On UCLA in Downtown L.A. Day, Chancellor Carnesale greets UCLA alumnus and mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. [October 2005]
In full academic regalia, Chancellor Carnesale speaks to the School of Theater, Film and Television at Commencement 2005. [June 2005]
He awarded the UCLA Medal to Anthony Hopkins at the Theater, Film and Television ceremony. At other commencement ceremonies, he presented UCLA Medals to novelist Umberto Eco and architect Frank Gehry.
Chancellor Carnesale speaks about UCLA alumnus and baseball great Jackie Robinson at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. [April 2005]
"On behalf of UCLA, I proudly salute Jackie Robinson, a true champion who will always be a treasured member of the UCLA family and an example to which we can only aspire."
Physics and Astronomy professor Andrea Ghez shares the podium with Chancellor Carnesale at the 95th Faculty Research Lecture. [October 2003]
The twice-yearly Faculty Research Lecture is UCLA’s premier way to honor a member of the faculty. Ghez discussed “Unveiling a Black Hole at the Center of the Milky Way.”
Chancellor Carnesale welcomes the audience to the groundbreaking of the California NanoSystems Institute, CNSI. [February 2003]
One of four UC Institutes for Science and Innovation, CNSI – a partnership of UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, and the public and private sectors – helps to advance the field of nanotechnology, science and engineering performed at the scale of the nanometer.
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan
and Chancellor Albert Carnesale in academic garb at the chancellor's formal inauguration ceremony. [May 1998]