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AISC’s New Website Launches Today!

Over the summer we have been hard at work on a significant redesign project, including undertaking major changes to our logo, newsletter, and website, which launches today! Click here to see our new look, which was result of a team effort, led by Publications Manager, Pamela Grieman, and Web & Media Arts Coordinator, Jamie Chan.  The website will be the place to go to find updates on all the Center’s work and events, including cutting edge information about UCLA, our faculty, our community, and the issues that affect Native peoples in and beyond California.


AISC’s New's New Logo


AISC’s New e-Newsletter Look

AISC_logo.pngAISC worked with the indigenous design company, Buffalo Nickel Creative, to create an innovative new Center logo. Its simplicity and minimal design retain the look of the bear, but with a more modern, clean feel. We hope you love it as much as we do!


As part of the rebranding process, AISC has redesigned the e-newsletter to incorporate the new logo and new colors of the website.


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