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National Award for Sittig '09 & UCLA Luskin Community Scholars Team

Dylan Sittig '09 is part of a UCLA's Luskin Community Scholars team which received a national award for their study on distribution of goods in the L.A. area. The Community Scholars Program is a joint initiative of the UCLA Department of Urban Planning and the UCLA Labor Center, where students can work with community stakeholders to focus on timely and important Los Angeles regioal issues. Dylan, who received his BA in Urban and Environmental Policy at Occidental College, is working on his master's in Urban and Regional Planning at UCLA.

For his capstone project, Dylan and a team of students researched the distribution of goods in southern California, which included field trips to the Alameda Corridor, a boat tour of the Port of Los Angeles and a tour of the massive Costco distribution center in the Inland Empire. They also heard from experts, organizations and activists concerned about the impact and future of goods movement in the region. Their findings were compiled in a paper titled, "Delivering the Good: Strategic Interventions Toward a Just and Sustainable Logistics System in Southern California," which was received the 2017 AICP Student Project Award, in the Applied Research category. The students will be recognized at the 2017 National Planning Conference in New York.
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  • Marcelo Leonardi '94 Receives Distinguished Coaching Award

    USA Water Polo has announced Marcelo Leonardi '94 as the Midwest Zone recipient of the Sandy Nitta Distinguished Coaching Award. Leonardi is the Head Coach of the women's water polo team at the University of Michigan.
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  • Holiday Greetings from The Webb Fund!

    The holidays have arrived and we hope you will include The Webb Fund in your giving during this joyful time of year.
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  • 2017-18 Report of Schools is Online!

    Highlights of the 2017-18 year are featured in The Report of Schools, which is available online or in print.  In this edition, you will read about Webb’s many distinctive programs that our donors made possible last year and will make possible in the months and years ahead.  Gifts last year supported a wide variety of priorities: The Webb Fund, endowment including financial aid, faculty support and annual campus improvement and finally capital projects.
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    Collegiate athletes Wilson Parnell '13, McKenna Lamb '16 and Nick Jung '17 have each been recognized for their outstanding athletic and academic achievements.
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  • About Art School

    In an expose of sorts, one pegged to the publication of Gary Alan Fine’s new book Talking Art (U of Chicago Press, 2018), Charlie Tyson explores the facts and fictions surrounding MFA programs in the visual arts in America. A review of Fine’s book finds that seven of the 10 most expensive higher-education institutions in the U.S. are, in fact, art schools. But is it worth it? Maybe, if you want to be a professional artist. Tyson’s article also notes that more than half of the top 250 best-selling American artists at auction have an MFA. Read more in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
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  • 2017-18 Report of Schools is Online!

    Highlights of the 2017-18 year are featured in The Report of Schools, which is available online or in print.  In this edition, you will read about Webb’s many distinctive programs that our donors made possible last year and will make possible in the months and years ahead.  Gifts last year supported a wide variety of priorities: The Webb Fund, endowment including financial aid, faculty support and annual campus improvement and finally capital projects.
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  • Holiday Greetings from The Webb Fund!

    The holidays have arrived and we hope you will include The Webb Fund in your giving during this joyful time of year.
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  • The Week @ Webb - Thanksgiving Edition

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    The Week @ Webb is a unique look into the activities both on and off Webb's campus. Here are twenty characteristics of Webb I'm most thankful for this year.
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