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Youths Aged 13 to 18 Sought for UCLA Study Examining Risk Factors Associated With Adolescent Depression

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
Youths aged 13 to 18 are being sought by UCLA researchers for a study designed to identify the risk factors that may lead to adolescent depression and explore how the illness may disrupt the transition to adulthood. Both adolescents who are sufferin...
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UCLA EXTENDS REACH TO SHAPE GREAT FUTURES

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
School of LawNationwide Outreach and Information     Three UCLA students (from left), Elizabeth Saucedo, Denise Culver and Mary Cain, work on materials they will later use to teach high school students study skills. Forums. A series of informational ...
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UC TASK FORCE OFFERS ACTION PLAN FOR SYSTEM

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   In the months since the Board of Regents approved recommendations of a systemwide task force on university outreach, UC officials have fanned out across the country to publicize how the system will re-energize its efforts to ensure diversity absent ...
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TRAINING TEACHERS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Since 1994, the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies’ Teachers Education Program (TEP) has focused specifically on the teaching challenges that are unique to the urban schools of greater Los Angeles.    The goal has been how to best ...
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STUDENTS SEE UCLA AS MULTICULTURAL HAVEN

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   She compared degree programs. She studied diversity statistics. But it was the sense of community and the support programs at UCLA that convinced Kendra Fox-Davis to make Westwood her academic address.   “What made the difference for me was seeing ...
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OUTREACH RESOURCE GUIDE

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
    * The UCLA Outreach Steering Committee, appointed by Chancellor Carnesale, is cochaired by Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Winston Doby and Dean of the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies Theodore Mitchell.  Committee members ...
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PIPELINE FOR GRAD STUDENTS BEGINS IN K-12 CLASSROOMS

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Imagine a UCLA grad student answering questions from a classroom filled with third graders. The topic? Graduate school.   “We are beginning our outreach efforts at much earlier stages than ever before,” said Jim Turner, assistant vice chancellor of ...
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PANEL BRINGS CAMPUS PROGRAMS INTO FOCUS

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Chancellor Albert Carnesale sums up the scope of the challenge facing the UCLA Outreach Steering Committee in a single word: enormous.   Outreach is nothing new to UCLA. A 1994 survey of UCLA’s K-12 activities identified more than 250 programs ...
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A PAINSTAKING SELECTION PROCESS

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   With a record 32,600 freshman applications received for fall 1998, UCLA remains the most sought-after campus in the UC system and the country’s most popular university. In the last five years, UCLA’s applicant pool increased nearly 50%, making ...
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OUTREACH IN BRIEF

Mar 22, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
California Subject Matter Projects.   Projects in the arts, history/social studies, mathematics, reading and literature, science and writing are components of a statewide professional-development network administered by the UC Office of the President. ...
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