September 1, 2003
UCSC in the News
Erika Zavaleta of environmental studies has received media attention for her study on the effects of global warming on grassland ecosystems, conducted while she was a doctoral student at Stanford. Reports appeared in Life Science Weekly, Science Letter, and elsewhere.
Professor of art history Catherine Soussloff was featured on Chicago
Public Radios syndicated talk-show program, Odyssey, speaking
about her book, The Absolute Artist: The Historiography of a Concept.
Physics professor Bruce Rosenblum was quoted in an article about the Mystery Spot in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
The St. Petersburg Times tapped Michael Brown of politics for comment on the recall of Gov. Gray Davis.
Gary Griggs, director of the Institute of Marine Sciences, was quoted in a Santa Cruz Sentinel story about renewed funding for UCSC's Center for Integrated Marine Technologies. Griggs also discussed the center's research on the Monterey Bay ecosystem on the Talk of the Bay program on KUSP Radio.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel reported that history professor Edmund
Burke III, psychology professor Barbara Rogoff, and literature
professor Helene Moglen were awarded research funds and appointments
as presidential chairs by Chancellor M.R.C. Greenwood.
Beyond Superwoman, the new book coauthored by womens studies
lecturer Peggy Downes Baskin, was reviewed in the Salinas Californian.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran an article featuring music department lecturer Barry Green and his new book, The Mastery of Music.