UCSC in the News
Literature professor John Jordan was featured in a New
York Times article about Google Scholar, a new service from
the giant search engine designed to find scholarly abstracts,
books, peer-reviewed papers, and technical papers intended for
academics and scientists.
The Scientist magazine ran an article about biologist
Bruce Lyon's research on black-headed ducks.
Research by physicist Zack Schlesinger on an unusual
material that contracts when heated was covered by Physical
Review Focus, Materials Today, and Innovations Report.
Missouri's Moberly Monitor-Index described an interactive
seminar presented by American Studies professor Tricia Rose
that explored the relationship of race and youth culture.
A Time magazine article about cosmology included quotes
from physicist Anthony Aguirre.
A National Geographic News article about evolution in
lizards included quotes from Barry Sinervo, professor
of ecology and evolutionary biology.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel noted that music department
lecturer Patrice Maginnis would perform at a concert
of Kurt Weill music to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the
Jewish Studies program at UCSC.
Highlights provides monthly summaries of "UCSC in
the News" columns.
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