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UL Lafayette education major stars in Space Camp documentary 'The Mars Generation'

By UL Lafayette Office of Communications and Marketing

Victoria Harrelson will spend the summer at a familiar hangout, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

Harrelson, a junior from Lafayette majoring in elementary education, will work as a counselor at the rocket center’s Space Camp from mid-May to mid-August.

The educational camp is where in summers past she fell in love with space exploration, landed a significant role in the Emmy-nominated documentary “The Mars Generation,” and figured out she wanted to be a teacher.

The U.S. Space and Rocket Center, which is operated by the state of Alabama, sits near NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. The rocket center was launched in 1970 to showcase the country’s space program, and offers educational camps for children and adults throughout the year. Its summer Space Camp for children is designed to engage them in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM, activities.

Harrelson’s duties as a counselor will include providing instruction about space exploration, and conducting simulated missions and training exercises.

She’ll lead based on experience. Harrelson first attended Space Camp at age 13, although somewhat reluctantly. She tagged along only at the urging of a persistent cousin.

“I remember that first night being like, ‘I don’t want anything to do with this,’” Harrelson said.

She quickly changed her mind. “I wound up just falling in love with space and really started growing as a person and learning about teamwork and becoming a leader.”

Harrelson returned to the camp four times while in middle school and high school. During her third summer there, when she was 15, Harrelson landed a role in the Emmy-nominated Netflix documentary “The Mars Generation.” The documentary, which was filmed in 2015, features astronauts and other space experts who weigh in about the future of space exploration.

Its true stars, according to The New York Times, are the “brilliant, space-obsessed teens, who take part in special camps designed to simulate what it might be like to travel to and even live on Mars.” Harrelson has a significant role, appearing throughout the more than hour and a half film. She’s shown engaging in Space Camp activities, interacting with peers and being interviewed.

The role earned Harrelson a paid trip to the Sundance Film Festival in January 2017 in St. Lake City, Utah, where “The Mars Generation” premiered. The documentary was released that May on Netflix, where it’s currently available for livestreaming.

“The entire experience was really just very cool, and very humbling,” Harrelson said.

Harrelson also decided on a career while at Space Camp. In summer 2019, during her first stint as a camp counselor, she realized she wanted to teach while watching children “have aha moments when they would understand a new concept.”

Harrelson anticipates earning her bachelor’s degree in Spring 2023. Her future students, however, will only learn about space if it’s subject matter included in the pages of fiction.

A lifelong reader, she plans to teach English.

“Education had always been a little bug in my ear, but I honestly never realized I could be a leader until Space Camp. The more I thought about it, the more I was like, ‘This is what I need to do, help kids find out who they are and where they’re supposed to go,’” Harrelson explained.

Learn more about the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and the Netflix documentary “The Mars Generation.”

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WASTE FEW ULL will map and substantially reduce waste in the food-energy-water nexus in cities across three continents: Europe, Africa and South America.
Waste occurs across food, energy and water systems. At the interface of these systems, waste increases significantly the over-consumption of our limited resources. Resource scarcity is not only a matter of efficiency, but of access, distribution and equality. Understanding  different pressures and opportunities in distinct urban contexts is important for identifying processes by which cities can identify, test and scale viable and feasible solutions that reduce the most pressing inefficiencies in each context.

The aim of the WASTE FEW ULL project is to develop and test internationally applicable methods of identifying inefficiencies in a city-region’s food-energy-water nexus. We will undertake this through an international network of industry/civic society-led Urban Living Labs (ULL) in four urban regions – UK (Bristol), Netherlands (Rotterdam), South Africa (Western Cape) and Brazil (São Paulo). Partners in Norway and the USA will provide economic valuations of potential impact, and impact-led public education, outreach and dissemination.

The Urban Living Labs (ULLs) of stakeholders are organised to

  • map resource flows
  • identify critical dysfunctional linear pathways
  • agree the response most appropriate to the local context
  • model the market and non-market economic value of each intervention
  • engage with decision makers to close each loop.

The project will contribute with policy decision support models for economically viable waste reduction, rethinking waste as a resource as well as establish entrepreneurship networks in each ULL to continue working after the formal end of the project.
Duration of the project
WASTE FEW ULL runs from 2018 to 2021.
WASTE FEW ULL is funded under the EU Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) Urban Europe.
Project Partners
Coventry University, University of California, CICERO Senter for klimaforskning, University of Bath, University of Reading, Wessex Water Services, Bristol Food Network, GENeco, The Schumacher Institute, University of Campinas, University of Cape Town, ERWAT, Isidima Design & Development, BlueCity
Timo von Wirth & Rachel Greer
More information
Visit the WASTE FEW ULL website.

