Narrower Streets in New Developments Could Help Amid Housing Crisis

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

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

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

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

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

An Immersive Education in Public Affairs

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

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

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

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