UCLA Luskin social welfare faculty member will help guide the Board of Supervisors on services and legislation aimed at supporting at risk-families.
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Scholars Jorja Leap, Joseph A. Nunn, Siyon Rhee and Jacquelyn McCroskey are recognized as pioneers and innovators in the field of social welfare.
Trees, shade structures and surface-cooling technologies are providing relief from rising temperatures.
The region is hard hit by environmental hazards, yet many fear reforms will jeopardize oil and gas interests.
Global Policy Journal puts spotlight on an analysis tool that demystifies the intricacies of governance and offers policy insights on how governments can better serve their people.
UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation releases resource kit to inform policy and funding decisions for heat-resilient K-12 schools.
“You pay for everything else related to cars. The one thing you don’t pay for — curb parking — is a mess,” the UCLA Luskin urban planning expert says.
Empowering children instead of focusing on their struggles will lead to healthier choices, says Luskin Lecturer Ijeoma Opara of Yale University.
Now a professor emeritus, Social Welfare’s Mark Kaplan continues to teach and serve the UCLA community.
Data alone don’t shape perceptions of safety, says UCLA Luskin’s Jorja Leap, saying a person’s environment and biases must be factored in.