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Starting Monday, February 13 through Thursday, February 16, step out from behind your desks and walk with us and your colleagues.

Send a "Walk with Me" invite to colleagues to join you during the week of I Heart Walking.

The more colleagues you invite and the more you walk, the more you can win!

FREE I Heart Walking t-shirts when you participate in two or more walks (while supplies last).

 
Valentine Sale at the UCLA Store

Thursday, February 9, 7:30am - 7:30pm
UCLA Store, Ackerman Union, B-level
    Save up to 50% at the UCLA Store’s annual Valentine Sale
    Sweet deals available in every department including:
  • 25% off all BearWear and UCLA merchandise
  • 35% off on BookZone books and gifts
  • 25% off all school, art and office supplies
  • Save $50 off any computer in-stock, Mac or Windows at the Computer Store; save 20% off all computer accessories
  • 50% off all Red Tag Clearance merchandise
Some exclusions apply; discounts do not stack and are limited to stock on hand. Ackerman Union store hours are 7:30am until 7:30pm. Select savings also available at Health Sciences Store and Lu Valle Commons. For more information call the UCLA Store at 310-825-6064.

 
7th Annual Sketch to Screen
Costume Design Panel and Celebration


Teri Schwartz, Dean
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
and
Deborah Nadoolman Landis, Ph.D., Founding Director
UCLA TFT David C. Copley Center for Costume Design

Invite you to the
7th Annual Sketch to Screen
Costume Design Panel and Celebration

Including the 2017 Academy Award® Nominees for Best Costume Design and the Costume Designers of the Most Provocative Films of the Year

Saturday, February 25, 2017
2:00 p.m.
UCLA's Schoenberg Hall


To purchase tickets for the panel and reception, visit:
www.tft.ucla.edu/sketchtoscreen2017

 
Tobacco's Impact in My Community
Photo Contest

Submit Your Photo Now for a Chance to Win Cash Prizes!
Tobacco’s Impact in My Community Photo Contest Launched February 1, 2017

The California Tobacco Control Program’s (CTCP) fourth annual Tobacco’s Impact in My Community Photo Contest launched February 1, 2017. The purpose of the contest is to promote awareness of how tobacco is still a problem in California. The contest will showcase images submitted by Californians that “tell the story” about the negative impact that tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, have on youth and disadvantaged communities.

How do I enter? Please visit the TobaccoFreeCA Facebook Photo Contest Landing Page to submit up to 3 photos and for further contest information. Photo submissions will be displayed on the TobaccoFreeCA Facebook page, where submissions can be voted on by the public.

   → The deadline to submit entries is February 28, 2017.
    What types of photos should I submit? Photos will be accepted in the following categories:
  • Tobacco Advertising and Marketing
  • Secondhand Smoke/Vape
  • Tobacco/Vape Litter
  • Artistic - Get creative with your tobacco imagery and showcase your WOW FACTOR!
    Did you say cash prizes? Yes! The contest’s financial sponsor, American Cancer Society - California Division, will provide $1,000 in cash prizes for the winning photo entries! The deadline to submit entries is 11:59 p.m. (PST) on February 28, 2017. CTCP will announce the winners by March 31, 2017. The cash prizes will be awarded as follows:
  • Grand Prize: $500
  • Gold: $250
  • Silver: $150
  • Bronze: $100
How can I help promote the contest? Just like you, CTCP loves social media! So please visit the TobaccoFreeCA Facebook page and share the Tobacco’s Impact in My Community post on your personal and your organization’s social media platform, such as Facebook and Instagram.

Please also share the contest flyer with your workmates, family and friends!

CTCP is proud to partner with the California Department of Education, Tobacco-Use Prevention Education Program; the California Youth Advocacy Network; and the University of California to promote the photo contest to schools and campuses throughout California.

If you have questions regarding the photo contest, please email Rich Kwong at Richard.Kwong@cdph.ca.gov.