Effective June 1, the ROP program UCLA launched as part of its research ramp-up plan will no longer be required for research and creative activities, either on campus or in the field. Additional restrictions will also be lifted.
Up to four undergraduate researchers, undertaking necessary safety precautions, may be allowed to work in person in a lab under a current research operational plan.
UCLA’s vice chancellor for research outlines the current status of Phase 3 activities related to undergraduate students, field research activities and research-related travel.
With UCLA leaders deciding that the campus’s research ramp-up can move into its next phase, Vice Chancellor for Research and Creative Activities Roger Wakimoto outlines the new developments.
With vaccinations underway and new COVID-19 cases decreasing, UCLA leaders will discuss new opportunities for spring, plans for fall and the ramping-up of research activities.
With the decline in positive COVID-19 cases and the progress made toward vaccinating research personnel, UCLA is allowing new research operational plans to be submitted.
These new services will help bolster the resumption of research activities during phase 2 of the campus’s research ramp-up plan.
Even as processes and policies will continue to evolve as the situation changes, UCLA shares information about some of the key procedures the university has in place now.
UCLA will begin a gradual resumption of research activities on June 8, when we begin phase 2 of our ramp-up plan.
Although we are living through a time where so much can feel outside of our control, we want to make sure that students reach out for support.
To the Campus Community: It has been just over two months since I communicated the need to ramp down on-campus research
To the Campus Community: I appreciate your efforts to develop strategies for ramping down on-campus research activities following my March 17
To the Campus Community: This message is sent with gratitude for your patience while we navigate the ever-changing environment of
To the Campus Community: There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 on the UCLA campus at this time, however, in