Thursday, April 19

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Zubin Mishra, a third-year chemical engineering student who is leading a Chem-E-Car team in the conference, said they are using a hydrogen fuel cell to power the car and a sodium thiosulfate clock to stop the car. (Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Zubin Mishra, a third-year chemical engineering student who is leading a Chem-E-Car team in the conference, said they are using a hydrogen fuel cell to power the car and a sodium thiosulfate clock to stop the car. (Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Sarah Goldacker/Daily Bruin)
(Sarah Goldacker/Daily Bruin)

Vint Cerf, who graduated UCLA in 1972 and co-created the Internet Protocol suite, spoke at Royce Hall on Monday evening about his concerns for the internet's future. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)
Vint Cerf, who graduated UCLA in 1972 and co-created the Internet Protocol suite, spoke at Royce Hall on Monday evening about his concerns for the internet's future. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

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The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training program will allow students to conduct public health field work for three days a week from June to August. Students in the program will also receive a $3,000 stipend, housing and meals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

New public health summer program seeks to expose students to field

A new UCLA summer program will give college students interested in public health hands-on experience in the field. Students in the UCLA Public Health Scholars Training program will conduct field work three days a week from June to August with a community-based organization in the Los Angeles area, and will also receive a $3,000 stipend, housing, meals, a metro pass and a paid trip to Georgia, where they will visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read more...

The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training program will allow students to conduct public health field work for three days a week from June to August. Students in the program will also receive a $3,000 stipend, housing and meals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A North Carolina congresswoman introduced a bill that would expand federal financial aid programs to encourage shorter-term programs and would cap the amount of loans a student can receive. (Daily Bruin file photo)
A North Carolina congresswoman introduced a bill that would expand federal financial aid programs to encourage shorter-term programs and would cap the amount of loans a student can receive. (Daily Bruin file photo)