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What are we Missing? Rethinking Strategies to Advance Women in Technology

TBA Public Affairs Building 337 Charles E Young Dr East, Los Angeles, CA

Registration system coming soon!Event Summary:  This Symposium to Advance Women in Technology will provide attendants with actionable strategies to advance women of all races, backgrounds, and socioeconomic statuses in the tech sector. The Symposium will apply an interactive and interdisciplinary approach to assessing the gender gap in the tech workforce, with an emphasis on rethinking […]

Digital Tools for Resistance

Workshop on Digital Tools for Resistance with representatives from ACLU SoCal and the Electronic Frontier Foundation about the paradoxes of online organizing and the possibilities of networked activism. See how to install and use Signal, a free app that protects privacy by encrypting messages automatically.

Environmental Graduate Student Reception

3rd Floor Commons 337 Charles E. Young Drive East, 3383 Public Affairs, Los Angeles, CA

Learn about campus environmental orgs, student research, job opportunities, internships and events over hors d’oeuvres & refreshments.

Making a Difference Where You Are

LA Plaza de Cultura Y Artes⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 501 N. Main Street, Los Angeles, CA

Author Nan Alexander Doyal will discuss her new book. Reception, panel discussion, author Q&A, and book signing to follow.

A Gendered Planning Mismatch

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center 244 South San Pedro St., Los Angeles, CA

'Transportation Is a Women's Issue' event will cover how transportation planning and policy can better serve women’s travel patterns and needs.

cityLAB Summer Institute

Using innovative technologies to investigate the built and lived spaces, participants explore L.A. through fieldwork, including site visits.

Gil Penalosa – Creating Vibrant & Healthy Cities

LA Plaza de Cultura Y Artes⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 501 N. Main Street, Los Angeles, CA

One of Planetizen's 100 influential urbanists will discuss sustainable mobility, walking, bicycling and using public transit in creating a vibrant city.

Taking Data-Driven Policy Into the Future

Virtual CA

The trajectory of modern society increasingly deploys data to address equity issues around such diverse topics as housing evictions, air quality, or criminal justice reform. Learn how.