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Kaplan to Advise CDC on Prevention of Violence and Injuries

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The Social Welfare professor is named to the Board of Scientific Counselors, a panel of experts that will guide the federal government's efforts to improve public health.

A Celebration of the Grassroots Leaders of Watts

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A beachside celebration honors community advocates partnering with the Watts Leadership Institute.

Social Welfare Ph.D. Faculty Ranked Among Top Three in Scholarly Productivity

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Public universities in the West are top performers, according to study gauging the impact of academic research.

New Grants Ensure Watts Leadership Institute’s Mission Will Continue to Grow

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An infusion of more than $650,000 will be invested in small nonprofits and community leaders on the ground in marginalized neighborhoods

Santos Sees Developmental Science Through Intersectional Lens

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New faculty member in UCLA Luskin Social Welfare co-edits special volume of academic journal.

‘Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable’

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In commencement address, Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey issues a call to action to more than 200 change agents from Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning

Social Welfare Honors Alumna of the Year, Bestows Lifetime Achievement Award

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Large crowd from UCLA Luskin gathers to recognize achievements of Helene Creager MSW ’85 and Wilfred “Bill” Coggins MSW ’55

Major News: UCLA Luskin Launches Undergraduate Degree

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The B.A. in Public Affairs combines rigorous methodology with community engagement, connecting the dots between theory and action

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.

Early Childhood Incarceration Linked to High Rates of Physical, Mental Health Issues

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Half of those admitted to juvenile justice facilities before their teen years reported suicidal thoughts as adults