New research from a team led by Public Policy research professor Arleen Leibowitz shows that local health jurisdictions were able to maintain HIV testing near to pre-recession levels despite a substantial reduction in funding during California's budget 2009 crisis.
By Stan PaulFrom President Obama and the Pope to venture capitalists and
billionaires, “everyone is talking about inequality,” said Northeastern University
professor Barry Bluestone in his Feb. 25 talk at the UCLA Luskin School of
“This is new,” he added.
Prior to delivering her Luskin Lecture and receiving the UCLA Medal in January, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke about the qualities that make good leaders -- both today and in the future.
View a PDF of this postingThe Department of Public Policy at the Luskin School of Public Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) invites applications for a part-time lecturer position (Non-Senate) with primary responsibility for teaching an introductory undergraduate course in Public Policy for Summer Session 2014. The six-week terms include Summer Session A (June 23-August 1, 2014) and Summer Session C (August 4 1-September 12, 2014).
By Adeney ZoUCLA Luskin Student Writer Public Policy student Janine Berridge’s
journey has taken her around the world, but along the way she’s achieved an
impressive list of accomplishments — both in the workforce and as a master of
public policy candidate at UCLA Luskin.
By Max WynnUCLA Luskin Student Writer On January 29th the UCLA community packed into a sold-out Royce
Hall to take part in the third Luskin Lecture Series event of the 2013-14, “A
Conversation with Madeleine Albright.”
ACCESS Magazine, the publication housed at UCLA Luskin that reports on research funded by the University of California Transportation Center, has been named the recipient of a National Planning Excellence Award by the American Planning Association.The award celebrates efforts to increase awareness
and understanding about the planning profession, and "tell the planning
By Stan PaulWhy are so many Americans in prison?
This is the question asked in the title
of a recently published book by the policy scholars Michael Stoll and Steven
Raphael. They discussed the question this past week at a lunchtime talk hosted UCLA
Luskin’s Department of Public Policy.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will present
remarks and participate in a public discussion hosted by the UCLA Luskin
School of Public Affairs, Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 7 p.m. at UCLA’s Royce
Prior to her address, presented as part of the Meyer and Renee Luskin Lecture Series, Albright will receive the UCLA Medal, the university’s
highest honor, from former UCLA Chancellor Albert Carnesale.
By Adeney ZoUCLA Luskin Student Writer
was a victim, I became a survivor, and now I'm an advocate for women,
minorities, and social justice,” Iczel Santizo, a 2010 Master of Public Policy
alumna, summarizes about her life’s experiences.