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With Chancellor Blumenthal, right, honorees for 2016 are, from left, Matthew Lasar, Dean Mathiowetz, Glenn Millhauser, Faye Crosby, Douglas Bonett, Melissa Sanders-Self, Tracy Larrabee, Caitlin Binder, and Richard Mitchell.

With Chancellor Blumenthal, right, honorees for 2016 are, from left, Matthew Lasar, Dean Mathiowetz, Glenn Millhauser, Faye Crosby, Douglas Bonett, Melissa Sanders-Self, Tracy Larrabee, Caitlin Binder, and Richard Mitchell.

Nine faculty win Excellence in Teaching awards

Given each year by the Academic Senate Committee on Teaching, the awards honor instructors who have demonstrated exemplary and inspiring teaching. Students make the nominations; more than 620 were received.

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Spring 2016 academic curriculum updates

Spring 2016 academic curriculum updates

Herbie Lee, Vice Provost Academic Affairs

This year, we are making changes to the graduate and undergraduate curriculum, as well as to our online offerings.

Grad Student Focus

Ph.D. candidate  has a passion for the ocean

Ph.D. candidate has a passion for the ocean

Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology student Emma Hiolski discusses her interest in the food web and how it affects human health.

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Women engineering graduates recognized

Women engineering graduates recognized

Women make up 19 percent of engineering undergraduates at the Baskin School of Engineering this year, up from 12 percent in 2005.

Ice age fossils shed light on early human migrations

Ice age fossils shed light on early human migrations

Scientists used evidence from bison fossils to date the opening of an ice-free corridor along the Rocky Mountains during the late Pleistocene.

A summery summary of UC Santa Cruz attractions

A summery summary of UC Santa Cruz attractions

The campus remains vibrant in the summer season, with tours of the Arboretum and Quarry Amphitheater, art exhibits, and attractions for all tastes.

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