Grantee Profile

University of California, Los Angeles

Grants to University of California, Los Angeles

  • $463,000Active Strategy

    2012 (Inactive Grant)

    Community & Economic Development

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — The Consortium for Police Leadership in Equity is a University of California, Los Angeles-based organization that undertakes analyses and provides technical advice to improve law enforcement. In a collaboration with Foundation-funded researchers at Northwestern University who are undertaking a comprehensive evaluation of major reforms in the Chicago Police Department, the Consortium will examine one aspect of this broader reform effort--whether police reform results in changes in police officers’ treatment of citizens and whether improved police-minority community relations result.

  • $356,953

    2003 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — In support of the Network on Youth Mental Health Care (over four years).

  • $475,000

    2001 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To increase the use of scientifically validated psychological and pharmacological treatments for children and adolescents.

  • $102,339

    2002 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To analyze the treatment of depression in disadvantaged populations (over two years).

  • $15,638

    1990 (Inactive Grant)

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To support the conference "Democratization in Central/Eastern Europe and Latin America: Political Practice and Regime Transitions."

  • $25,000

    1989 (Inactive Grant)

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To publish the book "Chemical Dependence," by Murray Jarvik.

  • $20,000

    1989 (Inactive Grant)

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To publish the book "Stress," by Herbert Weiner.

  • $103,500

    1986 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To support participation in the Network on the Determinants and Consequences of Health-Promoting and Health-Damaging Behavior.

  • $130,000

    1984 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To support the project Determinants of Nicotine-Seeking Behavior: Stress and Nicotine Levels (over two years).

  • $28,000

    1984 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — To support a prototype shared database for psychophysiological research.

The MacArthur Foundation awarded University of California, Los Angeles $1,719,430 between 1978 and 2016.