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Shackling the Leviathan

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Balancing the citizenry’s wants with the state’s needs is critical for a successful society, says 2018 Perloff lecturer Daron Acemoglu

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

Big Data and the Commuter

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Presentation by Antoine Cormount of Sciences Po university in Paris focuses on conflict when firms and governments use data sets differently.

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.

Gearing Up for an Urban Planning Education

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More than a hundred students from two Los Angeles high schools visit UCLA Luskin to learn about transforming their communities

Who, Exactly, Is Our Transportation System Designed to Serve?

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Panelists decry transit shortcomings for women and families during second installment of an ongoing discussion series sponsored by the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies

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.

'Catalytic Communities' with Theresa Williamson

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GPA hosts presentation by community organizer in Rio de Janerio, who spoke of empowering communities for positive development and change.

2018 Activists-in-Residence Welcomed at Reception

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Manuel Criollo and Yvonne Yen Liu will pursue research or reflect on their community work to advance racial, social and economic equity during their time on the UCLA campus.