Event celebrating the creation of the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative brings UCLA community together with policymakers to share research and exchange information
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Chef Evan Kleiman of “Good Food” on KCRW leads a moderated discussion on sustainability within the food industry and then helps attendees cook up an example for themselves
In an article that originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times, UCLA Luskin’s Zev Yaroslavsky writes that CBS Television City should be designated a historic site to preserve L.A. history
UCLA Luskin student mentors join with undergraduates to collect more than 1,700 pounds of excess food from farmer’s market
UCLA Luskin Food Mentorship program lets students explore interesting and relevant topics while coordinating a volunteer event at a local organization focused on food issues
Revitalizing a 14-acre garden at the VA campus near UCLA is producing community and health benefits for military veterans.
UCLA Luskin event focuses on power, knowledge and effective tactics to bring about political change.
“Harvesting Change: Fostering Partnerships for Food Security” included food, games and information booths, plus a panel discussion with local leaders in the battle against hunger.
This year, the annual Lake Arrowhead gathering highlights the latest research and most innovative practices from around California and the globe related to questions of land use and climate.
UCLA medical students are again learning from social workers about the issues they face in medical workplaces.