Posts

A Speedy Solution to Networking

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A new format for the UCLA Luskin career event gives students direct access to alumni in their fields and fosters ideas about what they can do after graduation

Autonomous Vehicles Are on the Way. Are Cities Ready?

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UCLA Downtown Los Angeles Forum on Transportation, Land Use and the Environment focuses on planning for the connected movement of people and goods

UCLA Luskin Urban Planning Students Help Solve Real-World Problems

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At Urban Planning's annual springtime welcome day and networking event, MURP students showcase their research in capstone projects designed to help clients

UCLA Researchers Seek Juvenile Justice Alternatives for Children Under 12

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A new UC study indicates that a minimum-age standard is needed to protect California children from prosecution in the juvenile court system

Deportation, Loss of Health Care Raise Profound Concerns in New UCLA Luskin Survey

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Second annual Los Angeles County Quality of Life Index shows how some of the Trump administration’s policies have caused serious concerns for many county residents

A History Lesson for the President

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Michael Dukakis, the former governor of Massachusetts and former Democratic candidate for president, closes out his annual winter teaching job at UCLA Luskin with a roundtable discussion on the country’s future — and past

Honored for Contributions to Gerontology and Geriatrics Education

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UCLA Luskin adjunct professor emerita Jo Ann Damron-Rodriguez is recognized as a leading educator in the field of aging by the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education

Regulating the Unmanned Skies

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UCLA Luskin public policy expert John Villasenor testifies about drones, privacy and legislation before a U.S. Senate committee

‘It’s About Changing the Paradigm’

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On ‘A Day Without a Woman,’ the Department of Urban Planning creates space for reflection and dialogue about women’s history, gender and equality

Events

Flash Point 2017: Twenty-Five Years After the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising

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Join us as we utilize art and media to examine the socio-political factors that provoked the 1992 LA Uprising and its impact in the racial and economic climate in LA and across the US today.