University of California scholars assess the pandemic’s impact on transportation in the metropolis, including whether altered patterns are likely to persist.
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New collection of writings by city planners, sociologists, anthropologists, architects and landscape architects reveals a reinvigorated role for urban designers.
“We are people, we are not personal brands, so we have needs that relate to community, food, water and rest,” says the assistant professor of public policy and sociology.
The Social Welfare program at UCLA was founded in 1947, and the department is hosting celebratory events this academic year, culminating May 6 with an on-campus gala.
UCLA Luskin ITS deputy director says change in development patterns necessary element of climate strategy.
Union workers ratified a national contract with the big-box retailer, but it still faces pressure from competitors, inflationary prices, worker expenses and labor shortages.
Before donating, watch out for red flags including websites that are not transparent, blatant overpromising on results and not having diverse boards.
Director of UCLA Institute on Inequality and Democracy comments on hypothermia fatalities in L.A. County.
Case study of two California school districts identifies need for policies and practices that explicitly address issues of poverty, homelessness and injustice.
Viewing the Amazon as a ‘frontier’ doesn’t reflect reality, says UCLA political ecology expert.