Founders of Estolano LeSar Perez Advisors have employed a steady stream of UCLA Luskin Urban Planning graduates and student interns
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During an election year, Public Policy alumni are even more likely than usual to get engaged in the democratic process.
UCLA Luskin’s Institute of Transportation Studies is part of grant that will fund a new regional transportation center
UCLA Luskin’s Zachary Steinert-Threlkeld, an expert on collective action, says mass protests in the U.S. will likely lose steam
Veterans Day seminar explores the role, challenges and accomplishments of women in the armed services
Vital role that volunteers play in the juvenile and adult prison system is detailed at event to celebrate a new book co-edited by UCLA Luskin professor
Luskin-sponsored performance by Scott St. Patrick and other contributors provides a no-holds-barred look at race in America
Author and academic Benjamin Barber says cities present the best hope of solving the world’s problems
Public Policy students see their political studies play out in real time at a viewing party for the first presidential debate
Graduate student Ana Bonilla awarded APA’s Judith McManus Price Scholarship for 2016