Panel hosted by Zócalo Public Square/UCLA Downtown explores ‘Are American Presidents Above the Law?’
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The emeritus professor of social welfare was a pioneer in the study of human service organizations, an influential author and a trusted mentor of UCLA Luskin students for more than three decades
Ciudades, as the Latin American Cities Initiative is known, creates a multinational urban planning knowledge network
He weighs in on Trump’s toned-down rhetoric and the evolution of the annual address to the American public.
Despite surface stereotypes, Massachusetts and California have come together politically in recent years, he says.
Public Policy’s Wes Yin helps develop policy options to keep insurance costs down
Study provides a large-scale test of an international program to build toilets and educate communities about life-saving practices.
Recreational cannabis raises pressing questions for California officials, citizens and UCLA faculty experts seeking to devise common-sense policies
Within months of official approval, the undergraduate degree in Public Affairs was already educating scores of pre-majors and providing them an avenue for activism
No matter the outcome of investigations by House members such as Elijah E. Cummings, voters’ opinions about President Trump may not change.