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Paper on Nature of Cities Earns Accolades

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UCLA Luskin scholars Michael Storper and Allen Scott are recognized for their agenda-setting critical assessment of current urban theory

70 Years of Improving Workers’ Lives at UCLA

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UCLA Luskin's Abel Valenzuela, director of the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, opens anniversary celebration and reflects on seven decades of labor market research

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

Dean of UCLA Luskin Takes the Long View on Political Rhetoric

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Gary Segura sees parallels between California history and current national debate over immigration and says Latino voters will again be key to a resolution.  

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

A Multimillion-Dollar Boost to Tackle Transportation Challenges

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UCLA Luskin’s Institute of Transportation Studies is part of grant that will fund a new regional transportation center

UP Doctoral Students Receive Rishwain Social Justice Entrepreneurship Awards

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Two urban planning doctoral students were recognized for their outstanding contributions to community based social entrepreneurship

UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation Releases Solar Feed-in Tariff Report Informing Renewable Energy Policy in Los Angeles

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The UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation and the Los Angeles Business Council publicly released a report on designing a feed-in tariff for Los Angeles

Amy Zegart Named to FBI Intelligence Analysts Association (IAA) Board

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Zegart will provide advice and assistance to the FBI IAA to advance the interests of the FBI’s intelligence analysts and to bolster national security