In journal article, UCLA Luskin’s Mark A. Peterson compares the health care act’s “political vulnerability and resiliency” with the repeal of the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act.
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In commencement address, Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey issues a call to action to more than 200 change agents from Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning
The late Urban Planning scholar is remembered for his 40-year legacy as a researcher, teacher, mentor and role model
The Diversity, Disparities and Difference (D3) Initiative connects students and groups across UCLA
Research co-authored by Master of Public Policy students at UCLA Luskin highlights arrest disparities by race and employment.
Skyrocketing costs and politics of supply are focus of UCLA Lewis Center’s 11th annual Downtown Los Angeles Forum
Large crowd from UCLA Luskin gathers to recognize achievements of Helene Creager MSW ’85 and Wilfred “Bill” Coggins MSW ’55
Research zeroes in on L.A. County, where the housing units are often found on the urban fringe, with more environmental hazards and less access to public services.
Research focusing on California sheds light on a largely unstudied issue: how to safeguard children in the justice system.
Visiting Public Policy faculty draw on rich life experiences to share their wisdom about influence, advocacy and persuasion with UCLA Luskin’s future leaders