Now Hiring: Community Resilience Project Manager

UCI Community Resilience is hiring a project manager Overview UC-wide faculty, staff, and community trainers for the Student Leadership Institute for Climate Resilience Based at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), Community Resilience is a unit within the UCI Office of Sustainability. Community Resilience brings together teams of [...]

Now Hiring: Community Resilience Project Manager2021-03-01T10:22:42-08:00

Summer 2020 – Fall 2021 Events

Summer 2020 – Fall 2021 Events Click to download PDF Check out Community Resilience events during Summer 2020 through Fall 2021

Summer 2020 – Fall 2021 Events2021-02-23T11:42:43-08:00

Why This is the Work

The work required of us is to shift the white supremacist gaze to see what is actually happening here. I write to tell some stories from our work at the University of California, Irvine, to help connect some of these dots in a manner that points towards action.

Why This is the Work2020-07-22T10:56:11-07:00

Seeking 2019-20 Community Resilience Student Fellows

Join the 2019-20 Community Resilience Student Team   2017-18 student fellows from across the UC convene in an outdoor classroom during a leadership training intensive led by UCI Community Resilience Projects UCI Community Resilience Projects invites student applicants to join the 2019-20 Community Resilience student team. Participating students will receive an academic [...]

Seeking 2019-20 Community Resilience Student Fellows2020-02-20T11:01:04-08:00

Cultural Strategies for Environmental Justice

Cultural Strategies for Environmental Justice Visiting Hip-Hop Artist Will See January 21-25, 2019 Will See is a hip-hop artist, poet-MC, environmental justice (EJ) activist, and cultural worker from Detroit. He brings attention to issues of environment, race and class through his art and activism. He worked as Co-Director of the East Michigan Environmental [...]

Cultural Strategies for Environmental Justice2020-03-24T10:11:12-07:00

Words of Wild Survival: Wombs, Wounds, Wastelands, Water

Words of Wild Survival: Wombs, Wounds, Wastelands, Water Words of Wild Survival: Wombs, Wounds, Wastelands, Water took place on Friday, September 14, 2018, from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. The public conference convened in UCI's Humanities Gateway, Room 1010, and featured creative writing about African, African American, Latinx, and Native American responses to ecological [...]

Words of Wild Survival: Wombs, Wounds, Wastelands, Water2020-02-20T11:22:10-08:00

Open Fellowship Application for Students

Open Fellowship Applications for Students UCI Community Resilience Projects presents two student fellowship opportunities open to graduate and undergraduate students. The summer fellowship takes place this coming summer (2018). The year-long fellowship takes place next academic year (2018-19) and is part of the UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative Fellows Program. Continuing students from all [...]

Open Fellowship Application for Students2020-02-20T11:24:55-08:00

The North Pole Show Recap

The North Pole Show Recap Community Resilience Fellows hosting the North Pole event and describing their fellowship projects. By Tope Aladetimi, Community Resilience Student Fellow. May 10, 2018. On Wednesday, May 9, we hosted a viewing, discussion, and workshop about the North Pole Show at our Cross-Cultural Center as part of the Center’s [...]

The North Pole Show Recap2020-03-03T11:37:00-08:00

Co-lab and friends host event on race, place, and climate change

Co-lab and friends host event on race, place, and climate change Click here to download this flyer Please join the UCI Community Resilience Co-lab and friends for an afternoon exploring the relationship between your environment and your community, race and place, ‘hood stories and global climate change. The event welcomes to [...]

Co-lab and friends host event on race, place, and climate change2020-03-03T11:36:02-08:00

Winter 2018: Advanced Community Resilience Organizing Seminar

Register now for this new Winter 2018 seminar. Learn skills for community resilience organizing with an emphasis on environmental and climate justice. Deepen practices of transformative movement building, cultivate audacious vision, build community across movements, and navigate into action. This seminar is part of the our campus’ nascent Community Resilience Co-lab, an experimental co-curricular [...]

Winter 2018: Advanced Community Resilience Organizing Seminar2020-03-24T10:12:35-07:00
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