March 22, 2004
UCSC in the News
Professor of ocean sciences Peggy Delaney was quoted in an article that ran in newspapers around the country about the new Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, an international cooperative research program she helped plan. The story appeared in the Seattle Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Charlotte Observer, and Duluth News-Tribune, among others.
Pedro Castillo, professor of history and member of the National Endowment for the Humanities Council, was quoted in a London Times Higher Education Supplement article about the Republican Rights "hijack of U.S. science."
The Chronicle of Higher Education talked with Greta Gibson
of education and anthropology for a story about two new books that discuss
immigration and assimilation issues.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about the Hubble Space Telescope
featuring Garth Illingworth, professor of astronomy and astrophysics.
Illingworth has also been quoted in stories about the telescope in Aviation
Week and Space Technology and Space News (at Space.com).
Music lecturer Barry Green was featured in a Santa Cruz Sentinel article about his upcoming bass recital as part of the Cabrillo College Distinguished Artist series.
The San Francisco Chronicles coverage of the impact of jobs moving offshore was enhanced by analysis provided by economist Lori Kletzer, whose work was also covered in a report by Inter Press Service. . . . Also in economics, David Kaun was interviewed by KPFA Radio, critiquing Bushs justification of his tax cuts.
Pete Raimondi, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology,
was quoted in a story in the Orange County Register about the effects
of coastal power plants on marine life.
An article about tsunamis in Science News magazine included a section on research by geophysicist Steven Ward.