Public lectures, seminars, briefings and media interviews.
The UCLA Lewis Center is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to advancing research-based, innovative solutions to the problems and challenges that confront California.
To achieve its vision, the Lewis Center sponsors public lectures and seminars, convenes conferences to stimulate intellectual debate and dialogue, and organizes workshops to engage and educate public officials and decision-makers.
Researchers frequently deliver briefings and testimony to elected officials and community groups, provide media interviews, and advise public- and private-sector leaders. Policy makers are key partners in the Lewis Center’s mission and we invite you to explore our services.
Please check our publications section for published reports and other research findings. If you need further information, or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us, by phone at 424-442-0046, or via email at LewisCenter@publicaffairs.ucla.edu