The first university-run channel on YouTube – original content just got smarter

On March 1, University of California Television (UCTV) will launch a new YouTube original channel, UCTV Prime, the first university-run channel to be included among YouTube’s new production partnerships with such recognizable brands as the Wall Street Journal, Madonna and TED 다운로드.

Each week, UCTV Prime will debut 15 minutes of fresh content.

The channel’s inaugural effort, the first installment of a four-part documentary mini-series called “Naked Art,” which explores UC’s preeminent art collections 영화 된장 다운로드.

via UCLA Today

Reflections on the diverse definitions, purposes and modes of public art from UC campuses and elsewhere, including comments by artists, curators, students and other participants 다운로드.

 

The featured playlists so far are:

  • Science
  • Health/Medicine
  • Explorations in Art
  • Election Analysis
  • Research Developments

Watch more at www.youtube.com/uctvprime and www.uctv.tv/prime 다운로드.

New book chronicles the history of UCLA from farmland to world-class public research university

Of the many photographs in a new history of UCLA, one is especially arresting. The photo, from April 1929, shows the school’s first four buildings on its soon-to-open Westwood campus with little else around for miles but rolling hills and a few  houses 텔레그램 파일 다운로드. “The campus is so far out in the country that it’s obvious only farmers will ever be the students’ neighbors,” the caption reads, quoting a not-particularly-far-sighted journalist at the time 낭만닥터 김사부 무료.

Clearly, the growth of UCLA and surrounding Westside neighborhoods was never a given. The school’s unusual journey to academic prominence — with political intrigue and student unrest along the way — is the basic narrative of “UCLA: The First Century,” a lavish 360-page coffee table book by Marina Dundjerski 다운로드.

Pushing against the Berkeley-centric education establishment, Southern Californians undertook…

read – 100 years of UCLA on your coffee table

UCLA in 1929

 

Learn more about the book, UCLA: The First Centuryand about the UCLA History Project 다운로드.