Archive Tag: Funding

CCSC research will assess opportunities for installing solar panels in low income communities.
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The Strategic Growth Council – a cabinet level committee focused on promoting sustainability and economic prosperity within California communities – awarded the California Center for Sustainable Communities (CCSC) (within the Institute of Environment and Sustainability at UCLA) $638,000 in Climate Change Research Program funds.  The funds will be used to Read more

The California Energy Commission awarded the California Center for Sustainable Communities (CCSC) (within the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA) $1 million in funding for a three-year research study on the impact of various sustainability strategies on indoor and ambient air quality within disadvantage communities. Researchers from the Read more

Rising temperatures in Los Angeles are causing concern over the heat related impacts of climate change.
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The Luskin Center for Innovation (LCI) was part of two winning partnership grants totaling $4.1M awarded by the California Strategic Growth Council. The grants aim to build climate resilience in disadvantaged communities. Continue Read more

A team led by Professors Sarah Tolbert (Chemistry and Biochemistry in Physical Sciences) and Bruce Dunn (Materials Science and Engineering  at UCLA Samueli) were awarded $9.75M from the Department of Energy (DOE) for a new research center: Synthetic Control Across Length-scales for Advancing Rechargeables center (SCALAR). Their center was one of only four Energy Frontier Read more

2017-2018 Sustainable LA Grand Challenge Research Scholars.
UCLA

The Goldhirsh Foundation committed $50K to the UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge (SLA GC) earlier this month to fund the FY19 Sustainable LA Grand Challenge Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (SLA GC-URSP). This signature, year-long program began in the 2014-2015 academic year and matches students with SLA GC researchers. SLA GC-URSP combines research, Read more