May 15, 2006
UCSC featured in UCTV programs this month
A UCTV crew was on campus last week shooting for the UC Santa
Cruz edition of the magazine program State of Minds.
The program is scheduled to premiere later this month (and re-air
in June and July).
This month UCTV will also air the program "Pushing for
Justice, Collaborating for Change: Educational Equity and the
Future of California with Connie Rice" from the campus's
Center for Justice, Tolerance, and Community.
UCSC programming on UCTV is available on local cable throughout
Santa Cruz County Comcast, Ch. 25; Charter, Ch. 71; and any
time on Dish Network, Ch. 9412 and online at www.uctv.tv
State of Minds: Spring 2006 (UC Santa Cruz)
From beneath the redwoods at UC Santa Cruz, anchor Linda Schacht
hosts this spring edition of UCTV's premiere magazine program.
Featured are the UCSC ocean biologists who study the migration
patterns of marine mammals, law students at UC Davis who volunteer
their legal services to victims of domestic violence, medical
students from UC San Diego who spend their off hours operating
free health clinics, and a profile of the new Blum Center for
Developing Economies at UC Berkeley that will focus on eliminating
Premieres in primetime Wednesday, May 24, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Also shows on Thursday, May 25, 8 a.m.; Friday, May 26, 5 a.m.;
and Sunday, May 28, 9 p.m. A complete list of air dates/times
(and behind-the-scenes photos coming soon) can be found online
"Pushing for Justice, Collaborating for Change:
Educational Equity and the Future of California with Connie
The Center for Justice, Tolerance, and Community at UC Santa
Cruz presents lawyer and activist Connie Rice, codirector of
The Advancement Project and known for her success in tackling
problems of social inequity and exclusion. Here she explores
the need for educational equity.
Premieres in primetime Wednesday, May 24, 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Also airs on Thursday, May 25, 7 a.m., and Sunday, May 28, 9