Entries by Stan Paul

Suicides by Drugs in U.S. Are Undercounted, New Study Suggests Report co-authored by UCLA Luskin professor Mark S. Kaplan finds that a substantial gap between the rates of drug suicides and “accidental” drug deaths is likely due to misclassification

Report co-authored by UCLA Luskin professor Mark S. Kaplan finds that a substantial gap between the rates of drug suicides and “accidental” drug deaths is likely due to misclassification

Social Welfare Revises Academic Program Updated MSW curriculum includes three new concentrations and a leadership component designed to launch students on lifelong, impactful careers helping people who are the most vulnerable

Updated MSW curriculum includes three new concentrations and a leadership component designed to launch students on impactful careers helping vulnerable populations

U.S. Retail Jobs Are Bad — But It Doesn’t Have to Stay That Way A new book co-authored by UCLA Luskin urban planner Chris Tilly challenges the “myth of inevitability” for poor working conditions in America’s largest employment sector

A new book co-authored by UCLA Luskin Urban Planner professor Chris Tilly challenges the “myth of inevitability” for poor working conditions in America’s largest employment sector