Events

Special Event

The Green Way 2: Career Paths for Environmental Science Alumni

Join IoES Alumni for a career discussion panel!

UCLA’s Environmental Science Alumni Association and Environmental Student Network are co-hosting an environmental careers discussion the evening of Wednesday, March 4. The event will feature five Environmental Science Alumni participating in a panel discussion where they will share their experiences after graduating. This event is targeted towards UCLA alumni with a B.S. in Environmental Science...

Awards

2020 GreenShorts Award Ceremony

An environmental film competition for Southern California high school students.

With GreenShorts, high school students get a chance to sit in the director’s chair and win cash prizes. The contest invites two-minute-or-less films to showcase ideas, commentary and vision for cities and the world. This year, students submitted one short film in five categories: Climate Heroes, Watertopia, No Justice No Green, You Are What You...

Special Event

A Botanist Comes Full Circle

by UCLA Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden

Home to over 6,500 native plants, California is the most botanically diverse U.S. state. More than 30% of the state’s plants are considered endemic and are found nowhere else in the world. Yet, many plants and habitats in California are seriously threatened. Remarkably, more than a third of the state’s flora is considered rare and...

Symposium

Energy Storage Solutions: Enabling the Expansion of Renewable Energy

The IoES Corporate Partners Program is hosting a discussion on energy storage for the renewable energy sector.

In recent years, governments and corporations alike have joined in a global movement towards near-term net zero energy commitments. While the vision of a world running on renewable energy has gained traction, it is still unclear how we will actually make this transition a reality.  This event will center around some of the practical issues...

OTHER EVENTS

2020 GreenShorts Award Ceremony

With GreenShorts, high school students get a chance to sit in the director’s chair and win cash prizes. The contest invites two-minute-or-less films to showcase ideas, commentary and vision for cities and the world. This year, students submitted one short film in five categories: Climate Heroes, Watertopia, No Justice No Green, You Are What You...


POSTPONED: Pollution, Politics, and Power

As a precaution against the spread of COVID-19, we are postponing this event until further notice.   Join UCLA’s Institute of Environment and Sustainability and Emmett Institute for a book discussion on April 1, 2020.  Thomas McGarity, Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Endowed Chair in Administrative Law at Texas Law, will share insights on...


The Green Way 2: Career Paths for Environmental Science Alumni

UCLA’s Environmental Science Alumni Association and Environmental Student Network are co-hosting an environmental careers discussion the evening of Wednesday, March 4. The event will feature five Environmental Science Alumni participating in a panel discussion where they will share their experiences after graduating. This event is targeted towards UCLA alumni with a B.S. in Environmental Science...


QSTEM & CDLS Winter Outreach and Research Symposium

Queers in STEM and Center for Diverse Leadership in Science present the Winter Research and Outreach Symposium 2020 on Monday, March 2nd from 2pm-4pm! Through a series of lightning talks, we will celebrate and highlight QSTEM and CDLS folks on their research and outreach.   Light refreshments will be provided. If you plan on attending, please RSVP here....


Leading the Clean Energy Transition: A Panel Discussion on Renewable Energy Project Finance and Development

Interested in renewable energy? Worried about climate change? Want to be part of the multi-trillion dollar global clean energy transition? Come hear from a panel of four UCLA Law alumni, including leading practitioners in renewable energy law, on the current state of the field and exciting career pathways for J.D. graduates. Speakers include: Ed Feo,...


CDLS Presents: Obstacles to STEM for Underrepresented POC and Strategies for Diversifying STEM

The Center for Diverse Leadership in Science will be having an event on “Obstacles to STEM for Underrepresented POC and Strategies for Diversifying STEM” at UCLA on February 21, 2020. We’ll be screening the award-winning documentary film Can We Talk? by filmmaker and Professor Kendall Moore. Parts of the film have been shown at the National...