February 23, 2004
UCSC in the News
Jakarta's Kompas, the top Indonesian newspaper, featured an in-depth
interview with theater arts professor Kathy Foley, and the Bandung,
Indonesia, papers Pikiran Rakyat and Metro had articles
on her lecture-performance at the Sunaryo gallery in Bandung which shared
aspects of her Fulbright supported research.
An article in the New York Times about dark energy and its implications
for the fate of the universe included a quote from Sandra Faber,
University Professor of astronomy and astrophysics.
Professor of history Bruce Levine contributed a book review to
the Chicago Tribune about a historical scholars new perspective
on Abraham Lincoln.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about the new Department of
Biomolecular Engineering, quoting acting chair David Deamer, professor
of chemistry and biochemistry. The San Jose Business Journal also
reported on the new department.
History professor Dana Frank was quoted in AAA World magazine about the politics of "Buy American" campaigns.
Biologists Janet Linthicum and Glenn Stewart of the Santa
Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group were featured in a story about peregrine
falcons in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
Dan Costa, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, was
quoted in an article in The Scotsman and in National Geographic
News about his collaborative research project called Tagging of Pacific
Pelagics, which aims to tag and track the movements of more than 20 different
species of marine life.
A San Francisco Chronicle article about a new arts education program
in Bay Area elementary schools described a classroom discussion of a photograph
taken by assistant professor of art Lewis Watts.
Writing Program lecturer Tim Fitzmaurice was quoted in a San Jose Mercury News article about the Santa Cruz City Councils decision to approve a new ride at the citys historic beach boardwalk.