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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
Field Education faculty create UCLA Luskin’s first Spanish language course
Joseph A. Nunn Award goes to DSW ’83 grad, the former director of the L.A. County Department of Mental Health
This issue of ACCESS Magazine covers all kinds of transportation: airplanes, cars, public transit, and running. There’s even a nod to ice-skating.
Social Welfare professor Mark Kaplan and colleagues found that increase in high-risk drinking during the Great Recession may explain rise in alcohol-related suicides by men — but not women — during period of overall decline in alcohol use.
John Friedmann, 90, examines 65 years of Chinese history in lecture at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
UCLA Luskin School’s Michael Storper joins exclusive group of luminaries as a recipient of the organization’s Founder’s Medal
Report by Luskin Center researcher reveals large gaps in the collection of U.S. trafficking data