A Crash Course in Politics

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During an election year, Public Policy alumni are even more likely than usual to get engaged in the democratic process.

A Lifetime Dedicated to Social Welfare

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In a Q&A with Luskin Forum magazine, 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 Civics Lesson on L.A., From the Inside

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Three UCLA Luskin School students are gaining real-world experience while working as David Bohnett Fellows at Los Angeles City Hall in Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office while pursuing their graduate degrees

An Academic Space for Activists

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Funmilola Fagbamila and Lisa Hasegawa have been awarded inaugural 2017 UCLA Activist-in-Residence Fellowships by the Institute on Inequality and Democracy and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center

A Multimillion-Dollar Boost to Tackle Transportation Challenges

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UCLA Luskin’s Institute of Transportation Studies is part of grant that will fund a new regional transportation center

UCLA Luskin Diversity Recruitment Fair Has a Message: You Belong Here

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UCLA Luskin School’s first department-wide fair provides encouragement and information to prospective students — and explains why diversity matters

How to Build an Affordable Home: Start With the Framework

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UCLA urban planner provides recommendations for easing existing barriers to affordable housing, one of California’s most pressing issues

The Problems and Possibilities of Parking

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Highlights of the latest issue of the Lewis Center’s ACCESS magazine, which explores the good, the bad and the ugly of parking

Women Provide More ‘Care’ Across Continents and Cultures

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New Luskin Social Welfare faculty member Leyla Karimli is the lead author of a report on unpaid care work and "reality of care" in women’s lives in rural communities around the world

Putting Post-Election Protests in Context

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UCLA Luskin's Zachary Steinert-Threlkeld, an expert on collective action, says mass protests in the U.S. will likely lose steam