Developed at UCI, the Student Leadership Institute for Climate Resilience (SLICR) provides participants with an overview of some of the major challenges and opportunities we face in building community climate resilience, as well as tools for action.
This SLICR special topics course explores the intersections of COVID19, community resilience, and sustainability, including personal resilience, health equity, social justice, issue framing, organizing and activism tools, and more.
Projects will include background research and readings, in class and online discussion, and a writing component.
Upon completion of the course, students will:
The training is free of charge to participants. Full attendance at all sessions of the training is required for participation. Sessions will be interactive and require video presence, active participation in group breakout sessions, and brief presentations. Facilitation will be in English. We aim for this training to be fully accessible. Please let us know in your application if you need any accommodations.
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The institute has its roots in UCI’s Student Institute for Sustainability Leadership (SISL). Many SISL alumni have gone on to become key campus leaders in these areas and have shaped their academic pursuits accordingly. With SLICR training happening across multiple UC campuses, a UC-wide cohort of transformative change makers is emerging. We invite you to become part of it. Learn more about the SISL experience in previous years here: SISL 2013, SISL 2014, SISL 2015, SISL 2016, SISL 2017, SISL 2018, SLICR 2019, and SLICR 2020 .