Campus as a Living Lab (CLL)
UCI’s “Campus as a Living Lab” (CLL) program is a hybrid seminar and internship experience that offers a unique interdisciplinary opportunity for undergraduates to become sustainability leaders on campus while preparing for the green careers of the future. The program is coordinated in partnership among UCI Biological Sciences, UCI Sustainability Resource Center, and UCI Housing Sustainability.
Students can participate in a three quarter seminar that introduces sustainability concepts weekly and applies them to our most pressing environment, social, and economic challenges. Concurrently, each student partners with a UCI department to improve the sustainability of campus operations, systems, and practices through applied projects.
Applications are open until positions filled.
Room G458, Fourth Floor Student Center South in the R.I.S.E. Suite
Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5PM
Outdoor Adventures is a program hosted by UCI Campus Recreation that aims to help students get connected to nature and practice personal wellness through service learning and community-based recreational/fitness activities. This year, interns Trish and Jaden headed the “Leave No Trace” project at UCI, which is part of a larger effort to educate about the importance of enjoying nature while respecting and keeping clean our beautiful parks, beaches, and other outdoor areas. Main duties of this project include outreach to clubs and other campus audiences, social media campaigns with the Outdoor Adventures account, and boothing to educate campus members about Leave No Trace.