Last year, support of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs impacted …
Over 540 students who began their UCLA journey and over 210 graduates now trained as leaders in their discipline.
Faculty who submitted more than 80 research proposals aimed at expanding the world’s knowledge in the field.
Over 190 community programs through which a number of UCLA’s more than 8,500 volunteers improved the quality of life in Los Angeles County.
PARALLAX Break: In the year ahead
In the year ahead …
In the year ahead, the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs seeks to establish a Latino policy think tank. This body of experts will champion non-partisan, evidence-based solutions that improve the economic, political, and social landscape for those living in California.
Private philanthropy will help us achieve this goal.
Nine new faculty members will be joining the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs on July 1 as part of a hiring binge that will soon enlarge the size of the full-time faculty by almost 20 percent and further diversify its demographic makeup.
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