My name is Noelle Watanabe. I received my B.S. in Biology with a minor in Spanish from UCLA, and I am thrilled to be back at UCLA again completing the second year of my Masters in Environmental Health Sciences in the Fielding School of Public Health. I am also pursuing the Leaders in Sustainability Certificate and am happy to be organizing and working on projects to improve sustainable practices across campus like the Recycle Roundup and Community Supported Agriculture Box program.
Malin Kan is a second year in the Moving Image Archives Studies M.A. program. Her primary interest is in film programming, particularly in how methods might be developed to facilitate the building of relationships between film programmers, curators and moving image archivists to expand the accepted canon and to provide the justification for the preservation of a wider range of materials through their exhibition and celebration.
The next meeting of the Campus Affairs Committee will be held at 6pm on Thursday, February 21, 2013. The meeting will be held in the California Conference Room, in Suite 2 of the Hearst Gym. The commitee meeting is open to all students. A preliminary agenda is below.File Attachments: February Committee Meeting Agenda v1.pdf
The GA is hiring: Help fight for an affordable education, a more diverse and inclusive campus, and student voice!
The Executive Board of the GA is seeking three graduate students to support advocacy efforts on campus: The first will support advocacy on issues relating to equity, inclusion, and diversity. The second will support grassroots efforts on campus that promote an affordable education for all students and a living wage for student-workers.File Attachments: 12-13 Equity Unity and Assembly Diversity Director.pdf 12-13 Affordable Education Director.pdf 12-13 Committees Reformer.pdf
Date: January 24, 2013Time: 6pm Location: California Conference Room, Hearst Gym
The next meeting of the Campus Affairs Committee will be held at 6pm on Thursday, January 24, 2013. We will be discussing Resolution 1301a. The commitee meeting is open to all students. If you would like more information, please contact the committee chair, Carl Nadler: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links to the current meeting agenda and resolution text can be found on the Campus Affairs Committee Website.
***ATTENTION ALL GA MEMBERS***
Until further notice, the Graduate Assembly Business Office has been temporarily relocated to Hearst Gym room 102. We are available Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. Please submit all reimbursement requests, Travel Award and funding applications to the Business Office in Hearst 102. If you have any questions, please either come by Hearst 102, email the Business Office at email@example.com call 510-642-5171 and ask to speak to the Graduate Assembly.
The Graduate Assembly
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