Michael Fleming teaches "Nonprofit Sector, State & Civil Society" at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Fleming's class is listed across all three departments -- Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning.In this segment of "UCLA Luskin: Did You Know?" we dig into the ways this class can help students think more creatively about the role of philanthropic organizations in today's civil society.
"Do not email potential employers bragging about your
unparalleled skills and warn them on a missed opportunity. Be confident and
describe how you would be a good fit with the position and organization. Above
all, grow your network!"
This may sound like common sense, but the panelists at the Environment and Clean Technology career panel discussion, held earlier this week at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, said they
were surprised the advice is not followed more often.
Howard Dean was the latest speaker in the Luskin Lecture Series, but before delivering his message to a packed house on Wednesday evening, the former Governor of Vermont sat down to discuss leadership in the newest video series: "The Art of Leadership."
By Ruby BolariaUCLA Luskin Student Writer On Wednesday evening former Vermont Governor Howard Dean spoke to
a large and diverse crowd at UCLA as part of the Luskin Lecture Series.
The event, hosted by the
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, brought together
donors and invited guests – several of whom are currently UCLA undergraduates – at the Covel Commons on campus.
By Ruby BolariaUCLA Luskin Student Writer Jaime
Nack, President and Founder of the environmental consulting firm Three Squares
Inc. is helping to shape the future of the green movement and sustainability
By Amy Albin, UCLA NewsroomWhile a great deal of research on childhood obesity has spotlighted the long-term health problems that emerge in adulthood, a new UCLA study focuses on the condition's immediate consequences and shows that obese youngsters are at far greater risk than had been supposed.
government returns to business after the holiday season, three David Bohnett
Fellows from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs will be heading to
Washington D.C. to attend the premiere forum for mayors and federal leaders to
come together and discuss pressing issues impacting our cities and metro areas.
Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr., the dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, will be one of the three expert panelists during the Jan. 28 Los Angeles Mayoral debate, it was announced on Monday.The debate, which is being co-hosted by NBC Channel 4 in Los Angeles and UCLA, will be held at Royce Hall on UCLA's campus. It will be broadcast live on NBC4 from 7 to 8 p.m. and continued as a webcast from 8-8:30 p.m. on www.nbcla.com.