Transformative Action: UCLA Luskin at UC Center Sacramento

UC Center Sacramento, 1115 11th St Sacramento, United States

The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs is gearing up for its inaugural briefing at UC Center Sacramento on February 14, 2024, featuring breakfast and two panel discussions. Esteemed faculty will present their latest findings on managing California's water resources amid climate change and evaluating the effectiveness of land use and zoning policies on fair housing and homelessness. This event promises to foster dialogue on policy solutions, with insights from researchers, elected officials, and policy experts aimed at driving transformative action in California.

Luskin Summit 2024: Transformative Action

UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center

The sixth annual Luskin Summit will feature a keynote presentation and the unveiling of our annual poll about life in Los Angeles, plus six breakout discussions. Speakers and details will […]


Dr. Marccus Hendricks Lecture: Murky Waters

Room 2343, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA , United States

As we face the growing impacts of climate change on urban infrastructure, the dialogue surrounding resilient water systems has never been more pressing. We invite you to join an in-depth session with Dr. Marccus Hendricks, who will illuminate the intersections of public health, urban planning, and environmental justice in the face of increasing sanitary sewer overflows and basement backups.