Twice each year, UCLA Luskin produces a series of stories to highlight our latest projects, publicize recent research advances and introduce our alumni and friends to the various personalities who make the School special. Those stories are collected in a printed magazine known as the Luskin Forum and also distributed via our website. Here is a snapshot of the most recent Luskin Forum.

Featured Stories

Can L.A. Fix its Broken Planning System?

UCLA Luskin urban planners discuss the challenges — and possible solutions — to L.A.’s development woes.

Proud to be Part of the Luskin Community

International students share their experiences, dreams and awareness of anxiety in an uncertain world.

Stories From Previous Issues

Urban Planning Alumni Are True Change Agents

Three graduates of the UCLA Luskin Urban Planning program are fulfilling a shared vision of diversity and innovation. Their goal? Change the world.

A Crash Course in Politics

For Master of Public Policy alumni, 2016 was a time to run, to rally and, sometimes, to rant. Here are profiles of three recent UCLA Luskin graduates.

A Lifetime Dedicated to Social Welfare

In a Q&A, five MSW alumni — ages 76 to 92 and all still working on social issues — recall their time at UCLA and how it shaped their lives.

‘A Mission I Can Embrace’

On Jan. 1, Gary M. Segura began his tenure as Dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. He discusses his new role in a Q&A.

PDF Archive

If you prefer to view the current issue or an older edition in the form in which it was printed, click here to access our archive of PDFs from the past few years.