UCSC in the News

The Chronicle of Higher Education focused on the Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture and the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS) in a report on the growing field, noting it was the first of its kind in the nation.

Marine biologist Kelly Newton was interviewed in a KSBW TV news story about humpback whales feeding near shore in Monterey Bay.

San Francisco Classical Voice gave a rave review to music professor Leta E. Miller's book Music and Politics in San Francisco, which explores the city's history of classical music over four decades.

Theater Arts professor Patty Gallagher was quoted in a San Jose Mercury News story about visionary director Robert LePage and his latest Cirque du Soleil production, "Totem."

The San Jose Mercury News and Tri-Valley Herald ran a story about biologist Marm Kilpatrick's research on West Nile virus.

A story about the Baskin School of Engineering's Research Review Day in the Santa Cruz Good Times featured computer scientist Michael Mateas and biomolecular engineers Josh Stuart and David Haussler.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel, Salinas Californian, Monterey County Herald, andSan Jose Business Journal wrote about a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to CASFS to work with Central Coast farmers on organic growing methods.

The San Francisco Examiner quoted sociology professor Craig Reinarman in an article on a steep drop in drug arrests in the city.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel reported that the Museum of Art & History would present a night of digital art and technology with students and alumni of UCSC’s DANM graduate program.

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