There’s a lot of analysis surrounding the National Football
League, so much so that the information at times might overshadow the game
itself. With hours of pre and postgame shows, it is easy to be inundated with
information breaking down almost every play from any given Sunday.
By Anna MillerMaster of Social Welfare, 2013 Social work with the
military community cuts across all areas of focus, including school social
work, medical social work, mental health, gerontology, and so much more.
Furthermore, surveys show that more than 70 percent of service members, veterans, and
their families live in the community, not in isolation, so it is imperative
that there is greater awareness of the challenges the military community faces
and more training for social workers to effectively respond to this community's
Sara Pilgreen departed her Oregon home nearly a decade ago to play volleyball at Hawaii Hilo. After a record-setting career she toured the world, worked in the Peace Corps, earned a Master's degree at Columbia and then ended up at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.Working toward her masters of Social Welfare and her Ph.D., Pilgreen has been a part of the Senior Fellows program and interned in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is our latest in the "Leaders at Luskin" video series.
Howard Dean was the latest speaker in the Luskin Lecture Series, but before delivering his message to a packed house on Wednesday evening, the former Governor of Vermont sat down to discuss leadership in the newest video series: "The Art of Leadership."
By Ruby BolariaUCLA Luskin Student Writer On Wednesday evening former Vermont Governor Howard Dean spoke to
a large and diverse crowd at UCLA as part of the Luskin Lecture Series.
The event, hosted by the
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, brought together
donors and invited guests – several of whom are currently UCLA undergraduates – at the Covel Commons on campus.
By Ruby BolariaUCLA Luskin Student Writer Jaime
Nack, President and Founder of the environmental consulting firm Three Squares
Inc. is helping to shape the future of the green movement and sustainability
By Amy Albin, UCLA NewsroomWhile a great deal of research on childhood obesity has spotlighted the long-term health problems that emerge in adulthood, a new UCLA study focuses on the condition's immediate consequences and shows that obese youngsters are at far greater risk than had been supposed.
government returns to business after the holiday season, three David Bohnett
Fellows from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs will be heading to
Washington D.C. to attend the premiere forum for mayors and federal leaders to
come together and discuss pressing issues impacting our cities and metro areas.