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9 New Faculty Hired by UCLA Luskin

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Recruitment effort will enlarge the size of the full-time faculty by almost 20 percent, adding new expertise and greater diversity

Wildfires Don’t Have to be ‘Bad,’ Author Says

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Luskin Center for Innovation talk focuses on policy changes that can reduce the risk of tragedy in fire-prone areas such as Southern California

Resistance Through Research in the Trump Era

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Luskin Ph.D. students host conference on challenging inequality in the “new reality” of national politics in America

Rising Housing Costs Cause Serious Concerns — Especially for Young People — New UCLA Luskin Survey Finds

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Third annual Los Angeles County Quality of Life Index reflects impact of skyrocketing home prices on the lives of residents

A Showcase for Research by Urban Planning Students

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Careers, Capstones & Conversations annual networking event is a highlight of activities that welcome students newly admitted to UCLA Luskin Urban Planning, Social Welfare and Public Policy.

Reimagining CO2: UCLA Team Advances to Carbon XPRIZE Finals

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Luskin Center for Innovation is part of the Carbon Upcycling team sharing in the $5 million prize

Urban Development and Housing Expert Speaks at UCLA

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The talk by Nora Libertun de Duren of the Inter-American Development Bank was presented by Global Public Affairs at UCLA Luskin.

PhD Alumna Is Honored for Excellence in Urban Planning

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Anna Kim UP PhD '11 wins Scholar Prize bestowed by 2018 William R. and June Dale Prize for Excellence in Urban and Regional Planning.

New Report From the Institute of Transportation Studies

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Three UCLA ITS scholars have authored a new report to inform planners and help policymakers better understand and address declining ridership on public transit.

Respect for Nature Is Key to World’s Water Problems, Author Says

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UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation event features Sandra Postel, a leading authority on water sustainability.