A professor emeritus of economics and mathematics at UCLA, Lloyd Shapley, was awarded Monday the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics Sciences.
The plea was entered by Superior Court Judge Shelly Torrealba after the defense attorney for Patrick Harran objected to entering a plea at this time.
A UC Irvine professor pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to 10 arson charges related to a a series of fires and an alleged plot to attack a Irvine high school.
A university professor who wrote emails outlining a plan to attack a California high school wrote an additional email that described his attempts to burn the high school and the home of the assistant principal who disciplined his son shortly before the teen committed suicide.
Prosecutors allege Rainer Reinscheid was searching the Internet for information on guns, fertilizer and auto explosions before his arrest on arson charges.
Rainer Klaus Reinscheid allegedly planned to burn down University High School, commit sexual assaults, and kill school officials and students before killing himself.
Mohammed Morsi calls Southern California home to at least some of his academic roots.
A federal agency says Chapman University has agreed to pay $175,000 to settle a sex discrimination case over a film professor’s failure to obtain tenure.
Serious concerns are being raised about safety at a number of crossings along the the Metro Expo Line in downtown Los Angeles.
The college professor accused of leading a drug-dealing motorcycle gang plead not guilty Friday.
San Bernardino County authorities say a fugitive university professor avoided arrest by having a bondsman post his bond this week.
Steve Kinzey, 45, has been on the lam for a week following a raid on a suspected methamphetamine drug ring in San Bernardino.
A mass exodus of young children is underway in the Southland, a trend one researcher warns could lead to a critical shortage of workers in the future.
Ambassador Doug Kmiec is accused of excessively writing and speaking about his Catholic religious beliefs — the very job he says the president called him to do.
Professor John Bailey is quoted as saying, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but watching naked people on stage doing pleasurable things will never hurt you.”