UC Santa Cruz

CITL and the Division of Student Success launched two websites today to address the needs of instructors and students.

How to #keepteaching and #keeplearning during a pandemic

In an unprecedented effort to support students, faculty and instructors across campus are working to adopt remote teaching strategies for spring quarter. Jody Greene is leading the effort to provide support, while faculty are bringing creative problem-solving and determination to the challenge.

Faculty Insight

Protecting mangroves can prevent flood damage

Protecting mangroves can prevent flood damage

Writing in 'The Conversation,' professor Michael Beck and postdoctoral fellow Pelayo Menéndez describe their research into natural coastal defenses.

From our newscenter

Slime mold reveals dark threads of the cosmic web

Slime mold reveals dark threads of the cosmic web

The problem-solving prowess of a simple slime mold has been harnessed to trace the large-scale structure of the universe.

Four decades of research into the causes of crime

Four decades of research into the causes of crime

A new book by Distinguished Professor Craig Haney is a comprehensive, in-depth analysis of 40 years of research into the root causes of criminal behavior.

UC Santa Cruz campus was ready for its close up

UC Santa Cruz campus was ready for its close up

Producers of 'Devs,' the new sci-fi thriller that premiered March 5, were looking for just the right location to depict a high-tech corporate campus.

Thin-film expertise to help NASA's space telescopes

Thin-film expertise to help NASA's space telescopes

Engineer Nobuhiko Kobayashi's expertise in thin-film technology could improve the performance of NASA’s next generation of space telescopes.

Campus COVID-19 Resources

Announcements

Briefly

Awards and Honors

In Memoriam

In the news