Revitalizing Cities with 'Urban Acupuncture'

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Renowned planner Jaime Lerner shared his views on building cities in Brazil at the inaugural Global Public Affairs at UCLA Luskin lecture.

L.A. Charitable Giving Still Lagging Behind Pre-Recession Levels

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The Center for Civil Society's new study, co-authored by Paul Ong, shows slow recovery in L.A. County's nonprofit sector

Youth Internet Safety: Risks, Responses, and Research Recommendations

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Professor John Villasenor identifies gaps in existing knowledge concerning internet safety.

Luskin Lecture Spurs Conversation on Poverty in America

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Event featured screening of documentary "American Winter" followed by panel discussion.

Staying Power: Social Welfare Alumni Making a Difference on Skid Row

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After 20 years, the Field Education module on Skid Row continues to inspire students to help end homelessness.

Alumni Gather to Remember the Early Days of Social Welfare at UCLA

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Graduates from the 1950s and 1960s were honored at a luncheon celebration bridging then and now

The Do’s and Don’ts of Professional Etiquette

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Urban Planning alumnus Jonathan P. Bell will lead a workshop for all UCLA Luskin students on October 20.

Is Revival of Downtown L.A. Real?

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Urban Planning professor Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris and other panelists agree that balance of power is shifting.

Why Blaming Health Care Workers Who Get Ebola Is Wrong

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Policy professor John Villasenor argues that data and statistical methods can protect health workers.

UCLA Ranked in Top Five Urban Planning Programs

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The Department of Urban Planning was named the fourth best planning program in North America by Planetizen.