UCSC in the News
Terrie Williams, professor of ecology and evolutionary
biology, wrote an opinion piece for the San Jose Mercury
News about the ecological ramifications of killing coyotes
that find their way into suburban neighborhoods.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about Wentai
Liu, professor of electrical engineering, and his work on
a project to develop an artificial retina.
Marine biologist Burney Le Boeuf was quoted in a Santa
Cruz Sentinel article about great white sharks.
Arts & Lectures director Michelle Witt and theater
arts professor Jim Bierman were quoted in a feature story
in the Santa Cruz Sentinel about a tribute to the late
actor/monologist Spalding Gray.
Professor of Earth sciences Gary Griggs was quoted in
the Watsonville Register-Pajaronian in a story on the
15th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake.
Gerald Barnett, director of the Office for Management
of Intellectual Property, was quoted in an Arizona Republic
story about a proposition on the Arizona ballot that would affect
how the state's universities license technology to private companies.
Barnett was also quoted in a Chronicle of Higher Education
story about university patents based on faculty research.
Highlights provides monthly summaries of "UCSC in
the News" columns.
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