May 3, 2004
UCSC in the News
The Chicago Tribune ran a story about the return of three sea
lions to Brookfield Zoo after more than three years at Long Marine Lab,
where they took part in research by Terrie Williams, professor
of ecology and evolutionary biology. Williams and head trainer Brett
Long were both quoted in the article.
Literature professor Paul Skenazy contributed several book reviews
to the Washington Post.
A story in Good Times about genomic research at UCSC featured computer science professor David Haussler, research scientist Jim Kent, and graduate student Robert Baertsch. The researchers are studying the genetic similarities and differences between humans and other animals.
Professor of history Dana Frank was quoted in an Orange County Register article about the first-ever academic conference devoted entirely to discussing and analyzing Wal-Mart and its effect on society.
Film and digital media professor and department chair Chip Lord
was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about the Ant Farm, the
innovative architecture collective he cofounded in 1968.
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