Funding will help Ayako Miyashita Ochoa of UCLA’s Hub for Health Intervention, Policy and Practice advance research and programming for the Sex Work LEARN collaborative.
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Journal article is based on a database of leading scientists. Scholars in the category of social work were ranked using a method that controls for self-citations and author order.
Urban planning professor notes that fleets of driverless cars that don’t need to be parked while awaiting riders could end up clogging city streets.
What does a UCLA Luskin degree mean to graduating students? Here are some answers.
A roundup of career updates from graduates of UCLA Luskin’s various degree programs.
Class of 2011 creates a new scholarship fund to support equity, social justice and community contributions.
LUSKIN FELLOWS AT LIBERTY HILL FOUNDATION TAKE ACTION
Thanks to the ongoing support of Stephanie ’81 and Harold Bronson ’72, Luskin Fellows have been interning with Liberty Hill Foundation since 2014, balancing their academic curricula with experiential work for …
In light of his decision to step down as dean at the end of 2022, Gary Segura looks back on nearly six years of accomplishments.
After Los Angeles erupted in racially charged violence 30 years ago, UCLA faculty and students gave people in a city under siege the chance to talk.
An international who’s who of governance scholars comes to UCLA to critique an ambitious index that seeks to quantify government effectiveness on a global scale.