UCLA Luskin Lecture brings together political forces who forged a path for the next generation of leaders.
With an earlier primary date, the Golden State may sway national debates and even the presidential contest.
Students and faculty from the social welfare department in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs assist mothers and children seeking asylum in the United States.
The inaugural conference, which marks the 25th anniversary of UCLA Luskin, will address major issues facing the region.
Veteran journalist urged the media to re-commit to basic reporting at annual Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture.
Chancellor Gene Block and Youlonda Copeland-Morgan, vice provost for enrollment management, took part in a panel discussion on the future of higher education at the National Press Club in Washington.
The study showed that household medical costs were 30 percent higher, and the likelihood of medical debt was doubled, when an adult had lived through three or more adverse experiences during childhood.
Foreign retaliation to U.S. tariffs disproportionately affects Republican-leaning counties, report finds
The aggregate yearly loss to the U.S. economy from the trade war is about $7.8 billion, according to a working paper by a team of economists that includes UCLA professor Pablo Fajgelbaum.
The report predicts weaker housing markets into 2020 in California. One bright spot in the outlook is investment in intellectual property, which consists largely of software development; film and TV production; and corporate research and development.
In her latest book, UCLA’s Kara Cooney notes how a ruler’s gender matters far less than whose agendas are served.
At a Zócalo Public Square/UCLA Downtown event scholars said legal and political realities make it difficult to remove a president, even if he’s broken the law.
UCLA professors Marjorie Kagawa-Singer and David Hayes-Bautista participated in a Zócalo Public Square/The California Wellness Foundation discussion.
UCLA's Kal Raustiala and Richard Anderson and two journalists discuss whether the U.S. is truly a democracy and whether democracy is itself prone to authoritarianism.
Since their birth in the turbulent late ’60s, UCLA’s four ethnic studies centers have made waves far beyond campus. As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, their mission to use advanced research to bring about social justice takes on added urgency.
Legal scholars on Zócalo/UCLA Downtown panel see corporations and defendants gaining protection, while reproductive rights and affirmative action wither.
Law school dean Jennifer Mnookin and other law schools’ deans advocate for lowering the cut score to pass the bar exam.
The report’s authors write that the big question for the California economy is how long the state’s tech industry boom can continue.
A report by UCLA, UC Berkeley and California Food Policy Advocates found that the state could lose up to $1.67 billion in federal benefits.
Martin Luther King Jr. once hailed Lawson as the world’s leading theorist and strategist of nonviolence.
New report found a significant increase in Latino ballots cast in several states during the November 2018 elections.
UCLA’s Carole Goldberg ‘has singlehandedly created an army of well-trained lawyers, judges and academics.’
Analysis of the 2016 election by Lynn Vavreck and co-authors John Sides and Michael Tesler dispels some myths about the contest.
Political science professor Lynn Vavreck and her coauthors debunk some of the conventional wisdom about how Donald Trump won the Oval Office.
The event in Bruin Plaza on Oct. 9 is sponsored by the American Indian Studies Center and will feature singing, refreshments and a screening of Native short films in Kaplan Hall.
California’s economy is expected to continue to grow faster than the U.S. economy, but the report indicates that growth at the state and national levels will be weaker in 2020.