UCLA Luskin Research Scholar Madeline Brozen has been
awarded the 2014 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship, created to help
recipients contribute to the advancement of sustainable transport and urban
Urban Planning professor Paul Ong’s latest research on the
L.A. housing market has been highlighted in the UCLA Ziman Center for Real
Estate’s monthly analyses of crucial real estate and economic issues.
Tune in to the Oprah Winfrey Network on Monday nights and
you might see Public Policy alumna Snejana
Daily (MPP ’12) building a house in post-earthquake Haiti, working on a
community center in a war-torn Colombia neighborhood, or digging water wells in
a Tanzanian village – all part of a new show called “Operation Change.”
The UCLA community is remembering longtime professor and administrator Andrea Rich, who passed away July 28. Rich played a key role in the university's 1994 Professional Schools Restructuring Initiative, which led to the creation of the Department of Public Policy and the unit that would become the Luskin School of Public Affairs.“She was a person of great integrity, strength, leadership and resilience,” founding dean Archie Kleingartner told the UCLA Newsroom. “She provided a very high level of leadership.”
Says New Clean Energy Maps Answer Call to Unleash Data, Build Climate Resiliency UCLA-EDF Identify
Major Opportunities to Curb Climate Pollution, Spur Thousands of Clean Energy Jobs in Los Angeles County
“All of the recent research demonstrates that you get better
education, teaching and research with diverse working groups,” said Christine
Littleton, UCLA’s Vice Provost for Faculty & Diversity Development.
A new working paper from Public Policy associate professor Manisha Shah and her co-author
Scott Cunningham of Baylor University has made waves in the media for its
groundbreaking research and surprising findings.
Prostitution: Implications for Sexual Violence and Public Health,” explores the
results of seven years in Rhode Island’s history during which indoor
prostitution was unintentionally decriminalized.
Public Policy professor John Villasenor was recently
interviewed by Patt Morrison for her Los Angeles Times column on the topic of cryptocurrencies. In the Q&A, Villasenor answers questions about the efficiencies of
crytpocurrencies like bitcoin, how bitcoin works, and possible implications on
When asked what may
be the most difficult for people to grasp about bitcoin, Villasenor said:
Urban Planning students Valerie Coleman and Aaron Ordower
have been named Howard
and Irene Levine Distinguished Fellows, a program offered through the UCLA
Ziman Center for Real Estate. UCLA Anderson School of Business MBA student Neil Doshi is the third recipient of the award.