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IoES in the news and quotable
By Meg Sullivan
Originally posted in UCLA Newsroom
IoES in the news and quotable.
The Los Angeles Times highlighted research by IoES undergraduates and environmental group Heal the Bay.
The Heal the Bay team visits several beach sample sites and bonds over breakfast burritos.
Taylor Nicole Pitz goes straight to the source to get a broad perspective on past, current, and future problems and solutions for Los Angeles water management.
Leanna Huynh writes on what to expect from the new Environmental Justice Initiative that is occurring on UCLA’s campus.
The capstone experience requires undergraduates to bring the threads of their various classes together in one culminating venture.
UCLA’s Environmental Sciences degree has exploded as one of the campus’ fastest-growing majors.