Kathleen Canul, UCLA’s director of ombuds services, advises women to forge alliances and know their own worth.
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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.
UC President Napolitano and the assistant attorney general for civil rights share their perspectives at “Speech Matters” conference.
Look beyond grades and focus on addressing the challenges facing our country, says Michelle Giuda, an assistant secretary of state and UCLA alumna.
Longtime UnidosUS President Janet Murguía has worked to amplify the Latino voice on issues such as education, health care, immigration, civil rights and the economy
Author Cris Beam shares insights based on extensive research and personal experience in her Luskin Lecture