Study by UCLA Center for Innovation finds that the Tune In & Tune Up smog repair program in the San Joaquin Valley efficiently tackles pollution and poverty
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At Luskin Innovators Speaker Series event, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris of Urban Planning presents her team’s research on use of technology to make urban parks more efficient.
A new video and summary document from the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies outline the causes of and potential solutions to California’s transit ridership issues.
Announcing final approval and launch of the new Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs at the Luskin School
In conversation with UCLA Luskin’s Jim Newton, the former FBI director explains his views on impeachment, Hillary Clinton’s emails and much more
Three in the Class of 2018 who are already changing the landscape of public affairs
UCLA Luskin’s Latoya Small has received a grant to study issues facing African American women living with HIV in Los Angeles urban communities.
Publication makes scholarly research about transportation accessible to students, policymakers, the press and the public.
Institute on Inequality and Democracy at UCLA Luskin receives $486,784, four-year NSF grant to study housing precarity
The 1999 Public Policy alumnus will give keynote address at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs ceremony on June 15