UCLA Luskin Lecture brings together political forces who forged a path for the next generation of leaders
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Zócalo/UCLA event focuses on the Golden State’s rising influence in the presidential contest.
Lecture by Columbia University Professor Mae Ngai marks the 50th anniversary of Asian American studies at UCLA.
A dialogue on ‘the most pressing problem in this region’ draws in civic leaders, scholars and citizens
Kathleen Canul, UCLA’s director of ombuds services, advises women to forge alliances and know their own worth.
UCLA’s Quality of Life Index finds that renters and younger people are particularly vexed by sky-high prices
JR DeShazo co-chairs committee of environmental economists aiming to strengthen agency’s ability to assess social costs and benefits of its policies.
SB 50 has divided Californians, according to a CityLab article that cites UCLA Luskin faculty experts and research.
His expertise is in high demand after Manhattan becomes the first American city to adopt the traffic-management strategy.
The Midwest Political Science Association’s Latino/a Caucus bestows the honor at annual convention in Chicago.