Tuesday, April 30, 2013 - Wednesday, May 1, 2013
UEP Senior Comps: Transportation, Transit Justice
Five UEP students present their senior comprehensive projects related to Transportation and transit justice.
11:30AM: Kevin Brunke
Back to the Future? The Reintroduction of Streetcar Service in Downtown Los Angeles
12:15PM: Charlotte Bromley
Displacement and Gentrification in Low-Income Communities Connected to the
Los Angeles 30/10 Plan: Who is Vulnerable, What Can Be Done to Prevent
Deepening Inequality, and How L.A.'s Expanded Transit System Can Succeed
3:00PM: Shylana Roman
Tracking the Nature of Urban Transit in Boston and Los Angeles:
How the Nature of a Community's Public Transit System Affects Accessibility to Health Care
3:45PM: Jonathan Krol
Surveying Transit Riders at Culver City Expo Station and the Wilshire/Western Purple Line Station:
A Comparative Case Study of Mid-City/Westside Rail Expansion in Los Angeles
4:30PM: Emma Sorrell
Olympic-Sized Opportunities: An Investigation of the Olympic Games as a
Tool to Promote and Advance a Sustainable Agenda
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Pre-Health Club: Panel and Farewell Mixer
Join the Pre-Health Students Association for its first annual application panel and farewell mixer.
Come here from a panel of students moving on to medical, dental, and veterinary school followed by an informer mixer/dinner in honor of graduating seniors.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
UEP Senior Comps: Schools, Education, Community Benefits Agreements
Seven UEP students present their senior comprehensive projects related to Schools, Education, and Community Benefits Agreements.
9:00AM: Forrest Ben Kowalczyk
Labor & Community Coalition Building in Local Politics;
Lessons from the Portland Community Benefits Campaign
9:45AM: Dylan Sittig
Public Participation in Urban Planning
10:30AM: Alex Acuna
Refined Corporate-Community Relations:
Is a Community Benefits Agreement Possible in Richmond, CA?
11:15AM: Roxanne Butler
Will Sports Save the American City:
Deconstructing the Power Dynamics Between Public, Private and
Community Interest: A Case Study of Los Angeles
12:45PM: Lizet Barba
Schooling in the Barrio: The Lennox School District's
1:45PM: Charlotte Krovoza
In the Trenches: Reflections on the Pedagogy and
Policy of Teaching Los Angeles' English Language Learners
2:30PM: Eliza Campbell
Grassroots Greening: Motives for Involvement in
Proposition 84 Funded School Greening Projects in LAUSD
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 - Thursday, May 2, 2013
Studio Art Honors Reception - Margaret Gallagher
Studio Art Honors Reception - Margaret Gallagher - "Pocket Field Guide to the Beasts Found in the City of Los Angeles"
The Art History and Visual Arts Department is pleased to invite you to attend an informal presentation of Studio Art Honors candidate Margaret Gallagher's fantastical illustrated series, the Pocket Field Guide to the Beasts Found in the City of Los Angeles. Refreshments will be served.