vietnam issue."
 

University Cricket Club.

General note

Documentation of UCLA cricket as of 1948 [source: 'Los Angeles Times,' 1948 Apr 10].
 

University Elementary School (UES).

General note

Robert E. Alexander & Richard Neutra, architects: 1950, 1958-1959, 1966; Barton Phelps & Associates, architect: 1993. 1982 May 26 University Elementary School renamed Corinne A. Seeds University Elemetary School; 2009 March renamed UCLA Lab School. SEE ALSO: Corinne A. Seeds University Elementary School; Seeds Elementary School.
 

University Extension (UNEX).

General note

ca.1916 University of California Regents established Southern California office of the University Extension in the Union League Building (Hill and Second Streets), Los Angeles.
 

University Faculty Club.

General note

See: Faculty Center.
 

University Gardens. SEE: Gardens.

General note

SEE ALSO: Murphy (Franklin D.) Sculptue Garden.
 

University Librarian. SEE: Library. University Librarian.

General note

SEE ALSO: Biographical files under name of University Librarian.
 

University Negro Club. see also: Afrian Americans at UCLA; Black Faculty and Staff Association; Negro History Week.

 

University of California Libraries Plan for Development. 1978 - 1988

 

University of California Libraries Revised Plan for Development. 1988 - 1998

 

University of California Press. see: University Press.

 

University Open Forum, Los Angeles.

 

University Press.

Scope and Contents note

Includes article: Harlan Kessel, "University Press Marketing in the Eighties [1980s]" (1981, SSP Record).
 

University Professors of the University of California.

General note

Instituted in the early 1960's.
 

University Recreation Association (URA).

General note

SEE ALSO: Cultural and Recreational Affairs, Dept. of; Intercollegiate Athletics; Intramural Sports.
 

University Religious Conference.

 

University Religious Conference - History of the University religious Conference at UCLA..

 

University Research Library. see: Library. University Research Library; Library. Charles E. Young Research Library.

General note

Construction completion date: 1964; addition: 1971; Architect: A. Quincey Jones and Emmons; renamed Charles E. Young Research Library, 1998 December 6.
 

University Residence.

 

Urban Planning.

 

USA Patriot Act. see: Patriot Act.

 

USC - UCLA Rivalry.

 

Variety Club of Southern California.

 

Vermont Avenue Campus, Los Angeles.

Scope and Contents note

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) was located at the Vermont Ave. campus - near dowtown Los Angeles - from 1919 September through 1929 June. UCLA relocated to the Westwood campus and was open for classes as of 1929 September.

General note

SEE ALSO: Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS).
 

Veterans (attending UCLA).

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on post-World War II veterans attending UCLA in the G.I. Bill.
 

Veterans Administration (Westwood and Brentwood).

 

Veterans Special Educational Program.

 

Victory Bell.

 

Vietnamese Language and Culture Club.

 

Violence Prevention Policy.

 

Vivarium.

General note

see: Animal Care Facility (Medical Center).
 

Volleyball (men's).

 

Volleyball (women's).

 

Von Grunebaum, Gustave.

 

Walking Tour. see: Campus Tour.

 

War Moratorium. 1969

Scope and Contents note

Relating to the 1969 October 15 national peace demonstration.

General note

SEE ALSO: Communism; Community for Social Education and Awareness (CSEA); Moratorium History Committee (1970 May- ); Student Activism; Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Also: Student Activism files (Record Series 259).
 

War Training Program [World War II]. SEE: Engineering, Science, and Management War Training (ESMWT).

 

Warner Avenue School.

 

Warren (Stafford Leak) Hall.

General note

Originally named Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology Laboratory; construction completed in 1961, Neptune & Thomas, architects. Building renamed for Stafford Leak Warren, first dean of the UCLA School of Medicine (1947-1963) in 1965. SEE ALSO: Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology Laboratory.
 

Water Recources Center.

 

Watts Riots. see also: Civil Unrest.

 

Welcome Day. SEE: Orientation.

 

Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

General note

Regional accreditation association which includes UCLA. Formerly known as the Western College Association.
 

Western College Association. SEE: Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

 

Western Data Processing Center (WDPC).

General note

The Western Data Processing Center (WDPC) was established in November 1956 as a division of the UCLA Graduate School of Business Administration and served as the "nation's first university computer center organized specifically to support education and research in the field of business data processing." Funded in part by a grant from the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). SEE ALSO: Academic Computing, Office of (OAC); Computers (at UCLA); Health Sciences Computer Facility.
 

Westwood [Alumnae] Club.

 

Westwood campus of UCLA. SEE: Campus (Westwood).

 

Westwood Community.

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on: Westwood Village; Westwood ice skating rink; the 'Janss Triangle Affair' (c.1946); Westwood community plan (1971); data regarding properties on Hilgard Ave. and Gayley Ave. (1975 - addresses, ownership, assessments, photographs).
 

