Assessing the Health and Community Impacts of Oil Drilling Near Homes in South Los Angeles
Los Angeles is home to the largest urban oil field in the country, and we are researching the health and societal impacts of urban drilling on local communities.
Communications, science, and authoritarianism: then and now
This seminar class explores the role communications and science play in societies trending toward authoritarianism, tribalism and insularity.
Developing a model for sustainable ebony production and logging in Cameroon
Our Team We are the UCLA Undergraduate Research Team for Sustainable Ebony Production in Cameroon, a team within the Senior Practicum for Environmental Science majors in the Institute of Environment & Sustainability (IoES). The senior practicum program allows us to apply our knowledge of environmental science in a more specific setting for a real-world client. As seniors at UCLA’s Institute...
Osceola Ward, class of 2017 Project summary: For his leadership project, Osceola is volunteering with the outdoor education organization Outward Bound Adventures to design and implement an African-American history curriculum and use it to introduce black youth to outdoor activities. He is a wilderness instructor in training with Outward Bound’s Diverse Outdoor Leadership Initiative (DOLI)...