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ISG Professor Chris Kelty awarded a UCHRI’s 2020-21 Multicampus Faculty Working Group Grant

Congratulations to ISG Professor and Vice Chair of Undergraduate Education, Christopher Kelty,  along with Michael Osman (UCLA Architecture) and Stephen Collier (UC Berkeley Environmental Design) who have been awarded a UCHRI’s 2020-21 Multicampus Faculty Working Group grant for the project: “Images of Resilience: GovTech, Data Buildings, and Artificial Biodiversity”. UCHRI is pleased to announce over $165,000 in research grants for…

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ISG Assistant Professor, Shane Campbell-Staton, has won a Life Sciences Division Excellence in Research Award

Congratulations to ISG Assistant Professor Shane Campbell-Stanton who has won a Life Sciences Division Excellence in Research Award for his paper, “Winter storms drive rapid phenotypic, regulatory, and genomic shifts in the green anole lizard”, published in Science in 2017. The Center for Education Innovation & Learning in the Sciences (CEILS) congratulated the recent winners of the Life Sciences Excellence…

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UCLA responds with support for Black Lives Matter

  8 Racial Justice Systems You Can Support Right Now – 6/10/2020 Following the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, the Blacks Lives Matter movement has exploded in active work of anti-racism by sharing of knowledge and resources through various platforms and urging action within the community. ISG Professor Terence Keel shares the importance of the work…

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Pandemic Participation: ISG Professor Christopher M. Kelty on Isolation and Participation in a Public Health Crisis

Drawing from ideas in his book, The Participant: A Century of Participation in Four Stories, ISG Professor, Christopher M. Kelty, discusses in a blog post how participation changes during a pandemic and what it means for the future. “To treat participation as general—and democracy as a more specific apparatus to which it responds—amounts to asserting that participation is prior to democracy.…

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