Sours: https://drift.eur.nl/projects/waste-few-ull/

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empower students to discover their unique leadership potential and provide education on the necessary skills and traits of a quality leader, while supporting the student leaders in bringing their new skills into practice. - See more at: http://getinvolved.test.louisiana.edu/leadership/student-leadership-council#sthash.DI7EghrM.dpuf


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empower students to discover their unique leadership potential and provide education on the necessary skills and traits of a quality leader, while supporting the student leaders in bringing their new skills into practice. - See more at: http://getinvolved.test.louisiana.edu/leadership/student-leadership-council#sthash.LrOsKksH.dpuf

empower students to discover their unique leadership potential and provide education on the necessary skills and traits of a quality leader, while supporting the student leaders in bringing their new skills into practice. - See more at: http://getinvolved.test.louisiana.edu/leadership/student-leadership-council#sthash.LrOsKksH.dpuf


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Reginald. F. Lewis Scholars Program

Research Project

Shaun Harper along with Kuykendall (2012) developed eight standards for Black male achievement. Key among those standards is: academic achievement, student development, and improved degree attainment rates must be prioritized over social programming. Although many programs, including the Reginald F. Lewis Scholars program, allow for out-of-the-classroom engagement and experiences that serve to enhance community building and social and network capital, the Reginald F. Lewis Scholars program will also place emphasis on learning and academic achievement opportunities, specifically research experiences. Not only will engaging in research create a more robust academic experience by connecting the student’s classroom theory with a practical, real-world problem, but it will also provide a built-in research mentor. The scholars will have the opportunity to present their research at the University of Louisiana System’s Academic Summit as well as other disciplinary professional academic conferences.

Study Abroad Experience

As part of the Reginald F. Lewis Scholars Program, scholars will participate in faculty-led research and international exchange program. The international component will take place over two semesters during the scholar’s junior year. The first semester of his junior year will involve registering for a cultural competency course at the ULS institution where the scholar is enrolled. This course will be taught by the faculty member who will lead the study abroad trip. During the second semester of his junior year, the scholar will enroll in a research and travel abroad class at the ULS institution where he is enrolled. As part of the class, all ULS scholars will be assigned a topic of research to work on jointly with students from a ULS international host institution. During the same semester, scholars will travel abroad to the host institution to present the research alongside students from the host institution.

Management & Leadership Institute Partnership

The Management and Leadership Institute for the Universities of Louisiana (M&LI) is a two-semester program for mid-career faculty and staff who aspire to broadened academic, professional, or administrative leadership roles. The Institute will immerse participants in a program designed to maximize their effectiveness in management roles. Nine two-day sessions will be held over the course of two semesters, with each of our Universities of Louisiana campuses hosting a two-day session.

Reginald F. Lewis Scholars will have the opportunity to participate in the sessions held at their University’s campus. Scholars will join Management and Leadership Institute participants in gaining a deeper understanding for effective leadership in higher education.

Systemwide Service Learning Project

The Reginald F. Lewis Scholars will collaborate with the University of Louisiana System Student Advisory Council annually to participate in a system-wide service learning initiative. The Scholars will benefit from their service learning experiences as service learning has a positive impact on students. Service learning initiatives serve to increase students’ skills and knowledge. Service learning projects also allow students to engage with others outside of their circles; thus, providing them with meaningful life-long experiences. Ultimately, the Scholars will be able to apply what they will learn to “real world” experiences and develop a commitment to service.


The Reginald F. Lewis Scholars on each campus will be mentored by faculty, staff and upper-class students on their campuses. Students will be given a survey to complete to determine areas of focus and challenges for the scholar. Each campus will create a mentoring team to support the scholars. Mentors will be selected to meet with the scholars and address the areas of focus and challenges for the scholar. In addition, the mentoring team will provide professional development and personal development experiences, and social opportunities to connect the scholars to leaders on campus.

