Double UCLA alumna leads L.A. County Parks Department; former city manager of Laguna Niguel writes humor book; a longtime official at L.A. County Mental Health retires.
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Fellowships, memorial funds and other support for UCLA Luskin students, faculty and research.
Career changes and other updates from the alumni of UCLA Luskin.
The U.S. election of 2020 showed how critical efforts such as the two-year-old UCLA Voting Rights Project have become.
The year 2020 is etched in our memories forever. And we will be living with the consequences for a long time to come.
Public affairs majors embrace an array of opportunities to learn outside the classroom.
Faculty, students and alumni work together to examine curriculum and address racial disparities within the department and across social work education.
Guidance from volunteer committees helps connect UCLA Luskin’s scholars to government officials, community leaders and philanthropists.
Paul Ong and the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge have issued dozens of research papers on the impacts of the pandemic — often without securing funding first.
Building on the “Called to Action” idea introduced in the previous issue of Luskin Forum, this issue focuses on more of the faculty, staff and students at UCLA Luskin who make a difference and whose legacy represents a lasting impact.