Social & Environmental Justice Through Spatial LensesApplying Knowledge of Space, Place & Networks to Equitable SolutionsA UCLA Luskin Faculty Executive Committee SymposiumThe Luskin Faculty Executive Committee sponsors an annual inter-departmental symposium linking scholarship to real-world practice to address critical issues. This year, UCLA and national experts will examine the use of spatial analysis to study how space and place produce and reproduce social, economic and environmental inequality. Luskin scholars have been at the forefront of multi-disciplinary GIS-based research and the application of spatial knowledge to solution-oriented action. Speakers:Dean Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr.Robert Ross, President & CEO, California EndowmentEvy Blumenberg, UCLA Luskin professor of Urban PlanningJ.R. DeShazo, Director, UCLA Luskin Center for InnovationPaul Ong, UCLA Luskin professor of Urban Planning and Social WelfareManuel Pastor, USC Program for Environmental and Regional EquityBridget Freisthler, UCLA Luskin professor Social WelfarePaul J. Gruenewald, Pacific Institute for Research and EvaluationIan Holloway, UCLA Luskin professor of Social WelfareLois Takahashi, UCLA Luskin professor of Urban PlanningLaura Abrams, UCLA Luskin professor of Social WelfareTodd Franke, UCLA Luskin professor of Social WelfareBridget Freisthler, UCLA Luskin professor of Social WelfareMichael Stoll, UCLA Luskin professor of Public PolicyLeo Estrada, UCLA Luskin professor of Urban PlanningFor more information and to register CLICK HERE.