The Green Bundle: Pairing the Market with the Planet
Bird Genoscape Project
Environmental Storytelling Collaboration with KCET
Climate Change in the Sierra Nevada
Antibiotic resistance in Southern California surfers
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Each year in the U.S., at least 2 million people get an antibiotic-resistant infection, and at least 23,000 people die” (2018). Antibiotic resistance is the ability of bacteria to resist the effects of certain antibiotics; primarily as a result of overuse or misuse of the antibioticsA...
Assessing Emerging Active Transportation Options at UCLA
Pictured above, left to right: Kyle Willenborg, Anna Weir, Brooke Shimasaki (Team Leader), Natalie Gonzalez, and Madeline Jordan (Team Leader) SAR Transportation Team: Assessing Emerging Active Transportation Options at UCLA Project Description: Electric scooters are one of the newest forms of sustainable transportation at UCLA. While they allow students to move efficiently...
Assessment of Helminth Biodiversity in Los Angeles County Coyotes through Fecal Meta-barcoding
2018-2019 La Kretz Center Graduate Research and Stunt Ranch Reserve Combined Grant
California Conservation Genomics Project
The UCLA La Kretz Center will lead a $10 million California conservation project in a state-funded initiative that will provide officials with the scientific basis for confronting climate change. “This project has the potential to revolutionize how we manage our land,” said Bradley Shaffer, a UCLA distinguished professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and director...
Center for Education Innovation & Learning in the Sciences (CEILS)
The Center for Education Innovation & Learning in the Sciences (CEILS) creates a collaborative community of instructors committed to advancing teaching excellence, assessment, diversity, and scholarship, resulting in the enhancement of student learning experiences in the Life and Physical Sciences at UCLA. CEILS is excited to work with CDLS to support the faculty fellows in...
Climate Currents is a student-created publication that features diverse perspectives throughout environmental science. A team of 9 early career fellows give voice to those experiencing climate change and other environmental injustices firsthand while simultaneously educating the public about environmental science. Our work features experiences of scientists working in environmental research, activists involved in stewardship, and...