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Asian American Studies Alumni Career Panel

The Asian American Studies Department will be partnering with the Asian Pacific Alumni of UCLA and UCLA Alumni Diversity Programs to host their annual career panel that features alumni who majored or studied Asian American Studies to discuss their career paths and trajectories to current students.

ULAA Open House and General Meeting

Join the UCLA Latino Alumni Association for the annual open house and general meeting. Learn more about ULAA and join one of its various committees.

Nikkei Student Union Alumni Dinner

Join us for an alumni dinner with the current members of the UCLA Nikkei Student Union, who will be discussing their recent accomplishments and yearly goals. Reminisce about past experiences and make new ones with fellow NSU Bruin alumni.

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Social Justice Conversation with Common and Angela Davis

Join Common and Angela Davis for an exclusive 1-1 conversation around issues of social justice followed by a powerhouse extended panel discussion with some of the brightest minds in cultural politics!

American Indian Alumni of UCLA Holiday Mixer

Join the American Indian Alumni of UCLA for a holiday mixer. Come to Frida’s in Westwood to enjoy appetizers and drinks and catch up with UCLA alumni and community members.

We will be collecting toys for children of all ages as part of a toy drive for Native foster youth.

UBAA Champagne & Sugar Holiday Party and Toy Drive 2018

Join UBAA in this season of giving as it hosts its annual Champagne and Sugar Holiday Party and Toy Drive! This is a PAID MEMBER (+ 1)-only event! Registration is now open.

ULAA Mentor and Mentee Meet and Greet

The UCLA Latino Alumni Association will be hosting the first meeting between those selected to be part of their mentorship program.

UBAA Doby Legacy Reception

Annual fall fundraising reception held for the Winston C. Dolby Legacy Scholarship with the UCLA Black Alumni Association.


5924 S. Sherbourne Drive
Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Latino Alumni Association presents Fiesta de Inspiración Scholarship Reception 2018

Thursday, October 25
7 p.m.

CKR Law Firm
1800 Century Park E
Los Angeles, CA 90067

For the last 27 years, the UCLA Latino Alumni Association scholarship program has been a pillar of support for the Latino community at UCLA. Thanks to our scholarship endowment we have been able to provide financial, academic, social and professional support to Latino students, faculty and staff.

Celebrate this legacy at the Fiesta de Inspiración Scholarship Reception with appetizers, drinks, and a silent auction, all in support of our scholars.

Azul/Blue: $100 ($80 tax deductible)

Amigo o Amiga /Friend: $250 ($220 tax deductible)

Compadre o Comadre/Supporter: $500 ($470 tax deductible)

Tío o Tía/Advocate: $750 ($720 tax deductible)

Oro/Gold Membership – $1,000 – Oro/Gold ($980 tax deductible)

To make a financial or auction item contribution please contact: Luisa Garcia –

ULAA’s mission is to organize Latin@ alumni, family and friends of UCLA for the benefit and advancement of the Latin@ community, UCLA alumni, students, faculty and staff. Now entering another year, ULAA continues to:

Click here to learn more about the UCLA Latino Alumni Association.

Click here to learn more about upgrading your UCLA Alumni Association membership to Blue or Gold.

Silent auction will also be held during the event benefiting the UCLA Latino Alumni Association Operations Fund. Silent auction purchases are not tax-deductible.

Event & Registration Questions? Please contact Patricia Nguyen,

Affirmative Action Panel

In light of affirmative action returning to the forefront of discussions around education and civil rights, the Asian Pacific Alumni of UCLA and Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA) invite you to join us for a panel discussion that will address issues, arguments (for and against), as well as history of Affirmative Action in the United States.


Lee Cheng
Chief Legal Officer at eForCity Corporation and Secretary of the Asian American Legal Foundation

Nicole Gon Ochi
Supervising Attorney at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles Impact Litigation Unit

Karen Umemoto, M.A. ’89, Ph.D.
Director of UCLA Asian American Studies Center, Professors in the Depart of Urban Planning and  Asian American Studies

Eugene Volokh ’83, J.D. ’92
Gary T. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

Introductions by Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang

The Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA) will be providing 1.5 hours of MCLE (Elimination of Bias) credit.

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Please note: UCLA Alumni Association does not tolerate conduct that is detrimental or inconsistent with the values and spirit of the UCLA True Bruin tradition.