Urban planning consultant advocates for artists as co-creators and problem-solvers when decisions about cities and public infrastructure are being made.
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Back-to-back events in Sacramento provide networking opportunities and showcase scholarly works.
Five advocates for social change will be on campus through May to ‘turn the university inside out.’
The one-year degree program will stress instruction on the ethical underpinnings of a growing profession.
The latest news and career highlights from alumni representing all four departments at the Luskin School.
New members join Board of Advisors; EDI and Yaroslavsky funds benefit students.
Data experts like Jianchao Lai SW PhD ’23 of the UCLA Agile Visual Analytics Lab strive to make information accessible and meaningful for all.
Newly published research finds that an “urban wage premium” in large cities primarily benefits white and male workers.
He sees a wet weather pattern as an opportunity for California to conserve rainwater for use in the dry times that are sure to follow.
The safe streets advocate believes self-driving vehicles are safer than human drivers.
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