The ‘housing as opportunity’ school of thought is a ‘blunt instrument, whereas people’s housing needs are diverse,’ he tells Planning Report.
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Author Daniel Hernandez and professor Eric Avila consider L.A.’s complex identity at a gathering hosted by the Latin American Cities Institute.
Public policy lecturer Kimberly Ling Murtaugh shares strategies for success with graduate students preparing to enter the workforce.
Construction of the concert hall revitalized downtown Los Angeles, she tells Quartz.
His op-ed says the controversial actions of new Sheriff Alex Villanueva threaten criminal justice reform and accountability.
‘This is not where the energy should be expended,’ she says of the breakdown in what is normally a collaborative relationship.
UCLA Luskin joint faculty discuss universal health care systems, policies and implementation at the E. Richard Brown Symposium.
Report by the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies finds that California lacks the capacity to meet the governor’s goal of building 3.5 million new homes.
Professor David Cohen and Professors Emeritus Zeke Hasenfeld and Robert Schilling are recognized by the Journal of Social Service Research.
He explains the logic behind ‘run-through tracks’ included in the project to transform Union Station into a modern transit hub.