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Luskin Summit: Closing Sessions

Luskin Conference Center 425 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

Zev Yaroslavsky will unveil the results of the seventh annual Quality of Life Index. Then, Jim Newton will interview former governors Gray Davis and Pete Wilson on "The State of California."

Regents’ Lecture: Elizabeth Yeampierre

Virtual Webinar

Join the internationally recognized Puerto Rican environmental/climate justice leader for a talk titled, "Climate Justice: Building the Path for a Just Transition."

MSW Alumni Career Panel

Zoom CA

Hear a panel of Luskin MSW alums talk about their career trajectories and have a chance to ask questions and talk with them after the panel from the comfort of your own home! Register on CareerHub.

Perloff Lecture: Karen Seto

Room 5391 Luskin School of Public Affairs Building 337 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA

The Yale professor integrates satellite remote sensing analysis into her examinations of how urban expansion affects the planet and its environment.

A Look at Generational Grassroots Movements

Directors Guild of America 7920 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

A panel at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival will explore the historical mobilization of groups, their evolution, difficulties, and what their histories tell us about race, gender and power within institutions.

Social Welfare Joe Nunn Alumni Award Celebration

UCLA James West Alumni Center, Tom Davis Founders' Room 325 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles

A reception and short program will honor the 2022 Joseph A. Nunn Social Welfare Alumna of the Year, M. Ahmanise Sanati.

Luskin Lecture / Perloff Lecture: Robert Bullard

Bruin Viewpoint Room, Ackerman Union at UCLA 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

The scholar known as the father of environmental justice will focus on empowering vulnerable populations in the U.S. and ensuring that climate change mitigation is fair and equitable.

The Legacy of Marty Wachs

Perloff Hall, DeCafe 1302 Perloff Hall, Los Angeles, CA

During a series of afternoon presentations, former students, colleagues and friends will reflect on the impact of the late professor as a teacher and mentor, plus his legacy as a planning and transportation scholar.

Celebration of 50 (Plus!) Years of UCLA Urban Planning

Charles E. Young Grand Salon, Kerchoff Hall at UCLA 480 Charles E Young Drive East, Los Angeles, CA

Dolores Hayden, a renowned scholar of the American urban landscape, is the keynote speaker on the closing day of Urban Planning's celebration of "50 Years of Scholarship to Solutions."