Research by UCLA Luskin’s Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris shows widespread harassment that has altered the way women, girls and gender-diverse people navigate cities.
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“My hope is that out of particularly acute crises, particularly creative and positive problem-solving emerges,” says the UCLA Luskin scholar and expert on labor relations.
UCLA’s Ron Avi Astor shares research into school climate showing that “what social workers are doing actually matters to kids in their day-to-day lives.”
Study by the Los Angeles Education Research Institute at UCLA Luskin assesses college performance of L.A. Unified students who took courses such as calculus in 12th grade.
The UCLA Luskin Social Welfare professor will help develop strategies to prioritize child safety and family unity through robust, culturally appropriate community supports.
Shifting economic realities in Republican-led states and heightened climate literacy of younger generations are factors that could break the policy logjam, she says.
UCLA Luskin’s Donald Shoup offers guidance to cities around the globe on how to build public support for parking reforms to increase livability.
“A lot of people can’t move here and a lot of people can’t remain here because they are priced out,” says UCLA Luskin’s Michael Lens.
The law permitting property owners to subdivide single-family lots would not appreciably decrease income inequality, the UCLA Luskin professor argues.
Even when it’s not breaking records, heat affects people’s health and well-being, says UCLA Luskin’s V. Kelly Turner. “It affects your cognitive abilities, your emotional state.”