support of existing programs, the RWBC provides infrastructure and
learning tools to foster excellence in undergraduate and graduate education.
Senior Sequence (Class Web Site)
USP Senior Sequence Student Research Projects
view abstracts of current (class of 2006) USP undergraduate Senior
here (Note to students in USP187: to edit your research abstract,
you need to first log into the RWBC--the log in link is at the
top of this page).
Tracey Hughes Poster Presentation: Jan 29, 2008
students in UCSD's Superfund Basic Research Program (SBRP) are part of
Core that includes RWBC-supported instruction in Geographic
Information Systems. The SBRP also creates opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to work on projects that link science to society.
Linking Science to Society
A defining feature of the RWBC (largely funded by the National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences) is the emphasis we place on linking science and technology to policy and planning. Two examples
1. Applying toxicogenomics and biomolecular technologies to environmental monitoring, risk assessment and bioremediation
2. Integrating Superfund Science and Traditional Environmental Knowledge: A Tribal Regional Workbench Approach
Global Planning Educators Interest Group (GPEIG) and IT infrastructure for Progressive Regionalism
Global Planning Educators Interest Group (GPEIG). http://gpeig.org/
"Progressive Imagination" and "Progressive Regionalism." http://gpeig.org/progressive/prog-splash.htm
Global-mindedness and pedagogy: http://gpeig.org/pedagogy_splash.htm
GPEIG collaborates with GPEAN (the Global Planning Association Network), see: http://gpeig.org/gpean_links.htm