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July 2014 - UCSC Newsletter: A summery summary of UC Santa Cruz attractions

Sustainable agriculture to gain ground with $4 million gift

$4-million gift to support sustainable agriculture This gift will bolster the Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture, the nation's first hands-on training program for beginning organic farmers at a public university. [More]

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A summery summary of UC Santa CruzA summery summary:

Summer is here! Most students may clear out, but UC Santa Cruz beckons visitors through the summer months to explore quiet libraries, hushed gardens, a state-of-the-art gym with epic views of the Monterey Bay, and more. [More]

Arts, sciences convergeArts, sciences converge:

Award-winning New York firm Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects has been selected to design the campus's new Institute of the Arts and Sciences, which will feature installations, exhibits, seminars, residencies, and hands-on research by students and faculty. [More]

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50 things about uc santa cruz

50th Things - #42As we approach the 50th anniversary of UC Santa Cruz in 2015, here are 50 things you might not know about the campus.

The UC Santa Cruz Arboretum, started in 1964. The Arboretum was presented with a gift of 90 species of eucalyptus, which served as the foundation for what is now the largest collection of Australian plants outside of Australia.



  • Alumni Photos: See photos of UC Santa Cruz’s newest batch of alumni – class of 2014!
  • Alumni Notes: What have you been up to? Share your latest news with your fellow Banana Slugs.

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