UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs News

UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs News


March 09, 2016
By Stan Paul UCLA Urban Planning students now have the opportunity to spend an academic quarter studying in the heart of Paris, on the city’s historic Left Bank.
March 08, 2016
 By Stan PaulLeo Estrada has spent decades serving his community at the local and national levels, as well as at UCLA as a member of the Academic Senate. He’s now taken his involvement in the senate to a higher level as its 2015-16 chair.


February 23, 2016
By Stan Paul For Urban Planning professor Susanna Hecht, the future of life on this planet as we know it is a matter of degrees — a scant few at that.
February 22, 2016
Michael/FlickrBy Stan Paul Innovative and sustainable use of water and energy in Los Angeles is at the heart of UCLA’s Sustainable LA Grand Challenge, and three UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs researchers are at the forefront of this campuswide initiative.
February 01, 2016
By Breanna RamosThe UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs will open the application period for the Food Studies Graduate Certificate Program starting Feb. 1. The program is open to all UCLA graduate students and selected applicants will begin taking classes in Fall 2016.


January 22, 2016
By Adeney ZoKelcie Ralph UP Ph.D ‘15 was selected as the UCCONNECT Outstanding Student of the Year, an award which will grant her a $1,000 honorarium and cover her cost of attendance for the 2016 95th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting.
January 19, 2016
(Photo by: Roberto Gudino)By Stan Paul
January 13, 2016
By George FoulshamYou’ve lived in your community for about 20 years. You care about what’s going on in your neighborhood, and you’ve noticed it’s changing — but you’re not sure why. More importantly, you’d like to have a voice in the process of change, but you need more facts to participate with an informed voice. Or, you’re a city planner who is contemplating adding a new neighborhood, or an in-fill commercial development. You have many factors to consider, including


December 11, 2015
WASHINGTON – Innovative transportation services such as car sharing, bike sharing, and transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft are changing mobility for millions of people, yet regulation of these services often varies greatly across geographic areas and industry segments.  Policymakers and regulators should formulate consistent policies that encourage competition among new and traditional transportation services — such as taxis and limousines — in order to improve mobility, safety, and sustainability, says a new