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WELCOME FROM OUR DIRECTOR

RICHARD l. KRAVITZ, MD, MSPH

Welcome to the UC Center Sacramento. The UC Center educates California’s future leaders in the craft of politics and policymaking, while making the expertise of faculty of the nation’s leading university available to decision-makers in the legislative and executive branches of government.

UCCS is one of Sacramento’s best-kept secrets.  As director, my job is to let the secret out! Whether you are a student, educator, policymaker, or concerned citizen, UCCS has something to offer.  I invite you to explore our website and check out our programs.

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ACADEMIC POSITIONS AT UCCS


UCCS VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR


UCCS LECTURER


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HOUSING, LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT LECTURESHIP

Understanding and Challenging Opposition to Housing Construction in California's Urban Areas

HOUSING, LAND USE, & DEVELOPMENT POLICY BRIEF

HOUSING, LAND USE, & DEVELOPMENT POLICY BRIEF & WHITE PAPER

HOUSING, LAND USE, & DEVELOPMENT VIDEO


Paavo MonkkonenSacramento, CA - UC Center Sacramento hosted the inaugural Housing, Land Use, and Development Lectureship on December 1, 2016. Open to faculty and researchers from throughout the UC system, the Lectureship facilitates research focusing on evidence-based public policy as it relates to housing in California.

The winner was Paavo Monkkonen, Associate Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.

Professor Monkonnen's research focused on the role of new housing supply in California. His paper seeks to provide essential background for understanding the economics of housing markets, the motivations of opponents to new housing and higher density in California’s cities and what might be done to overcome this opposition. The lecture, “Understanding and Challenging Opposition to Housing Construction in California's Urban Areas”, included a policy brief and white paper, available above.

This program is made possible by a generous unrestricted gift from the Center for California Real Estate, an institution dedicated to the advancement of real estate knowledge.  

 

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Want to learn more about our program? Watch video below

Watch our video below and hear what Nina Kapoor and other UCCS alumni have to say about their experience in program.

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