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Very Happy ‘To Be a Part of This’

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Open House brings together students, faculty, staff and alumni from all three UCLA Luskin departments for an evening of celebration
The “Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Prostitution” was co-edited by UCLA Luskin researcher Manisha Shah and Scott Cunningham, associate professor of economics at Baylor University.
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Shining New Light on a ‘Red Light’ Profession

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Oxford handbook co-edited by UCLA Luskin researcher compiles latest economic research on prostitution
Ricardo Quintero, left, UCLA Luskin's interim director of development, works with UCLA students to clear weeds at Wattles Farm. Photo by George Foulsham
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UCLA Luskin Lends a Hand as #BruinsGiveBack

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UCLA Luskin staff members and alumna help out at Wattles Farm as part of UCLA Volunteer Day
“I am honored and excited to be selected as dean of the Luskin School of Public Affairs, and to come to UCLA,” Segura said.
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Gary Segura Named UCLA Luskin Dean

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A faculty member at Stanford since 2008, Segura is the Morris M. Doyle Centennial Professor of Public Policy and professor of political science and Chicana/o studies
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A Guide to Turn the L.A. River Green

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UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation creates a toolkit to help communities navigate paths to improving the river’s greenbelt
A screenshot of the gentrification mapping tool created by UCLA Luskin Urban Planning professors Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris and Paul Ong.
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Gentrification and Displacement in Southern California

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UCLA urban planners release online mapping tool to help analyze impact of developments near Los Angeles area transit projects. The goal? ‘Progress that is fair and just’
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Luskin Urban Planner Receives American Planning Association Scholarship

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Graduate student Ana Bonilla awarded APA’s Judith McManus Price Scholarship for 2016
Children run in the streets of a Mexico City neighborhood as part of the peatoniños project, with streets closed for two hours of play time. Photo courtesy of Laboratorio Para La Ciudad.
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A Summer Spent Tackling Global Challenges

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International Practice Pathway blogs provide a look at life abroad for UCLA Luskin’s Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning students
Ananya Roy, the director of the Institute on Inequality and Democracy, teaches a class at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Photo by Roberto Gudino, Jr.
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On the Meaning of Inequality and Poverty

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In a post written for the Social Science Research Council’s website, the director of UCLA Luskin’s Institute on Inequality and Democracy calls for revived attention to the concept of poverty
The study has been selected for a 2016 Academic Award of Merit by the American Planning Association’s California chapter. Illustration by Roberto Gudino, Jr.
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UCLA Luskin Researchers Receive Statewide Recognition

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Study on parks for senior citizens receives 2016 Academic Award of Merit from the American Planning Association’s California chapter