Students are invited to learn about the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge (CNK). RSVP is not required. Lunch will be provided on a first come, first served basis.
The Lunch on Luskin series will feature a different Luskin-affiliated unit most Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Fall quarter. See the full schedule below.
The Center for Neighborhood Knowledge (formerly the Center for the Study of Inequality) conducts basic and applied research on the socioeconomic formation and internal dynamics of neighborhoods, and how these collective spatial units are positioned and embedded within regions. They work with a broad set of data and employ a range of analytical skills to examine neighborhood phenomena across time and space. Many of their reports and findings are available on the publications section of their website and it is their hope that they might act as tools for community members, leaders, and organizations to inform and empower. Visit their website.
Sep. 27 UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies
Sep. 29 Luskin Career Services and Student Support
Oct. 13 Gay Sexuality and Social Policy Initiative & Hub for Health Intervention, Policy and Practice
Oct. 18 Global Public Affairs
Oct. 20 UAW 2865
Oct. 25 Latin American Cities Initiative (Ciudades)
Oct. 27 UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies
Nov. 1 Voting Rights Project
Nov. 3 Latino Policy and Politics Institute
Nov. 8 Center for Neighborhood Knowledge
Nov. 17 Luskin Center for Innovation*
Nov. 29 UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy
*Registration is required for the Nov. 17 Lunch on Luskin.