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Angelina Angelo

Undergraduate student at the University of California, Davis

Aspiring science writer passionate about communicating complex topics in meaningful & educational ways.

About Me

Hi there! Thank you for visiting my website, I am so happy you are here. I am an undergraduate student at UC Davis studying Human Development with a double minor in English and Education. Learn more about me here!


Currently, I am an editorial assistant for the University of California Davis Environmental Health Sciences Center. In addition to producing articles, I assist with social media, website development, and planning online campaigns. To read more about my experience, visit my articles, freelance writing and communication pages.

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Featured Articles

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UC Davis EHSC Center Members Leading Autism Research

This April, in honor of Autism Awareness Month, we want to spotlight our members’ research on autism. In a recent report, the CDC estimated that 1 in 36 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ASD is a complex and multifaceted condition that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior. While the exact cause of autism is not yet fully understood, research has identified a number of potential genetic and environmental risk factors.

Honoring the Women Who Were Trailblazers in Environmental Health

Women's History Month, observed annually in March, is a time to celebrate the contributions of women throughout history. Today we want to celebrate women who have made significant strides in pursuing environmental justice. Their work has helped us better understand the natural world, identify environmental challenges, and develop solutions to protect our planet. Their legacies inspire us to continue the work of advancing environmental science and inclusivity in science.

Exploring the Power of Community-Engaged Research on World Water Day 2023

Every year on March 22, the world observes World Water Day. This day is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of clean water and the need to preserve this precious resource for future generations.

According to the United Nations (UN), over 2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water, and this number is expected to rise due to population growth and climate change. California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment estimates nearly a million Californians lack acce

UC Davis EHSC Collaborates with SEIU-UHW on COVID-19 Workers Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic flipped our world upside down. Among other things, it had a dramatic effect on work & workers. Yet, particularly during the early days of the pandemic, this effect was unclear.

EHSC researchers developed a survey to understand how workers and their families have been affected by COVID-19 – both on the job and at home. We also collaborated with several organizations to develop customized versions of the survey.

Could Everyday Noise be Affecting your Health?

Did you know that all five of your senses are exposed to environmental factors that can affect your health? You breathe in wildfire smoke, you see how droughts are affecting agriculture, taste compounds polluting your water, and you touch chemicals in cosmetics and shampoos- but can you hear a threat to your health?

The simple answer is yes. A walk in the city, blasting music on the radio on your daily drive, or working around loud machines all expose you to noise pollution.

UC Davis plans to hold graduation ceremonies in-person for the first time since before the pandemic

UC Davis will host graduation commencement ceremonies in-person for the first time since 2019. In lieu of holding college-specific graduation ceremonies, there will be three commencement ceremonies for all undergraduates held on June 10, 11 and 12.

“The campus is energized to be holding the first full, in-person commencement season since the pandemic began,” said Julia Ann Easley, a news and media relations specialist for UCD.

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