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Author Alessandra Pigni

A Caring Outlook Also Applies to Ourselves, Author Says

Caregivers under stress are particularly susceptible to burnout, says psychologist Alessandra Pigni during a talk sponsored by Global Public Affairs at UCLA Luskin.

LGBT Communities Fighting for Social and Spatial Change

Violence against LGBT people has continued “unabated,” UCLA Luskin's Kian Goh writes in a recently published article.

Watts Leadership Institute Hosts Visit by Elementary School Students

UCLA Luskin-based initiative hosts a tour of the UCLA campus by more than 45 students from Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School in Watts.

From UCLA Newsroom: Dean Segura Introduces Panel

Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon brings traveling speaker series to UCLA campus with focus on the arts and government.

A UCLA Homecoming for Noted Princeton Professor

Scholar Martin Gilens, who will join the UCLA Luskin Public Policy faculty in fall 2018, is "returning to my roots."

Recruiting ‘High-Caliber’ Luskin Students

More than 200 students attend a career fair held by UCLA Luskin in hopes of landing jobs and internships

A Smart Way to Make a SMART Park

Toolkit produced by the Luskin Center for Innovation provides a guide to make parks more user-friendly and sustainable

Latino Issues Take Center Stage at Gubernatorial Forum

Dean Gary Segura and UCLA Luskin faculty and students play active roles at UCLA forum where candidates face off

KCRW President Emphasizes the Value of Open Dialogue

UCLA Luskin Senior Fellow Jennifer Ferro stresses the good that can come just from a willingness to truly listen

Norman Lear’s Work Is Never Done

At UCLA Blueprint event, the iconic producer of TV sitcoms reflects on his career and shares his thoughts on modern America
  1. Protecting Renters in Los Angeles

    Feb 26 @ 12:30 pm-2:00 pm
    Discussions of rent control, stabilization and evictions, including exploration of California housing laws that affect renters and what can be done to give renters a more stable foundation.
  2. First Fridays: UCLA Luskin Mixer – DTLA

    Mar 2 @ 8:00 am-9:30 am
    Every month, alumni, students, faculty & staff get together to grab coffee & catch up.
  3. A Conversation with Chelsea Manning

    Mar 5 @ 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    Luskin Lecture features the controversial former military intelligence analyst who disclosed classified documents to WikiLeaks about the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  4. A Gendered Planning Mismatch

    Mar 7 @ 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    'Transportation Is a Women's Issue' event will cover how transportation planning and policy can better serve women’s travel patterns and needs.
  5. Joy Crumpton Public Child Welfare Memorial

    Mar 8 @ 4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Faculty, colleagues, former students, friends and family will share memories and celebrate the life of one of Social Welfare's most beloved.
  6. From Diversion to Desistance: Transforming Youth Justice in Los Angeles and Beyond

    Mar 13 @ 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    This event is intended to spark critical conversations among students, researchers, activists, and policy makers about the many changes in youth justice.

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