‘Unequal Cities’ Conference Highlights Housing Research

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The multiday event hosted by the Institute on Inequality and Democracy at UCLA Luskin launches a global research network that will unite scholars concerned with housing justice

Forging a Career Path in the Foreign Service

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Students gathered to hear from Cecilia Choi from the State Department, Alfred Nakatsuma of USAID, and Jeffrey Janis from Peace Corps about career paths in international development and government.

Graduate Students Recruited for Their Drive and Passion

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Employers from a wide variety of industries seek candidates for jobs and internships at the 2019 Career Fair

Briefing Seeks Solutions to Latino Doctor Shortfall

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LPPI's gathering of medical professionals, policy analysts and advocates looks at underlying causes and why the impact is keenly felt in California.

UCLA Report Provides Strategies for Making Covered California More Affordable

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Public Policy's Wes Yin helps develop policy options to keep insurance costs down

Kevin de León Joins UCLA Luskin

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Former state legislative leader who bolstered California’s role in fighting climate change and building a clean-energy economy will teach public policy courses

Activists-in-Residence Bring Pedagogy and Methodologies of Social Change to UCLA

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The 2019 fellows are a co-creator of Occupy Wall Street, an archivist at the Southern California Library, and a UCLA Luskin alumna who is a storyteller, politico and campaign strategist

School Safety Expert Ron Avi Astor to Join UCLA Luskin Faculty

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The new Social Welfare professor will bring expertise in topics such as school violence, bullying and positive well-being
Micah White, founder of the Activist Graduate School, launches the course on housing justice and activism at UCLA Luskin.

At the Intersection of Activism, Housing and Politics

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Institute on Inequality and Democracy helps develop new course on housing justice that is open to all UCLA graduate students

In the Weeds of Legalized Pot

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Recreational cannabis raises pressing questions for California officials, citizens and UCLA faculty experts seeking to devise common-sense policies