The following message was sent to the UCLA community today from Chancellor Gene D. Block:To the UCLA Community:
I am sad to announce the departure of Frank Gilliam, dean of the Luskin School of Public Affairs and a longtime faculty member, but I am very proud to share the news that he has been named chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His appointment is effective Sept. 8.
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2040, there will be over 6 million more registered Asian American voters in the
U.S. than there are today, an increase of more than 100 percent and proof that
Asian Americans are one of the fastest growing electorates.
By Angel Ibañez
UCLA Luskin Student Writer
When second-year Public Policy student Lt. Michael Fonbuena searched for programs offered by
the Navy to earn his graduate degree while continuing his career in the service, he found the
Career Intermission Program and chose to attend UCLA Luskin.
Aaron Panofsky, a professor of public policy with an appointment at the Institute for Society and Genetics, recently published his book “Misbehaving Science: Controversy and the Development of Behavior Genetics.” The book analyzes the causes and consequences of controversies surrounding behavioral genetics, often leading to debates about race and inequality.
By Alejandra Reyes-VelardeUCLA Luskin Student WriterNurit Katz (MPP ‘08) has been named 2015 alumna of the year by the department of Public Policy for her outstanding work in sustainability and support of the MPP Alumni Fellowship.
UCLA Luskin Career Fair is an opportunity for students and alumni to learn
about current and upcoming job and internship opportunities. Organized by the
Career Services department of Luskin, this year’s fair will be held on
Thursday, April 7.
By Adeney ZoUCLA Luskin Student WriterA team composed of UCLA Luskin and Architecture students find themselves in the finalist round of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s design competition.
By Alejandra Velarde-ReyesUCLA Luskin Student Writer Though Michael Dukakis, the popular three-term Massachusetts governor and 1988 Democratic presidential hopeful, has had a multitude of experiences and stories he could tell, he takes pride in sharing the success stories of former students he remembers teaching at the Luskin School of Public Affairs.