JR DeShazo is quoted in a recent column in the Los Angeles Times on the rise of community choice aggregators (CCAs) and their effects on California’s major electric utilities. “The pressure they’ve placed on the [investor-owned utilities] has produced a …
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John Villasenor, UCLA Luskin professor of public policy, joined more than 70 influential tech leaders to warn the European Parliament that a copyright bill it is considering poses “an imminent threat to the future” of the Internet. At issue …
UCLA Luskin’s Evelyn Blumenberg is quoted in a Washington Post article about whether a Trump administration order to toughen work requirements for welfare recipients overlooks a well-documented link between transportation and employment. “Since the 1990s, things have become much more …
New CDC figures documenting the growing rate of suicide may not reflect the full scope of the problem, said Mark S. Kaplan, professor of social welfare at UCLA Luskin. Many suicides are actually classified as ”accidental deaths,” Kaplan, a …
Funds will enable Social Welfare students and faculty to make closer ties with local child welfare agencies to advocate for youth.
Ian Holloway receives $400,000 award to research frequency and intensity of use among sexual and gender minority young people.
Scholars, policymakers and advocates for the Latino community gather for presentations, discussions and workshops at UCLA Luskin hosted by Latino Policy & Politics Initiative
Research projects developed by UCLA Luskin students precede panel discussion about empowering immigrant communities in Los Angeles.
UCLA students gain cultural insight during annual study abroad trip that is organized by Japanese classmates
Yearlong research projects were developed by students in Social Welfare’s CalSWEC Public Child Welfare program.