One-on-one mentoring: Students will meet weekly with their mentor to discuss a variety of topics including classes, college life, resources, challenges

Professional and personal development: Mentors and scholars come together and participate in workshops and experiences that help students grow professionally and personally

Socials: Mentors and Mentees will attend several planned socials with campus leaders and student leaders

Scholars Retreat

Scholars will be required to participate in a retreat experience annually. The retreat will offer students the opportunity to engage in team-building exercises, set personal goals for the upcoming year, develop leadership skills, and strengthen collaborations. This shift in perspective is a rare opportunity for student scholars to reflect and share their needs, challenges, and victories in higher education.

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Reginald F. Lewis Scholars Program. Any level of donation will impact our scholars. For your reference, below is a breakdown of costs associated with each scholar’s three-year experience.

Reginald F. Lewis Scholar Sponsor: $30,000

Study Abroad Sponsor: $20,000
Scholars Retreat Sponsor: $10,000
Academic Sponsor: $5,000
Community Sponsor: $2,500
Mentorship Sponsor: $1,000
Leadership Sponsor: $500



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While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.

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Passing Yards225.778th

Rushing Yards179.348th

Points For30.5Tied-96th

Points Against21.288th

All Team RankingsAll Recruits
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Engage- FAQs

What is Engage?

Engage is a platform for University of Louisiana at Lafayette students to connect with Student Organizations, Housing, and Community Service opportunities. Students can connect with student organizations they are interested in, keep up-to-date with events around campus, vote in school elections, find community service opportunities, track volunteer hours and involvement in organizations for the creation of a co-curricular transcript, and more. 

How is Engage set up?

Community: University of Louisiana at Lafayette- The community provides the foundation for the UL Lafayette private online campus network. Every member of Engage on our campus is a member of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette community.

Umbrellas: Office of Student Engagement and Leadership and Residential Life.- The umbrellas relate to a specific office on campus who manage the portals under their site. Users may be a member of one or more portals under each umbrella.

Organization Portals: Student Organizations, Residence Halls, and Community Partners- Students may join one or more portal to stay up to date with their involvement both on-campus and off-campus. Student leaders are often administrators of these portals, allowing students to manage their organizations effectively and efficiently.

Members: You!- Every University of Louisiana at Lafayette Student is registered under the UL Lafayette community. This gives you access to important resources that allow you to discover programs and organizations on campus. Engage makes it easier for students to engage in campus life and manage their co-curricular involvement.

How do I log in?

You can log in to Engage with your CLID and password- just like you would log in to your campus email, ULink, etc.

How do I join an organization I am a member of?

At the top of any page on Engage, you should see a search bar that says "Explore the University of Louisiana at Lafayette...". In that search bar, type in the name of your organization and navigate to that page. On the Organization's page, you should see a blue "Join" button at the top right of the page. Click on that. Most organizations require an administrator of the organization to approve your request. If you do not see the button, the organization is "Invite Only" and you must be invited to join via email. 

I am interested in learning more about one or more organizations. How do I find out about more information?

Click the University of Louisiana at Lafayette logo in the top left corner of the page to get to the main page. From there, click "Organizations". You will see a list of every registered student organization on campus. You can search by keyword, name of the organization, type of organization, or Umbrella portal. Navigate to the organization you are interested in and click to learn more! Each organization has the opportunity to fill out a profile explaining more about themselves, and list meeting times, days, and locations. You can also find contact information for the organization and see upcoming events. 

I'm not a member of an organization. How does this benefit me?

Engage is a great tool to stay informed of all the opportunities on campus. Events like Splatterbeat, The U After Dark, fundraisers, talent shows, and service opportunities are all at your fingertips! And, if you attend one of these events, Engage allows you to track that too! Every user has an e-Portfolio, which is like an online resume. It will list your involvement, community service hours, work experience, etc. As you prepare to enter the workforce, having a record of the things you did in school can be a great resume booster.

How can my organization use Engage?

The answer to that question is as long and detailed as you want it to be. On Engage, you can track dues and membership requirements, create forms for your users or the community to fill out, create an official website for your organization, message your members via email or text, create polls, manage elections, store files, upload photos, manage events, create and track to-do lists, have discussions through forums, and post news events. For more detailed information, visit the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership.

I still have questions. 

We would love to hear them! Please contact the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership. You can email us at [email protected], call us at 337-482-6272, or stop by our office (Room 169 of the Student Union).

Sours: https://getinvolved.louisiana.edu/student-organizations/orgsync-faqs

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