On the Right Track

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Transit expert Ethan Elkind’s lecture at UCLA Luskin covers railways in Los Angeles from the 1800s to today

Public Policy Organization’s Volunteer Day Highlights Community Service

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Students, staff and faculty mark presidential transition in a non-partisan way and ‘do good where it is needed’

Luskin Lecture to Peer Into Future of an Aging America

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AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins seeks to ‘disrupt aging’ with a fresh outlook on the nation’s increasingly older population

Responding to the Call in a ‘Post-Truth’ World

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UCLA Luskin organizes a daylong exercise of teaching and learning in response to uncertainty and fear related to new U.S. presidential administration

A Career of ‘Depth and Quality’

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Michael Storper, distinguished professor of regional and international development, receives American Association of Geographers’ Distinguished Scholarship Honors

Taking the Fight for LGBT Health Equity to the Streets

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UCLA Luskin Social Welfare professor Ian Holloway earns national recognition for his groundbreaking research

A Day of Teaching, Ideas and Action

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Organized by UCLA Luskin’s Institute on Inequality and Democracy, J18 at UCLA will feature activists, artists and authors addressing social justice issues related to the U.S. presidential transition

'A Mission I Can Embrace'

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New Dean Gary Segura discusses his first 100 days, and why UCLA Luskin is the ‘right fit’ for him

3 Alumni Are True Change Agents

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Founders of Estolano LeSar Perez Advisors have employed a steady stream of UCLA Luskin Urban Planning graduates and student interns

A Crash Course in Politics

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During an election year, Public Policy alumni are even more likely than usual to get engaged in the democratic process.