The Dean holds weekly office hours for UCLA Luskin students, faculty and staff most Thursdays. Note, this schedule is subject to change (as late as the day-of). Please keep checking this website for updates.
Upcoming Dean's Office Hours:
12/18: 2-3:00 pm
Office hours are held in Room 3250L. If you have any questions, please contact: Dean@luskin.ucla.edu or 310-206-3487.
Funding Proposals to the Dean
Projects, Initiatives, and Events:
should be no longer than 3-4 pages and include:
of the project and its importance to the educational experience of the
budget, amount requested of the dean, and fundraising strategy (e.g. funds
already raised, list of units being approached, fundraisers planned).
that receive preference:
Dean tends not to fund capstones, client projects, APPs — in other words
projects students get credit for or must complete in order to graduate
(social justice grants, which are competitive and evaluated by a faculty
committee are different).
We reward students who work across disciplines (i.e. the
students who organized the homelessness series represented all 3
departments and the Japan trip students represented all three
look at the substantive quality of the project/trip/etc. And, if
there’s a service component to the community, that’s a plus.
would the School would benefit? (i.e. We help fund the Lobby Days trip to
Sacramento because it’s important to have a strong UCLA presence and they
are advocating on behalf of marginalized communities).
The Dean will only consider funding conferences
at which the student has been invited to present.
Student should submit proposals usually with at
least 4 weeks’ notice. Proposal should include: CV, abstract (or poster),
academic significance of the conference and its importance to the student,
line item budget (including funds already raised, list of units being
approached, fundraisers planned).
We can get a decision to the student within 5
If the student receives funding, the student
agrees to: blog, tweet and make themselves available to the Communications and