UCSC in the News
July 31, 2006
Rob Fairlie's research on entrepreneurship continues
to generate media interest, including a recent mention in the
New York Times, coverage in the Colorado Springs Business
Journal, and questions from ABC News about older workers
Economist Michael Hutchison was pleased to see his new
book about Japan's economic downturn during the 1990s featured
prominently in an article in the Economist magazine about
that Japan's recovery.
The National Journal tapped Jonathan Fox for
postelection analysis of the presidential contest in Mexico.
Economist Lori Kletzer was in Washington, D.C., for
a Brookings Institution event that got press coverage from
U.S. News Wire and other outlets.
The Mid-County Post ran an article about seismologist
Emily Brodsky's research on earthquakes and groundwater
Ellen Moir of the New Teacher Center was interviewed
by Black America Web for a story about the nationwide
shortage of certified teachers.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel wrote about the New Teacher
Center's latest local initiative, working with 24 of the
area's best teachers to help them reach the next level of excellence.
Research on ribozymes by William Scott, associate professor
of chemistry and biochemistry, and graduate student Monika
Martick was reported in Medical Research News.
Science and Theology News ran a story about the new
book Quantum Enigma by physicists Bruce Rosenblum
and Fred Kuttner.
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