Other public engagement opportunities at UC

Learn more about other relevant public engagement with science opportunities at UC.


Community Engagement and Service Learning: AFST3020
Communicating about Health, Environment & Science: EVST/COMM2004
Environmental Communication: EVST/COMM4067
Communication of Technology, & Science: COMM4068
Perspectives on Sustainability: EVST5100
Technical and Scientific Writing: ENGL3092
Writing for Justice: EVST/ENGL2073
Writing for Parks and Museums: ENGL2072
Creative Writing and the Environment: ENGL3079
Women and Sustainable Development: POL5165
Introduction into Forensics: CHEM1006
Nature/Science Writing: JOUR3050
Science and Health Writing: PWRT7043
Science, Philosophy, and Society: PHIL3023

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Non-Profit and Community Leadership: The non-profit and community leadership (ORGL-NP) track will provide an interdisciplinary set of knowledge and skills needed to work and lead in the nonprofit, community organizations, civil society organizations, charities, nongovernmental organizations, advocacy groups, or public sector. 

Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk: The Communicating Science, Health, Environment & Risk Certificate helps students gain in-depth understanding and practical experience in the areas of health and environmental communication, science, and risk.

Digital Engagement: The Digital Engagement Certificate is designed to give students a theoretical understanding and practical experience in the area of digital technology engagement, integrating technological skills and knowledge with digital literacy and digital competency.

Global Health Studies: Within the Global Health Studies certificate, Students will gain knowledge and understanding of the global burden of disease and threats to well-being. 


STEM and Sustainability Education: The STEM and Sustainability Education Certificate provides a background in the foundation of integrated STEM instruction and sustainability education. Our graduate certificate equips teachers, administrators, and informal educators with the instructional knowledge to help learners navigate a less predictable world. 

Museum Studies: If you are interested in working in museums, galleries, historic homes, libraries, archives, or zoos and aquariums, a Museum Studies Certificate can provide insight into the structure and processes within a organization, the theories applied, knowledge and hands on skills needed to perform specialized duties within a museum environment.

Graduate Certificate in Community-Engaged Research for Health: The certificate program is geared towards graduate students, faculty members, and academic or community researchers who are interested in integrating community engagement into their research design.