Remembering the ‘Father of Urban Planning’

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Renowned author, pioneer of theory and founding leader of UCLA Urban Planning John Friedman is remembered at memorial service

Examining an Issue from Every Side

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Urban Planning students enrolled in Community Scholars and Comprehensive Project efforts tackle problems of significant scope and complexity

A Final Test for Policy Analysis Projects

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UCLA Luskin public policy master’s degree culminates in a public forum in which students present Applied Policy Projects on issues of regional, global importance

Martin Wachs Honored for Outstanding Research and Scholarly Work

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Urban planning scholar and transportation planner to receive UCLA’s 2016-17 Edward A. Dickson Emeritus Professorship Award

UCLA Luskin Planning Team Receives National Award

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Project about age-friendly outdoor environments is honored by American Planning Association

70 Years of Improving Workers’ Lives at UCLA

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UCLA Luskin's Abel Valenzuela, director of the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, opens anniversary celebration and reflects on seven decades of labor market research

Autonomous Vehicles Are on the Way. Are Cities Ready?

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UCLA Downtown Los Angeles Forum on Transportation, Land Use and the Environment focuses on planning for the connected movement of people and goods

Getting Transportation Forecasts Right — as Often as Possible

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In annual Wachs Lecture, Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University says systematic learning from experience is vital when predicting the outcome of major infrastructure projects

Luskin Lecture Peers Into Future of an Aging America

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AARP’s Jo Ann Jenkins urges society to ‘disrupt aging’ with a fresh outlook on the nation’s increasingly older population — and how society must change as a result

Luskin Lecture to Peer Into Future of an Aging America

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AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins seeks to ‘disrupt aging’ with a fresh outlook on the nation’s increasingly older population