‘A Lot of Opportunity’ for Luskin Students

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More than 50 companies and organizations woo students at the UCLA Luskin Career Fair

The Power of Public Radio

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KCRW president speaks to UCLA Luskin students about the role and integrity of her station

Helping America’s Domestic Workers: ‘We Must Do Better’

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In Regents Lecture, Ai-Jen Poo talks about compassion, care and rights for those who take care of others’ families

Sustainable Cities Conference to Include UCLA Luskin Experts

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UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs among co-sponsors of May 16 conference focusing on transforming urban centers into sustainability leaders

Learning Life Lessons About Urban Planning

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Hundreds of L.A. high school students discover meaning of social inequality in city planning during Luskin’s Youth Empowerment Conference.
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The 'Perfect Place' to Explore Urban Planning

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Master of Urban Planning students' research projects are showcased as part of a daylong welcome for admitted students

Examining the Link Between Gun Laws and Suicides

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Luskin professor and his student find that states with most-restrictive gun laws have a reduced rate of firearm suicides among older males

Learning About the ‘Magic of Public Policy’

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Mexico City’s Secretary of Economic Development speaks to UCLA Luskin students about minimum wage, other issues

Deep Divisions Along Class and Racial Lines in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles County Quality of Life Index finds significant concerns about economic distress, other key issues

Perpetuating Cycles of Exclusion

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New study by Luskin professors Paavo Monkkonen MPP '05 and Michael Lens examines how zoning laws in the 100 largest U.S. metro areas reinforce socioeconomic divides