Expert panelists at UCLA Luskin Social Welfare event laud recent moves to divert more youth from the criminal justice system and into programs that help them transform their lives
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Nanette Barragán ’00, U.S. representative for the 44th Congressional District, is looking to inspire the next generation of women
The talk by Nora Libertun de Duren of the Inter-American Development Bank was presented by Global Public Affairs at UCLA Luskin.
Anna Kim UP PhD ’11 wins Scholar Prize bestowed by 2018 William R. and June Dale Prize for Excellence in Urban and Regional Planning.
Caregivers under stress are particularly susceptible to burnout, says psychologist Alessandra Pigni during a talk sponsored by Global Public Affairs at UCLA Luskin.
Violence against LGBT people has continued “unabated,” UCLA Luskin’s Kian Goh writes in a recently published article.
UCLA Luskin-based initiative hosts a tour of the UCLA campus by more than 45 students from Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School in Watts.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon brings traveling speaker series to UCLA campus with focus on the arts and government.
UCLA Luskin leaders answer questions posed by students during gathering designed to foster open communication about what’s happening at the School.
Three UCLA ITS scholars have authored a new report to inform planners and help policymakers better understand and address declining ridership on public transit.