The spring 2010 issue of the new UCLA School of Public Affairs magazine, Newsforum, is now available.
Featuring a cover story of Goergia Sheridan and Amber Hawkes, the urban planning alumnae who co-founded the city planning braintrust event, L.A. 2.0, the magazine also includes:
MILESTONES • Luskin Center Moves to Public Affairs • Urban Planning Top Producer of Urban Studies Publications • Social justice initiative Launched • New Career Services Center Announced, Sherry Dodge Named Director • Public Policy Faculty Tackle The U.S. Prison Boom • Center for Civil Society Focusing on Local Nonprofits • AIDS Policy Research Center Launches
FINDINGS • volunteerism up, revenues down at Los Angeles nonprofits • California Policy Options 2010 Examines Hurdles Facing Golden State • U.S. Lags Behind in Transit Safety Programs for Female Riders • Troubling Health Trends in State’s Asian, Pacific Communities
RECAP • Examining the Legacy of Slavery and Racism • City Hall Day 2010: Students Meet with City Officials to Examine Zoo Privatization • Crime Forum Opens in Washington DC: Judge Alm Delivers on HOPE
FEATURES • Student Profile: Cathy Dang, Bohnett Fellow • Faculty Profile: 10 Questions for Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris on Sidewalks • Alumni Profile: Georgia Sheridan and Amber hawkes
MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS: Tweet Scene
PEOPLE • News, notes and accolades from Faculty, Students and Alumni
TRIBUTES • Mimi Perloff, Patron and Friend • Jeanne Giovannoni, Professor of Social Welfare
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