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Photography: Todd Cheney, Kathleen Copenhaver, Stephanie Diani, James Hudgens, Reed Hutchinson, Vanessa Muros, Christoph Niemann, Scott Quintard, Karen Robbins, Jack Rosner, William Short, Maryann Stuehrmann, Andrew Wyatt, Omar M. Yaghi and Hexiang “DJ” Deng. Special thanks to College of Letters and Science, School of the Arts and Architecture, School of Engineering, School of Nursing, School of Public Health, Cultural and Recreational Affairs, Education Abroad Program, Film and Television Archive, Fowler Museum, Fraternity and Sorority Relations, Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Housing Services, Library, Quarter in Washington DC Program, University Communications, Volunteer Center, and World Arts and Cultures for contributing photographs from their collections. Alan Nyiri, Photographer, Atkinson Photographic Archive, UCLA University Archives, Copyright University of California Regents.
Cover, UCLA faculty, students, and research, clockwise from top: 1. Robert B. Goldberg, professor of molecular, cell, and developmental biology and Luckman distinguished teaching award recipient, leverages new distance-learning technologies to teach UCLA classses from northern California to Kyoto University. 2. A page of a book from Shakespeare’s time, part of the Paul Chrzanowski collection donated to the Clark Library. 3. Genetic marker study pointing to the origin of dogs in the Middle East, from the research of Robert Wayne, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, and graduate student Bridgett vonHoldt. 4. Chancellor Gene D. Block and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa are welcomed by students at Gompers Middle School to the start of Volunteer Day. 5. Dance student Rachel Lincoln performs a solo work. 6. Illustration of 3-D synthetic DNA-like crystals created by Omar M. Yaghi, professor of chemistry, and graduate student Hexiang “DJ” Deng; the synthetic gene-like structure could capture carbon dioxide emissions. 7. Andrea M. Ghez, professor of astronomy and astrophysics, 2004 Gold Shield Faculty Prize winner and 2008 MacArthur Fellow, discovered and confirmed the existence of a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
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