UCSC in the News
Physicist David Smith was quoted in stories about his
research on terrestrial gamma-ray flashes in New Scientist
magazine, the Washington Times, and online news sites
Discovery News, MSNBC, Science Daily, SpaceRef, and Space
The Monterey County Herald ran a feature story on women's
studies professor Bettina Aptheker covering her address
as the keynote speaker at the 10th annual Monterey County Women's
Biologist Glenn Stewart from the Predatory Bird Research
Group was featured in coverage of peregrine falcons nesting
on the PG&E building in San Francisco in the San Francisco
Chronicle, KGO and KTVU television news, and KGO Radio.
Mary Silver, professor of ocean sciences, was quoted
in stories about harmful algal blooms in Monterey Bay that ran
in the San Jose Mercury News, Santa Cruz Sentinel, Monterey
County Herald, Watsonville Register-Pajaronian, and Silicon
Valley Business Journal.
Raleigh's News & Observer quoted American studies
professor Tricia Rose in an article about the battle
to fight highly sexualized and degrading representations of
black women in the media.
The Good Times featured Roberto Manduchi, assistant
professor of computer engineering, and graduate student Dan
Yuan in a story about their efforts to develop assistive
technology for the blind.
Astronomer Greg Laughlin was quoted in a National
Geographic article about the search for other planets like
Writing lecturer Conn Hallinan contributed an editorial
piece about foreign policy and China to CounterPunch.com.
Astronomer Stan Woosley was featured in widespread media
coverage of a study by other researchers on supermassive stars,
including stories in the New York Times, Baltimore Sun, Houston
Chronicle, Contra Costa Times, and Astronomy magazine.
Woosley was also interviewed on National Public Radio's Morning
The Vanderbilt Hustler ran a feature on a visit by history
of consciousness professor Angela Davis to Vanderbilt
University during its Black History Month celebration.
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