UCSC in the News
March 27, 2006
Economist Lori Kletzer's work figured prominently in
a Washington Post editorial about U.S. jobs in the age
of globalization. The column cited Kletzer's study last year
that indicated it's the more highly skilled service-sector workers
who are likely to lose their jobs to overseas competition.
Associate professor of history David Anthony was interviewed
on KUSP's Talk of the Bay program about his new book
Max Yergan: Race Man, Internationalist, Cold Warrior
and the process of researching it. Anthony was also featured
in a Good Times article about the book.
Sociology's Craig Reinarman, author of two books about
cocaine, was quoted about the drug in a Time magazine
article about drug use among baby boomers. Reinarman was also
quoted in stories about Ecstacy that appeared in the SF Weekly
and the East Bay Express.
The San Francisco Chronicle quoted environmental studies
professor Steve Gliessman in an article about antiwar
activism among UCSC students.
Assistant professor of art Dee Hibbert-Jones was quoted
in a Santa Cruz Sentinel article about a collaboration
between UCSC students and the city of Santa Cruz to create a
public art installation at the city landfill.
Theater arts professor and Shakespeare Santa Cruz artistic
director Paul Whitworth was quoted in a Good Times story about a special fundraising performance
of the play Dear Liar which will serve as a prelude to
SSC's 25th anniversary summer season. And Shakespeare Santa
Cruz managing director Marcus Cato was quoted in a Santa
Cruz Sentinel article about local arts groups considering
the proposed Tannery Arts Center in downtown Santa Cruz as a
place to expand their programs.
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