The Department of Social Welfare is searching for two faculty to join a distinguished Department with a 60 year tradition of educating and serving ethnically and culturally diverse urban populations. UCLA is consistently ranked near the top of research universities in the nation and world. We anticipate recruiting additional faculty over the next several years. This year we are particularly interested in recruiting at the mid-career level (from senior assistant to recent full professors). The Department's priority areas for faculty recruitment include:
Dr. Ian Holloway joined the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs as an assistant professor in Social Welfare prior to the Fall 2012 quarter after earning dual masters degrees in social work and public health from Columbia University and earning his doctorate in social work from the University of Southern California.
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs Dean, Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr., is organizing a UCLA Luskin team for the United Way’s Annual “HomeWalk”, a 5K Walk/Run to End Homelessness, on the morning of Saturday, November 17, 2012 at Exposition Park. Joining Dean Gilliam in leading the team are: Erica Quintana, MPP ’13, Brad Rowe, MPP ’13, Ian Bohannon, MSW ’13 and Jacki Murdock, MURP ’13.
On Tuesday evening, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom spoke to
an intimate gathering at the Fowler Museum on UCLA’s campus, titled “California: Getting Back to Business.”
The event, hosted by the UCLA Luskin School’s Dean’s Associates program, brought
together donors and invited guests.
To learn about how to become part of the Dean’s Associate
program, please click here.
In a new segment on our YouTube channel, we will highlight the "Leaders at Luskin" to allow faculty, staff and students to tell their stories and bring their voices to the School and it's mission.The first video features the new chair of the Social Welfare department, Dr. Todd Franke. Visit our YouTube page at: youtube.com/UCLALuskin for all of our videos and be sure to subscribe for updates.
While many who have worked, or do their work, inside the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs have made a great impact on the city of Los Angeles – and in other places around the world – two people associated with the School were recently honored by a pair of L.A. publications.
In their own words, UCLA Luskin students describe how the School of Public Affairs has positively impacted their lives and what it meant to study at UCLA Luskin.To visit our new UCLA Luskin YouTube channel, please bookmark this link: www.youtube.com/UCLALuskin
The annual UCLA Luskin Open House took place on Thursday, Sept. 27 in the newly-renovated Commons area on the third floor of the Public Affairs building. The gathering was a great way for public policy, social welfare and urban planning of alumni and current students to mingle and network. Watch a video of the festivities.
Young girls in foster care in Los Angeles are vulnerable to exploitation as sex workers and have little hope of support from a criminal justice system that treats victims of sexual abuse as criminals.
That was the message delivered at a lunchtime forum at UCLA Luskin Thursday by a juvenile court judge and staffers from the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services that are leading a pilot program to give the girls the services they need.