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Community Resilience Co-lab

The Community Resilience Co-lab is one of the projects convened by UCI Community Resilience Projects.

The Community Resilience Co-Lab aims to build a stronger campus community response to the enduring and intersecting crises of environmental, racial, and social injustice. The Co-lab brings together UCI graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff from across disciplines and departments to co-generate critical and collaborative shared space. We use the Co-lab to experiment with deepening connection, skills, and critical analysis related to these issues in ways that embody the values underlying the world we seek to create.

The 2019 Co-lab aims to generate:

  • A brave, collaborative space for campus organizers, faculty, graduate students and undergraduates who aim to create fertile ground for communal care, resilience, and liberation;
  • Deepened and strengthened intellectual and community relationships;
  • Increased shared analysis of the intersections among environmental, racial, and social injustice;
  • An agile network to withstand and work with related challenges that arise here on campus; and
  • Increased familiarity with concrete skills, tools, methods, and knowledge to liberate and support Co-lab participants’ commitment to communities and social justice.


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At the 2017 100% Renewable Energy Conference, students told UC President Janet Napolitano how student efforts led UCI to switch to an all electric bus fleet and urged UC to pursue sustainability and student basic needs like food and housing security as hand-in-hand goals.