In online interviews with a professor, UCLA Luskin social welfare alumni reveal some fear, some frustrations and a whole lot of dedication.
“Entire neighborhoods will face economic uncertainty, and a public health crisis is not the time to ignore their needs,” said UCLA’s Sonja Diaz.
A new survey shows that despite deep concern, most Angelenos trust the response of local officials to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The system aggregates input from the general public to help UCLA scientists find ways to fight transmission of the disease.
The report was sponsored by the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative and the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Researchers from UCLA and two other universities estimate that 7,200 people who don’t currently have housing could require critical care.
Census undercount of Latinos could cost L.A. dearly in funds for critical health and social services
If 10% of the Latino population were not included, Los Angeles County could lose out on over a half billion dollars.
A California Policy Lab study could help officials understand how targeted job training programs could prevent homelessness.
The event — hosted by The Atlantic and made possible by UCLA — convened people from the arts, academia, health, entertainment, media and more.
Centennial Initiative project shares research with students, teachers and schools across Los Angeles.
In this Q&A, the honorary Academy Award winner discusses how the movement originated and shares how his experiences at UCLA shaped his career.
The UCLA center’s role in preserving the experiences, struggles and accomplishments of Asian American peoples is vital in a city that is home to so many Asian communities.
CicLAvia celebrated 100 years of UCLA in October.
UCLA began observing its 100th birthday and delivered new advances in research, health care, the arts, community service and teaching.
Using data from seven Los Angeles County agencies, researchers developed a model to predict which 3,000 residents were most likely to become homeless.
In this role, Hoek will provide leadership and grow partnerships with faculty and stakeholders to improve ecosystem health in Los Angeles.
Researchers from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs designed a park specifically for older adults in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
About 1,000 people were transported from homeless shelters to the clinic for physical, dental and vision care.
They will participate in research on equality, opportunity and change as part of ‘Data for Democracy in Los Angeles.’
During a Zócalo/UCLA Downtown program panelists discussed what everyday Angelenos can do about homelessness.
The analysis is the only comprehensive analysis of the state of the region’s water systems
UCLA’s V. Kelly Turner launched a massive mural painted with a surface-cooling coating to start a conversation about our warming world.
For half a century, the center has been advocating for, and listening to, people in indigenous communities in Los Angeles and beyond.
Study's authors urge educators and policymakers to address poverty, health and educational practices that undermine achievement and opportunity.
The 33rd edition of the open-streets event celebrates UCLA’s Centennial with activities that brought campus highlights downtown.