UCSC in the News
Michael Loik of environmental studies was featured prominently
in a Los Angeles Times article about the ripple effects
of this winter's heavy rains.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about Cormac
Flanagan, assistant professor of computer science, who won
a prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship.
The San Jose Mercury News reported that American studies
professor Tricia Rose boldly confronted some of
the people responsible for disseminating misogynistic lyrics
at a landmark conference titled Feminism and Hip Hop
held at the University of Chicago.
The Los Angeles Times quoted psychology professor Catherine
Cooper in a feature story about home and how
the word means different things after we move out of our childhood
Stephen McCabe, coordinator of research and education
at the UCSC Arboretum, was quoted in a Santa Cruz Sentinel
story about the exceptional amount of rain this year and its
effects on plant life.
William Berry, managing director of the University Affiliated
Research Center at NASA Ames, was quoted in a story about the
future of NASA Ames in the San Jose Business Journal.
GEO World wrote up the UC Atlas of Global Inequality.
The atlas is a project of the Center for Global, International
and Regional Studies.
The Watsonville Register-Pajaronian ran a feature on
the new outdoor concert series created by the UCSC Arboretum
in honor of the university's 40th anniversary.
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