Tuesday Newsday
VOL. 1    ISSUE 21March 03, 2015
 

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Three UC Santa Cruz students compete for $1 million Hult Prize

Three UC Santa Cruz students compete for $1 million Hult Prize

The team has advanced to the regional finals of the world’s largest student competition and start-up platform for social good.

Overflow crowd listens as Anita Hill speaks on gender and racial equality

Overflow crowd listens as Anita Hill speaks on gender and racial equality

The talk, a UC Santa Cruz 50th anniversary event, attracted an audience of 450 plus another 300 watching a live video feed in the Humanities Lecture Hall.

Two professors elected Fellows of the American Academy of Microbiology

Two professors elected Fellows of the American Academy of Microbiology

Newly elected fellows Karen Ottemann and Fitnat Yildiz are both professors of microbiology and environmental toxicology.

15 finalists face off in first 'Grad Slam.'  Final round set for Friday, March 6

15 finalists face off in first 'Grad Slam.' Final round set for Friday, March 6

The Grad Slam challenges graduate students to present their research in three minutes, using language appropriate for a non-specialist audience.

 

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Yahoo News

Yahoo News - February 23, 2015
Banning Iranians from Academia Is Stupid, and One Student Has the Math to Back That Up

Gamasutra

Gamasutra - February 19, 2015
Grad students' game in final for Independent Games Festival Awards

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz Sentinel - February 27, 2015
Anita Hill speaks at UC Santa Cruz

Good Times Santa Cruz

Good Times Santa Cruz - February 18, 2015
Cover Story: Reclaiming Anita

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