Documenting the community

Students from Assistant Professor of Biology Jennifer Tsui’s community engaged health research class and Assistant Professor of Digital Film Production Morgan Sandler’s documentary film making class work together on a Pomona-based community health documentary. Sophomore broadcast journalism major Raylene Lopez and junior multimedia major Teagan Griffiths work on film production, while junior biology major Ethan Betance, and senior biology major Gabriela Biedebach coordinate the filming locations and subjects./photo by Spencer Croce
Students from Assistant Professor of Biology Jennifer Tsui’s community engaged health research class and Assistant Professor of Digital Film Production Morgan Sandler’s documentary film making class work together on a Pomona-based community health documentary. Sophomore broadcast journalism major Raylene Lopez and junior multimedia major Teagan Griffiths work on film production, while junior biology major Ethan Betance and senior biology major Gabriela Biedebach coordinate the filming locations and subjects. / photo by Spencer Croce
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