When the coronavirus pandemic changed the world, UCLA Luskin acted quickly, moving to remote instruction and virtual platforms for many events — including commencement.
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Many UCLA Luskin students and recent graduates are already making a difference in the world
The former governor of Massachusetts and Democratic nominee for president shares his insights on leadership.
Urban Planning alumni provide leadership in El Monte and Cincinnati; a ’96 MSW and triple Bruin oversees the L.A. County Office of Education.
Career changes and other updates from the alumni of UCLA Luskin.
New scholarship funds, regional salons and a Centennial milestoneFellowships, memorial funds and other support for UCLA Luskin students, faculty and research.
Research spearheaded by Urban Planning’s Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris contributes to a new public space designed with older adults in mind.
Increasing difference in unemployment, jobless rates between Asians and whites among the findings
Researchers offer guidance for policymakers and organizers seeking to support housing for insecure and unhoused people during and after the pandemic.
If you aren’t mad, you should be. If you aren’t furious, you’re not paying attention.
The Luskin School relies on three first principles in our teaching and research.
First, policy should rest on evidence and evaluation of efficacy. We are …