UCLA Luskin Professor Launches Organization to Fill Research Gap at EPA

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JR DeShazo co-chairs committee of environmental economists aiming to strengthen agency’s ability to assess social costs and benefits of its policies.

When Psychiatric Medications Are Abruptly Discontinued, Withdrawal Symptoms May be Mistaken for Relapse

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Research by UCLA Luskin contributes to assessing the reliability of industry-funded drug trials

L.A. Congresswoman Karen Bass to Give Keynote Talk at UCLA Luskin Summit

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The inaugural conference will bring together scholars and civic leaders to address major issues facing the region
UnidosUS President Janet Murguía will deliver the keynote address at the June 14 UCLA Luskin Commencement. Photo courtesy of Violetta Markelou Photography

National Civil Rights Leader Named 2019 Commencement Speaker

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Longtime UnidosUS President Janet Murguía has worked to amplify the Latino voice on issues such as education, health care, immigration, civil rights and the economy

UCLA and Human Rights Campaign to Host 2020 Presidential Candidates Forum

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Democratic contenders will be on UCLA campus to discuss LGBTQ platforms and plans for equality on eve of National Coming Out Day

How to Help Queer Kids in Foster Care

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Author Cris Beam shares insights based on extensive research and personal experience in her Luskin Lecture

Transit Forum Focuses on Impact of Mobility Innovations

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UCLA scholars join government, nonprofit and private sector representatives to discuss declining ridership in an era of emerging mobility services

Law Conference Explores Latinos and Criminal Justice

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Daylong event focuses on impact of bias and stereotyping within the legal system on outcomes for Latinos

In Memoriam: Yeheskel 'Zeke' Hasenfeld

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The emeritus professor of social welfare was a pioneer in the study of human service organizations, an influential author and a trusted mentor of UCLA Luskin students for more than three decades

Lens, Manville Shape Discussion of How Housing Can Be Coupled to Transit

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L.A.’s future must accommodate a shift in housing concentrated not where transit lines used to run but where they go today — or will be soon