UCSC in the News
May 1, 2006
A front-page story in the Santa Cruz Sentinel on stem
cell research featured biologists David Feldheim and
Manny Ares, as well as quotes from Chancellor Denice
Denton and Ann Pace, assistant director of the Center
for Biomolecular Science and Engineering.
Economist Yin-Wong Cheung got the last word--literally--in
a U.S. News & World Report article about currency
trading, likening individual traders to boxers with "one
hand tied behind their back." . . . Also in economics,
Michael Dooley was featured in an article in The Economist
magazine about the International Monetary Fund.
ABC News featured photographs from the Philip Hyde archive
at McHenry Library's Special Collections for a segment
of the program This Week hosted by George Stephanopoulos,
in honor of the late photographer's impact on the environmental
movement. Special Collections also provided images from the
Hyde archive for obituaries in the New York Times and
the Los Angeles Times, and retired University Librarian
Allan Dyson was additionally quoted in the L.A. Times
Campus veterinarian David Casper was interviewed by
a camera crew working on a documentary about gray whales for
the National Geographic Channel.
Astrophysicist Stan Woosley was quoted in an article
in New Scientist magazine about gamma-ray bursts.
The Chronicle of Higher Education ran an interview with
history professor Dana Frank about her new book Bananeras:
Women Transforming the Banana Unions of Latin America.
The Associated Press picked up an article by the Santa
Cruz Sentinel about the organic food program at UCSC, quoting
recent graduate and part-time staffer Tim Galarneau.
Metro Santa Cruz published an extensive cover story
about UCSCs new Digital Arts and New Media graduate program,
quoting assistant theater arts professor Ted Warburton,
assistant computer science professor James Davis, assistant
professor of art Ed Osborn, and assistant film and digital
media professor Warren Sack
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