UCSC in the News
March 6, 2006
Film scholar B. Ruby Rich of community studies was quoted
in the Life magazine cover story about actress Amy Adams.
Rich was a juror at the annual Sundance Film Festival.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a front-page story about
research on sea lions and other marine mammals led by Daniel
Costa, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology.
Astrophysicist Stan Woosley was quoted in stories about
a recently detected gamma-ray burst in the Baltimore Sun,
Monterey County Herald, Biloxi Sun Herald, Bradenton Herald,
and Albany Times Union.
The San Jose Mercury News announced the summer lineup
for Shakespeare Santa Cruz's 25th anniversary summer
season amid the redwood groves.
The Mid-County Post ran a story about research on global
warming by James Zachos, professor of Earth sciences.
Findings on the formation of protein fibrils associated with
Parkinson's disease from biochemist Anthony Fink's lab
were reported in Biotech Week, Life Science Weekly, Science
Letter, Proteomics Weekly, and other newsletters.
Virginia's Roanoke Times noted that history of consciousness
professor Angela Davis would be one of several major
speakers to appear at Virginia Tech this year in a lecture series
that also includes former presidential adviser and ABC News
correspondent George Stephanopoulos and the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel quoted Shakespeare Santa Cruz
director and theater arts professor Paul Whitworth in
an article about the festival's 2006 summer lineup.
College and Research Libraries News announced that Virginia
Steel was appointed as the new University Librarian at UCSC.
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