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Luskin School hosts in-person gatherings in Los Angeles, Sacramento.
Clients explore tough policy decisions with help from graduating UCLA Luskin students, including those in Urban Planning
Research by recent MURP alumnus Graham Rossmore has already influenced Los Angeles policy decisions.
UCLA Luskin students, faculty and staff come together for another Super Quiz Bowl to close out the academic year.
Holly Mitchell wants to reweave the social safety net with an equity focus in the wake of COVID-19 and the stark inequalities it exposed.
Despite overall uptick in eighth annual index, dissatisfaction remains high due to inflation, homelessness and the COVID-19 pandemic
State Public Health Dept. awards $1.8 million to the lab to evaluate the impacts of suicide prevention media outreach and rapid reporting efforts.
Attendees also got a preview of the Latino Data Hub, a web tool that will soon allow interested parties to explore the complexity of U.S. Latinos, including voter behaviors.
A UCLA Luskin class taught by Professor Ananya Roy hosts a delegation from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.