KCRW President Emphasizes the Value of Open Dialogue

UCLA Luskin Senior Fellow Jennifer Ferro stresses the good that can come just from a willingness to truly listen

Responding to the Call in a ‘Post-Truth’ World

UCLA Luskin organizes a daylong exercise of teaching and learning in response to uncertainty and fear related to new U.S. presidential administration

2016 California Voter Issues — A Lot More Than Just Hillary and Trump

UCLA Luskin Social Welfare faculty members analyze the potential impact of a slew of state and local ballot initiatives
Author and academic Benjamin Barber speaks to the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs on Oct. 26 about the role of cities in solving global problems. Photo by Les Dunseith

Global Change Should Stem from Local Leadership

Author and academic Benjamin Barber says cities present the best hope of solving the world’s problems

UCLA Luskin Students Watch and Learn During Presidential Face-Off

Public Policy students see their political studies play out in real time at a viewing party for the first presidential debate