Women & Philanthropy is comprised of a group of like-minded women who participate in and promote volunteer and philanthropic leadership at UCLA. The program seeks to attract and mentor the next generation of philanthropic leaders on campus. It is a community of knowledgeable, unique, powerful voices who are moving the university ahead by addressing its current needs – and creating new possibilities for the future.
The following is a sampling of the many opportunities our members have created for both faculty and student excellence, and for community impact:
- The Ralph and Shirley Shapiro International Fellows Program
- The Maxine and Eugene Rosenfeld Chair in Computational Genetics
- The Monica Salinas Health Equity Fund in Public Health
- The Marianne Murphy Play Reading Series
- The Carol L. Collins UES Principal’s Chair
- The Agi Hirshberg Center for Pancreatic Diseases
Hear from UCLA’s star faculty about their groundbreaking research:
Andrea Ghez, UCLA professor of astronomy, talks about the black hole at the center of our galaxy.
UCLA law professor Ann Carlson shares her big UCLA ideas.
Ann Philbin, director of the Hammer Museum at UCLA, talks about promoting “the art of our time.”