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A ‘Rising Star’ at UCLA

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Urban Planning Graduate Adviser Alexis Oberlander receives campuswide honor for her commitment to excellence, positive impact and leadership

John Friedmann, the ‘Father of Urban Planning,’ Dies at 91

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World-renowned urban theorist was a central figure in founding what later became the UCLA Luskin Department of Urban Planning

Disadvantages Persist in Neighborhoods Impacted by 1992 L.A. Riots

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UCLA Luskin researchers find little economic progress in areas most impacted 25 years ago by civil uprisings

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

Getting Transportation Forecasts Right — as Often as Possible

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In annual Wachs Lecture, Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University says systematic learning from experience is vital when predicting the outcome of major infrastructure projects

On the Job Training

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UCLA Luskin alumni return to campus to share career insights and tips with students seeking full-time and summer work

UCLA Luskin Community Scholars Project Named National Award Winner

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Students’ study of the distribution of goods in the L.A. area receives American Planning Association’s 2017 professional institute award for applied research

A Career of ‘Depth and Quality’

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Michael Storper, distinguished professor of regional and international development, receives American Association of Geographers’ Distinguished Scholarship Honors

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