UCSC in the News
April 10, 2006
Salon.com quoted a speech by assistant professor of
literature Vilashini Cooppan in an article about how
motherhood affects the careers of women in academia.
The Silicon Valley Business Journal ran a story about
a project to develop new biosensor technology led by electrical
engineer Holger Schmidt.
Research by postdoctoral researcher Myra Finkelstein
on increasing levels of environmental contaminants in albatrosses
was reported by Science Now.
David Haussler, professor of biomolecular engineering,
was featured in a Wired magazine story about his work
to reconstruct the genomes of extinct mammalian ancestors.
The Edmonton Journal ran a story about history of consciousness
professor Angela Davis in advance of an appearance at
the University of Alberta, where she delivered a lecture titled
Reforming Race, Class and Gender in the 21st Century.
Shakespeare Santa Cruz and UCSC's student-run theater
company BarnStorm received gold and silver awards respectively
in Metro Santa Cruz's Readers' Choice Goldies Awards.
Theater arts lecturer Tandy Beal also won a silver award
for best dance company.
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