As State budget cuts impact classes and increases fees, UC students voice their concerns. The Financial Times reports:
The UC system’s public mission was established in 1960 by Pat Brown, the former governor and father of Jerry Brown, California’s attorney-general, who hopes to replace Arnold Schwarzenegger as governor at the end of this year.
Gang prevention program Homeboy Industries, a study group for Professor Jorja Leap, is featured on Anderson Cooper 360. More about the feature can be found, in a new window, here.
Molly Selvin, School of Public Affairs Senior Fellow and assistant dean at Southwestern School of Law, joined authors Sharon Meers and Joanna Strober as the moderator of a career services-sponsored event, "Getting to 50/50, How Working Couples Can Have It All" held in the UCLA School of Public Affairs building on February 25, 2010.
The 2010 Bollens-Ries-Hoffenberg lecture at UCLA, co-sponsored by the UCLA School of Public Affairs with the UCLA Department of Political Science, presented representative Henry Waxman, who talked to constituents and answered questions about the Democratic Party legislative agenda and ways Congress was working to meet the current economic challenges.
Professor Mark Kleiman of the Department of Public Policy shares expert commentary on the subject of narcotics on the series, "Taboo," premiering this month on the National Geographic channel.
"No society's ever had as many recreational drugs, or mind-altering drugs, available to it, as we now have available to us." comments Kleiman.
The program airs on Sunday, February 7 at 3 p.m., check for additional air dates.
A post from Dean Frank Gilliam, who is currently traveling in China...
It took us about an hour by train to get from Beijing to Tianjin. After our arrival, we went directly to Tianjin University and the Urban Planning Exhibition Center (pictured below). Shortly, I'll be meeting with the governor of the Tianjin Municipal Government, who runs the sixth largest provincial government in China.
Here are some more photos from my trip: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43050553@N06/sets/72157623345535184/show/