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Turning Food Policy Into a Hands-On Learning Experience

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Chef Evan Kleiman of "Good Food" on KCRW leads a moderated discussion on sustainability within the food industry and then helps attendees cook up an example for themselves

Volunteers Collect Food for the Needy at Farmer's Market

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UCLA Luskin student mentors join with undergraduates to collect more than 1,700 pounds of excess food from farmer's market

Informed Choices Regarding Mental Health

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Speaker Laura Delano says mental illness should not be characterized in opposition to “normalcy,” which would benefit patients who feel ostracized because of their medical diagnoses

Student Awarded Prestigious Myra L. Frank Memorial Scholarship

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Urban Planning student Ribeka Toda receives scholarship for women pursuing career paths in transportation

More Than 45,000 Californians Living With HIV Would Be Impacted by Medicaid Cuts in Senate Health Plan

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According to a fact sheet from the California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, the cuts would be felt by patients covered by Medi-Cal

A Final Test for Policy Analysis Projects

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UCLA Luskin public policy master’s degree culminates in a public forum in which students present Applied Policy Projects on issues of regional, global importance

Making a Local Impact

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Luskin Senior Fellow Mitchell Katz talks about boosting health care at the local level — even when the feds won’t pitch in.

Despite Ongoing Meningitis Outbreak, Vaccination Among Gay Men Remains Low

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Limited two-dose completion among HIV-positive men puts them at particular risk, according to new study by UCLA Luskin researchers

Taking the Fight for LGBT Health Equity to the Streets

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UCLA Luskin Social Welfare professor Ian Holloway earns national recognition for his groundbreaking research