The Luskin Forum, a twice-annual publication from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, is now available. The issue, which focuses on leadership, is free and can be read online by clicking here.
With stories featuring current and future leaders from all three departments — Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning — the issue sports a new and advanced look that allows UCLA Luskin to cover much more than previous versions of the Forum did.
Featured in the magazine are stories on Stephen Cheung (Social Welfare, 2007), Riverside mayor Rusty Bailey (Public Policy, 1999) and assemblyman Raul Bocanegra (Urban Planning, 1997) along with many other leaders who are either Luskin faculty, alumni or current students.
If you'd like to receive a copy of the magazine, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or come to the Dean's Suite, located on the third floor of the Public Affairs Building on campus.
About the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Founded in 1994 and dedicated in 2011, the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs is a leading institution for research and scholarship in the areas of public policy, social welfare and urban planning. Based in the global metropolis of Los Angeles, UCLA Luskin develops creative solutions and innovative leaders that confront challenges in immigration, drug policy, prison reform, transportation, the environment, and other areas vital to the continued health and well-being of our global society.