Thank you for applying to the UGS Winter 2013: Regenerative Community!
By now you should have received a welcome email with the attached syllabus and instructions of next steps, if you do not have this yet, please make sure you applied through our google app and email us to make sure you receive updates in the future:
UGS 2013 Application (you will receive an email after applying, spots available until seminar reaches capacity)
The only material you are responsible to read by week 1 is the syllabus that is already posted on our main UGS 2013 page on this site (and attached to the Welcome Email). In the near future, you will readings, video links, blog entries, and resources on this site for your convenience.
Seminar for Credit:
As mentioned on the Welcome Email, if you are a student taking this seminar for credit, please send us the credit type you want to obtain (190ANTH, 190Public Policy, 198I with UCR department, 198I Garden Internship) to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hey there, we apologize for the inconvenience, there is much new material, information, and contacts for:
- Cultivate R’Space UGS 2013 Materials, Readings, and Video Links (syllabus already posted)
- Cultivate R’Space Community Group: this community group makes it possible for students and community members to get involved by developing, organizing, and hosting quarterly community events for and in the garden, meeting will begin January 2013 (contact: Pavan Rami, email@example.com).
- UCR Garden Physical Design: the toilet and classroom building projects are going to be a part of the larger community garden design process which starts January 2013, student groups are collaborating with the community garden to begin developing designs for each of these projects (contact: Fortino Morales and Gina Gonzales, firstname.lastname@example.org).
- UCR Garden Media and Documentation: this includes taking photographs, video, and promotional media items for the garden that will engage the community of Riverside and others in learning what this garden is about, who are the people involved, and how the different projects a part of a larger community project in our garden like others (contact: Yesenia Gurrola, email@example.com).
- UCR Garden Internships and Vision Planning: If interested in another project from these, you can also sign up through Undergraduate Research in the Community to develop a community project that focuses on your interests, allows you to choose a faculty mentor, and could potentially be a UCR Garden project in the near future (contact: Fortino Morales, firstname.lastname@example.org).