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A new graduate program in Coastal Science and Policy at UC Santa Cruz will welcome its first cohort of students this fall.

Sea change

The interdisciplinary master's degree program will prepare students to design and implement solutions to the complex social, ecological, and technological problems facing the world's coastal ecosystems and communities.

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Industry takes profit, leaves messes

Industry takes profit, leaves messes

Karen Holl calls on Congress to make sure industry cleans up the messes it makes on public lands.

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NEH supports literature projects

NEH supports literature projects

Professor Karen Bassi will explore museums as sites of cultural meaning, and Dickens Project Director John Jordan will create a seminar on adaptations of literary works.

Alumna chronicles difficult choices of immigrants

Alumna chronicles difficult choices of immigrants

In addition to a piece in 'The New York Times,' Reyna Grande has a new book that focuses on her journey as a first-generation college student.

Aspiring archaeologists get hands-on experience

Aspiring archaeologists get hands-on experience

Associate Professor J. Cameron Monroe took Howard University students to Haiti and St. Croix as part of a partnership with Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Moral decision making is rife with internal conflict

Moral decision making is rife with internal conflict

A new in-depth study of moral reasoning challenges the notion that people are unable to think through difficult moral problems and rely primarily on automatic "gut" reactions.

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