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November 03, 2003

UCSC in the News

Faye Crosby was interviewed by a New York Times reporter for a story about executive mentoring.

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The Chicago Tribune ran a feature article on Beyond Superwoman, the recent book coauthored by women’s studies lecturer Peggy Downes Baskin.

Daniel Costa, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, was mentioned the San Francisco Chronicle and San Jose Mercury News in stories about the Census of Marine Life, an international effort to understand the full diversity of ocean life.

Anthropologist Susan Harding was quoted in a USA Today article about a split within the Episcopal Church over gay rights.

Ellen Moir of the New Teacher Center spoke with a Chicago magazine reporter about teacher burnout.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about research led by James Zachos, professor of Earth sciences, to characterize a major episode of global warming that took place 55 million years ago.

Economist Rob Fairlie was quoted in an Arkansas Democrat-Gazette article about the factors parents consider when deciding whether to send their children to public or private schools.

Erik Asphaug, associate professor of Earth sciences, was quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer story about asteroid research.

David Wellman of community studies was quoted in a San Jose Mercury News article about a proposal to rename San Jose’s King Road in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Art lecturer Paul Rangell was quoted in Santa Cruz Sentinel and Register-Pajaronian articles about being honored as 2003 Distinguished Artist of the Year by the Santa Cruz Art League.

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