Tuesday Newsday
VOL. 2    ISSUE 1September 22, 2015
 

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Even after decades, many pioneer faculty see no reason to quit teaching

Even after decades, many pioneer faculty see no reason to quit teaching

In their 70s and 80s, many faculty are still working on campus—for the chance to open students’ eyes, the excitement of discovery, and the love of teaching.

UCSC Genomics Institute partners with Microsoft on biomedical research

UCSC Genomics Institute partners with Microsoft on biomedical research

The partnership provides the Genomics Institute with access to new computing, data storage, and analysis capabilities to accelerate research.

How military veterans learn to become organic farmers at UC Santa Cruz

How military veterans learn to become organic farmers at UC Santa Cruz

Agriculture is an appealing career option for many soldiers transitioning to civilian life, say veterans enrolled in the Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture.

UC Santa Cruz receives higher education diversity award

UC Santa Cruz receives higher education diversity award

Campus constituents provided information about the programs and projects that advance diversity and inclusion for faculty, staff, and students.

 

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New York Times

New York Times - September 15, 2015
'The Roots of Organic Farming on Campus'

The Atlantic

The Atlantic - September 15, 2015
Fighting Ebola with a palm-sized DNA sequencer

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz Sentinel - September 18, 2015
Exhibit tells the story of UCSC campus design

Surfing Magazine

Surfing Magazine - September 03, 2015
Maverick’s At 180 Beats Per Minute

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