Portrait of Karen Lee

In Memoriam: Karen Lee, Former Field Faculty Member in Social Welfare

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The co-founder of a national consortium focusing on geriatric social work educated and mentored hundreds of students during 12 years at UCLA
Steve Soboroff, Wendy Greuel, Zev Yaroslavsky, Jim Newton and Antonia Hernandez discuss the Los Angeles mayoral race during a Zoom session..

Mayoral Roundtable Highlights Launch of Luskin Summit 2022

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With a theme of “Research in Action,” the fourth annual series resumes with five webinars spotlighting UCLA’s role in understanding and solving issues of current public concern
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Circumvention of Censorship in China Has Increased During COVID-19 Pandemic

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People who broke through firewalls to seek health information also gained access to long-banned political content, study finds.
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Tackling Voter Dilution in California

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With wins in Orange and Yolo counties, the UCLA Voting Rights Project will now focus on other states to ensure equitable representation.
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Changing the Unhoused Narrative, One Story at a Time

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L.A.-based educator and podcast host is chosen as Activist-in-Residence by the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy.

Dean’s Messages on Remote Instruction to Start Winter Quarter

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UCLA Luskin modifies operations as part of COVID-19 health and safety efforts on campus amid the rapid spread of Omicron variant

Wells Fargo Provides $500,000 for LPPI, CNK Research

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The grant to UCLA research groups will support policy solutions to benefit small business owners of color

Report Focuses on Deaths of Unhoused People During Pandemic

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Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy analysis delves into coroner’s data between March 2020 and July 2021

Endowed Chair Awarded in Honor of Former Dean Gilliam

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New social justice chair is Manisha Shah, a professor whose global policy focus includes child health and intimate partner violence

Stoll Named Director of UCLA’s Black Policy Project

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A key priority is making research into the state of Black California accessible to policymakers and the public.