Narrower Streets in New Developments Could Help Amid Housing Crisis

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New research by Adam Millard-Ball of UCLA Urban Planning considers the schools, parks and other infrastructure that go unbuilt because Americans prefer wide streets

A New Approach to Preventing Weapons-Related Violence at California Schools

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Study gauges the prevalence of weapons on campuses and provides a comprehensive look at factors that put schools at risk

Latinas Left Behind as Pandemic Roiled U.S. Workforce

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UCLA study reveals a complex picture that helps explain the driving factors behind their high unemployment rate

Ong and Shoup Recognized for Exemplary Service to UCLA

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UCLA Luskin Research Professors Paul Ong and Donald Shoup honored with 2020-21 UCLA Emeriti Service Awards

Veronica Terriquez Named Director of UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center

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Alumna will hold appointments in Urban Planning and the department of Chicana and Chicano and Central American Studies

An Immersive Education in Public Affairs

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Courses on urban trees, safe schools exemplify innovative undergraduate curriculum at UCLA Luskin

In Memoriam: Leland S. Burns, Emeritus Professor of Urban Planning

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In Memoriam: Leland S. Burns, UCLA emeritus professor of urban planning and a preeminent scholar of housing economics and policy

Not Barriers, Just Hurdles: The Travels of Niousha Farhangi

UCLA Luskin undergraduate draws strength from her immigrant background to forge her own path toward the American dream

Uplifting Latina Voices Through LPPI, Telemundo Partnership

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Kassandra Hernández MPP '20 makes relevant research about the impacts of COVID-19 accessible to a Spanish-speaking community

Inspiration From Tragedy: Candler Weinberg Finds a New Path

Losing his home to wildfire prompted a change in direction for a young man whose love for community service led him toward UCLA Luskin