Westwood Hall (residence).

 

Westwood Hills Women's Club.

 

Whistleblower Policies.

General note

Mechanism for reporting improper activities by the University of California (UC) or by a University of California employee, including UCLA employees.
 

Wight (Frederic S.) Art Gallery.

General note

SEE ALSO: Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center; Art Gallery; Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA; Museums [at UCLA].
 

Will Rogers Memorial Fund (UCLA).

 

Winslow Arms Dormiitory. 1926 - 1960

 

Women and Philanthropy at UCLA.

General note

Established c.1994
 

Women's Athletics Association (WAA).

 

Women's Intercollegiate Athletics. See: Athletics - Women.

 

Women's League of Los Angeles.

 

Women's Resource Center.

General note

The Women's Resource Center was established in 1972 as a volunteer effort by women students, staff, and faculty "concerned about the unmet needs of campus women."
 

Women's Rights Committee (UCLA).

 

Women's Studies Program.

General note

Established in 1975 as an interdisciplinary academic program which focuses on the study of women - their social contributions and cultural experiences - into traditional academic fields, drawing on new research and theories. SEE ALSO: Center for the Study of Women.
 

Wooden (John R.) Classic. [Men's basketball tournament] 1994-

General note

1994 Dec - inaugural season of John R. Wooden Classic; tournament location: The Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim (California).
 

Wooden (John R.) Recreation and Sports Center.

General note

Wooden Center opened April 1983. Named after John R. Wooden, UCLA Men's Basketball coach (1949-1975).
 

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship (UCLA).

 

World Arts and Cultures/Dance Department (WAC/D).

General note

In 1995 the World Arts and Cultures Interdepartmental Program merged with the Dance Department to form the World Arts and Cultures Department; c.2012 renamed the World Arts and Cultures/Dance Department (WAC/D). SEE ALSO: Dance Department; Physical Education for Women Department.
 

World War I (1914-1918).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: program for special assembly "Federal Class."

General note

A collegiate unit of the Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.) was established at the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS] in 1918. The LASNS was also the site of a U.S. Army program to train men--the "Fighting Mechanics"--in mechanical repairs (engines, sheet metal, telegraphy, etc.) in support of the war effort.
 

World War II (1939-1945).

Scope and Contents note

Includes copy of "We Remember World War II" - several rememberances describe UCLA campus life c.1941-1960: Dewey Ajioka, Arthur A. Bovero, Mana Cohen, Roger J. Graham, Lester Wagner (UCLA 1948), Emily Winkler.

General note

SEE ALSO: Japanese American Evacuation and Relocation; Engineering, Science, and Management War Training (ESMWT); Navy V-12 Program.
 

Writer's Congress.

 

Writing Center.

 

Young Hall.

General note

Constructed in 1952 as the Chemistry-Geology Building; renamed Young Hall in 1970 July in honor of William Gould Young.
 

Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA)

 

Young Republicans (Bruin Young Republicans).

Scope and Contents note

Includes: issue of 'The Republic' [newsletter]
 

Young Research Library. SEE: Library. Charles E. Young Research Library.

 

Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA).

 

Young, Charles E. Library Dedication Exhibition. 1998 Jun 31

 

Zeta Beta Tau [UCLA Fraternity].

General note

Established at UCLA in 1927.
 

Zeta Tau Alpha [UCLA Sorority].

General note

Became inactive 1965.
 

Zip Code.

 

Zoology - Fisheries Program.

 

Oversize Subject Files (Reference Collection) Series 2. 1881-

 

April Fool's newspapers.

General Physical Description note: oversize

Scope and Contents note

Newspapers issued on April 1 (April Fool's Day) and distributed on campus; includes: 'Weekly Ruin' (1962).

General note

SEE ALSO: California Daily Bruin (Banquet Edition) [student humor newspaper]; Hells Bells [student humor newspaper]; Scop [ASUCLA humor magazine]
 

Campus [Westwood]. Site selection.

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Proposed University Sites (c.1925).
 

Daily Bruin [UCLA student newspaper].

Scope and Contents note

Includes issue of 'California Daily Bruin Magazine' (1936 December 11; v.1:1).
 

Hell's Bells. 1925-1929

 

International Students Association.

Scope and Contents note

Includes copies of "UCLA International Quarterly" (newsletter).
 

Library.

 

Mardi Gras [UCLA].

General note

A student-run event which began ca.1943, UCLA's Mardi Gras evolved into an annual event to raise funds in support of various charities such as UCLA's International House (1945) and UCLA's UniCamp (1947-ca.1990).
 

Student Activism.

 

Students.

 

University Extension (UNEX).

 

Westwood Community.

General note

Also known as Westwood Village.
 

Wooden (John R.) Recreation and Sports Center.

General note

Wooden Center opened April 1983. Named after John R. Wooden, UCLA Men's Basketball coach (1949-1975).