UCLA Luskin alumni in new roles include transportation leaders, state officials, the Culver City mayor, the chair of the National Endowment for the Arts and more.
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Career changes and other updates from the alumni of UCLA Luskin
Meyer Luskin sharing life lessons is among recent events, gifts and fellowship efforts.
Today, faculty from dozens of departments and programs across nearly every division/school on the campus participate in one or more UCLA Luskin research center.
The Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy, now in its sixth year, produces research in support of providing activists and advocates a voice in policymaking.
UCLA Luskin faculty who lead research entities across campus include a newly hired faculty director at one center and a longtime professor adding a new responsibility at another.
The Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) project exemplifies many aspects of community-driven research taking place at the Luskin School.
Student fellows gain valuable experience helping Latino-focused think tank provide data-driven insights to policymakers
Faculty and alumni describe two influential and productive centers that promote a faculty-student research relationship that for many is a hallmark of the Luskin School experience.
A definitive roundup of UCLA Luskin research centers and their enduring impact