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UC Santa Cruz leads effort to study climate change effects on ecosystems
A $1.9 million grant from the new UC President's Research Catalyst Awards will fund a UC-wide institute to detect and forecast the ecological impacts of climate change in California.
Professors Leta Miller and Carolyn Dean honored for arts research
Acting Arts Dean Martin Berger has named the 2014 Arts Dean’s Eminent Professors, the division’s highest recognition of faculty research achievement.
Crocodiles are slow pokes when it comes to genetic evolution
A new study of crocodilian genomes led by scientists at UC Santa Cruz reveals that crocs have been slow to change over the eons.
The Washington Post - December 08, 2014Challenge for protesters in wake of police killings: Turning anger, grief into action
National Public Radio - December 14, 2014More Than Just Cute, Sea Otters Are Superheroes Of The Marsh
Los Angeles Times - December 13, 2014When it comes to DNA, crocodiles and birds flock together
CNBC - November 20, 2014After recession, wave of 'accidental' entrepreneurs
How we determine whether what's taught is what's learned
By Herbie Lee, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
How does the campus assure that graduating students have actually learned what faculty think they should have learned while at UC Santa Cruz?
UC campuses have taken an approach that is discipline-specific and faculty-owned, and each campus has its own implementation. [Read more]
Never too late to contribute to the campus food drive
Phased Retirement Program renewed through 2019
Seen on Instagram: Members of fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon take a study break during last week’s storm to clear away some of the excess water.
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