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Anacapa Island in California's  Channel Islands. Photo by Abe Borker

Anacapa Island in California's Channel Islands. Photo by Abe Borker

Want to save 41 percent of the planet’s highly threatened vertebrates? Work on islands

Nearly half the Earth’s highly threatened vertebrates occur on islands, according to a new study, which also found that effective management of invasive species could benefit 95 percent of the 1,189 threatened island species identified.

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Progress made on Student Housing West project

Progress made on Student Housing West project

Sarah Latham, Vice Chancellor for Business and Administrative Services

The campus community is invited to open forums on Student Housing West Wednesday at 1-2 p.m. and 7-8 p.m.

Focus on diversity

Diverse students, diverse experiences

Diverse students, diverse experiences

Richard Hughey, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education

How does UC Santa Cruz broaden student—and faculty—interaction with ideas and views from around the state, country, and globe?

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Leading in era of rapid technological change

Leading in era of rapid technological change

As he begins his second full academic year as dean of the Baskin School of Engineering, Alex Wolf discusses his first year and plans for the future.

'The Merchant of Venice' debate: Is it anti-Semitic?

'The Merchant of Venice' debate: Is it anti-Semitic?

Karin Coonrod, founding director of Italy’s Compagnia de’ Colombari, joins UC Santa Cruz professors Nov. 7 at the MAH to discuss her production first staged last year in the Venice Ghetto.

Geologist Gary Griggs publishes two new books

Geologist Gary Griggs publishes two new books

'The Edge' focuses on California’s unique coastline; 'Coasts in Crisis' offers a global perspective on issues facing coastal regions around the world.

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