Frank Gilliam, dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, was named chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. (UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs)

Luskin School of Public Affairs dean to leave UCLA

The dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs was named chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, officials announced Friday. Frank Gilliam, named dean in 2008, has played roles in furthering UCLA’s civic engagement through research and partnerships within the community, according to a UCLA statement. Read more...

Frank Gilliam, dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, was named chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. (UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs)


Members of the Indonesian Bruin Student Association prepare crafts for their cultural day, which will be held Thursday. (Allison Ong/Daily Bruin)
Members of the Indonesian Bruin Student Association prepare crafts for their cultural day, which will be held Thursday. (Allison Ong/Daily Bruin)

Madison Davis, a first-year biology student, wrote about Amir Hakimi, a fourth-year neuroscience student who is involved in the Mobile Clinic Project at UCLA and Swipes for the Homeless. Hakimi also developed projects to help the less fortunate. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)
Madison Davis, a first-year biology student, wrote about Amir Hakimi, a fourth-year neuroscience student who is involved in the Mobile Clinic Project at UCLA and Swipes for the Homeless. Hakimi also developed projects to help the less fortunate. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Students attended a discussion and presentations on SWANA identity. (Bailey Greene/Daily Bruin)
Students attended a discussion and presentations on SWANA identity. (Bailey Greene/Daily Bruin)

Esaw Garner, wife of Eric Garner, was the keynote speaker at the Community Programs Office's annual community reception, which had the theme "Resistance is Us" this year. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin)
Esaw Garner, wife of Eric Garner, was the keynote speaker at the Community Programs Office's annual community reception, which had the theme "Resistance is Us" this year. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin)

Michael LaCour, a UCLA graduate student, confessed to falsifying details of the data collection process in a study published in Science magazine last December, according to a report released Tuesday. (Courtesy of UCLA)
Michael LaCour, a UCLA graduate student, confessed to falsifying details of the data collection process in a study published in Science magazine last December, according to a report released Tuesday. (Courtesy of UCLA)


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