"R'Vote Matters" & "Reproductive Justice on R'Campus"
Join us for our first ever quarterly spotlight event, highlighting the work of UCR School of Public Policy students.
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About this Event
Tue, February 18, 2020
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM PST
900 University Avenue
University of California, Riverside
Interdisciplinary South 1109
Riverside, CA 92521
Presentations by two public policy students of the UCR School of Public Policy:
"R'Vote Matters: How to Make Your Voice Heard"
by Samuel Roberts
"Reproductive Justice on R'Campus"
by Elizabeth Kavianian
Limited complimentary parking is available in Parking Lot 1 for non-UCR guests: https://goo.gl/maps/F8qqwEiaQv71Vqbf6. Please go to the UCR kiosk next to Parking Lot 1 and ask for a parking permit under "SPP Student Spotlight." If parking permits are exhausted, there are parking permit dispensers in Lot 24 where you can purchase permits: https://goo.gl/maps/4idsTwpnAE5BeAhAA.
Directions to UCR:
You can find directions to the University of California, Riverside campus online at: http://www.ucr.edu/about/directions.html
Elizabeth Kavianian is a senior Public Policy major and Gender and Sexuality Studies minor, graduating in June 2020. She is passionate about reproductive justice issues and promoting public health initiatives and improving community health. She is currently an intern at the Planned Parenthood Action Fund of the Pacific Southwest, where she is focusing on creating a campaign to encourage participation, especially from college students, in the upcoming census. Additionally, she is very involved in campus leadership roles in her involvement in Planned Parenthood Generation Action, Delta Epsilon Mu, and the Student Health Center Advisory Committee. One day she aspires to work in the field of maternal and child healthcare and eliminate the disparities within this sector.
Samuel Roberts is a fourth year Public Policy Major graduating in June 2020. He is a Dean's Ambassador for the UCR School of Public Policy, a Campus Leader for the UC Advocacy Network, a tutor on campus, and on the board of Hillel. Additionally, he is currently working on his Capstone project with Professor David Pion-Berlin, in which he is analyzing the shift of Venezuelan government from a democracy to a dictatorship. Currently, Samuel has been working with the UC Office of the President and UC Riverside to develop educational social media content encouraging students to vote. After graduation, Samuel hopes to enter into a fellowship and subsequently work within local or state government across California.