Student Participation Regions --
Wildlife Rescue & Reporting Team M.A.P. Regions
Student Journalism, Investigative News and Research
United in Supporting Life, Biological Diversity, and Human Rights as the Highest Values on Earth - All Life Matters
1 of 8 species is in danger of extinction (cite - the Guardian 4.25.2018 - URL)
Student PARTI Time!
What is a M.A.P.?
A Collaborative Mutual Aid Project
Student News Initiatives are underway.
Students: this is your invitation to join in, find new friends and make a difference.
UEF Chapters invite students to choose assignments that create local and regional news programs. Its student's inquisitive passion that powers the coverage of school and community stories. Students and volunteers collaborate on local, regional or national investigative research projects.
United Earth Fund's "United Earth News" initiative is raising funds to finance work-learn/work-study projects. Students will conduct investigative reporting in their region and communities. They will produce informative and entertaining public interest content for National and Regional news shows.
UEN Student Pilots
1} Lead story, 2} Full Newscast produced with Professors & Students at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Produced by other Student & Volunteers: 3} the Black Lagoon, 4} Human Trafficking.
UEF United Earth News FOUNDING Chapter at the University of California, Davis 1977
Student UEF chapter producing documentaries and radio environmental news.
UEF's United Earth News Chapter at the University of California, Davis.
UEF - Supporting Student Journalism Since 1978 Student Investigative News and Public Awareness Programs. Join In to Help Students Make the News! Student Research, Work-Study, Internships & Work-Learn Projects by UEF.
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