The Dean of UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. is often cited and quoted in many national and international news publications, lending his areas of expertise to numerous topics.
Dean Gilliam has become one of the nation's foremost experts and sources on the 2012 Election, often appearing on broadcast and in print media to assess every part of the election process.
Along with his CV, listed below are various media outlets in which Dean Gilliam has offered his views.
To contact the Dean's Office, please call (310) 206-8858.
Dean Gilliam's CV Broadcast Media Print Media June 29, 2014 - Dean Franklin D. Gilliam Jr. was quoted in a Los
Angeles Times artice about Mayor Garcetti's first year in office. Jan 21, 2014 – Dean Franklin D. Gilliam Jr. was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the construction of a new light-rail line that will connect Los Angeles' Mid-City area to the South Bay. Jan 14, 2014 – Dean Franklin D. Gilliam Jr. was featured in a short Q&A on the website of Zócalo Public Square. July 18, 2013 — The LA Times interviewed dean Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. for a story titled " More US Blacks Satisfied with How Society Treats Them" Apr. 23, 2013 - Dean Frank Gilliam was quoted in this Bloomberg story titled " Republicans Watch Their Language in Immigration Debate." Feb. 26, 2013 – The Los Angeles Times quotes Dean Gilliam on " Black Students' Learning Gaps Start Early, Report Says" Feb. 24, 2013 – The Associated Press quotes Dean Gilliam in " Race, Ethnic Lines Less Visible as LA Picks Mayor" Feb. 12, 2013 – Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. was one of the main sources in this Los Angeles Times story: " Emanuel Pleitez Makes a Long Shot Run for Mayor" Feb. 5, 2013 – Dean Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. was used as a main source in the Los Angeles Times: " Greuel, Garcetti Offer Strong Commitments to City Hall Union" Feb. 2, 2013 – In an Associated Press story, Dean Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. was quoted: " Gay, Latino Groups Forge Immigration Alliance" Oct. 25, 2012 – Frank Gilliam quoted in LA Weekly: " Molly Munger's Prop 38 is Spoiling Jerry Brown's Prop 30" Oct. 17, 2012 – Frank Gilliam breaks down the second Presidential debate for Scotland's The Scotsman: " Gloves Come Off as Obama Fights Back" Sept. 4, 2012 – Frank Gilliam in the Sacramento Bee: "Protest Demonstrations Fizzle at the Republican, Democratic Conventions" August 17, 2012 – Boston Globe - "Points Amiss in Romney's Ads on Welfare" June
6, 2012 - Dallas Morning News - "Obama's fundraising foray into Hollywood
draws Romney criticism" May 20, 2012 - Los Angeles Times - "Gays May Have the Fastest of All Civil Rights Movements" May
5, 2012 - Los Angeles Times - "THE L.A. RIOTS: 20 YEARS LATER; A mixed
legacy for post-riot community activism" March 21, 2012 - LA Weekly - "Los Angles Mayor Zev Yaroslavsky? Time Running Out For Popular Pol To Announce Candidacy" April 28, 2012 - LA Weekly - "Zev Yaroslavsky Will Replace Antonio Villaraigosa as Mayor, Experts Predict" March 17, 2011 - LA Weekly - "Bernard Parks Was Targeted as Union Object Lesson" September 16, 2010 - The Christian Science Monitor - "As California sues over Bell salaries, a boon for Jerry Brown" June
25, 2010 - LA Daily News - "Austin Beutner: Los Angeles sincere about
improving business climate" June 10, 2010 - LA Weekly - "Meg Whitman's Uphill Battle" October
21, 2008 - The San Francisco Chronicle - ”Many think 'Bradley effect' won't
hurt Obama" June
23, 2006 - The Washington Post - "Jon Stewart, Enemy of Democracy?" June
2, 2006 - The Washington Post - "At the Corner of Progress and Peril" June 30, 2005 - The Christian Science Monitor - "What L.A.'s mayor faces in his in-box" May 19, 2005 - The Christian Science Monitor - "Latino politicians gain clout in US" January
31, 2002 - The Washington Post - “Generation Hex: Stereotypes Hurt Today's
Teens” December 19, 1997 - The Christian Science Monitor - ”Pop Culture Jump Starts Debate" Blogs November 6, 2014 - Good but Not Good Enough: Moving Public Will on Early Childhood Education in the Huffington Post August 20, 2014 - New Stanford Criminal Justice Study Right, But Incomplete and Misleading in the Huffington Post April 15, 2014 - The Rise of Corporate Democrats in California Feb. 28, 2012 – Race vs. Class: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same Feb. 7, 2012 – Framing Criminal Justice Reform: A Lesson From the New Yorker Oct. 9, 2011 – Occupy: Flash Mob Politics or Social Movement? Oct. 6, 2011 – Communicating Place-Based Initiatives Sept. 30, 2011 – What Dominant Frames Conceal: Inequality and Civil Unrest Sept. 12, 2011 – Say It Ain't So! Higher Education Reform in Southern California Sept. 9, 2011 – Does a Negative Plus a Negative Equal a Positive for President Obama?
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