UCSC in the News
March 5, 2007
Associate professor of literature Louis Chude-Sokei contributed
an article to the editorial pages of the Los Angeles Times about the
recent controversy over the racial identity of Barack Obama.
Research led by environmental toxicologist Donald Smith
was featured in a New Scientist magazine article about the threat
to California condors from lead bullets.
The Korea Herald cited music professors Hi Kyung Kim
and David Cope in an article about how Western composers
are reviving Korean music by developing new repertoires for the "gayageum,"
an 1,800-year-old, 12-stringed, traditional Korean instrument.
Computer engineer Jose Renau was quoted in a
Santa Cruz Sentinel story about the Sun OpenSPARC Center
of Excellence at UCSC.
Geologist Gary Griggs was quoted in an
article in the San Jose Mercury News about plans for a
seawall in the Pleasure Point area.
Associate professor of music Karlton Hester
appeared on WCPN and KPOO radio programs to
discuss his book Bigotry and the Afrocentric ‘Jazz’ Evolution.
An article about supercomputers on CNN.com included quotes from
Joel Primack, professor of physics.
San Luis Obispo’s The Tribune reported that
history of consciousness professor Angela Davis
would headline Cal Poly’s Women’s History Month celebration.
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