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Professors Leta Miller and Carolyn Dean honored for arts research

Dec 11, 2014 Acting Arts Dean Martin Berger has named the 2014 Arts Dean’s Eminent Professors, the division’s highest recognition of faculty research achievement.

New fiction by alumna author featured in New Yorker

Dec 8, 2014 “Savage Breast,” a new short story by UC Santa Cruz alumna Elizabeth McKenzie, will be featured in the December 15 issue of The New Yorker magazine.

UC Santa Cruz professor honored by San Francisco Film Society

Dec 8, 2014 UC Santa Cruz arts professor B. Ruby Rich was honored at the San Francisco Film Society’s fifth annual Essential SF, an event celebrating the Bay Area film community's most vital figures and institutions.

Study of deadly bat disease finds surprising seasonal pattern of infections

Dec 2, 2014 White-nose syndrome fungus can infect an entire bat colony during hibernation, but surviving bats clear the infection after they become active.

Campus food drive launches for holiday season

Dec 1, 2014 Another holiday season is upon us, and with it comes our annual UC Santa Cruz Holiday Food Drive which works in cooperation with Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Cruz County providing healthy meals to our friends and neighbors in need.

Scott Hernandez-Jason named director of news and media relations at UC Santa Cruz

Dec 1, 2014 Scott Hernandez-Jason has joined UC Santa Cruz as director of news and media relations. His first day was Monday, December 1.

Composting bins promote a handy diversion toward 2020 zero-waste goal

Dec 1, 2014 The first zero-waste stations at McHenry Library are in place, another step toward a goal of making the campus zero-waste by 2020.

Campus Holiday Food Drive

Dec 1, 2014 Last year the UCSC holiday food drive raised over 150,000 meals for our friends and neighbors in need, making UCSC the third largest contributor in the county.

Get Involved this Holiday Season

Nov 19, 2014 The Student Volunteer Center (SVC), located in Hahn Student Services, is offering awesome programs this holiday season where you can help local families in need.

Community crime bulletin: Assault with injury reported

Nov 13, 2014 The UC Santa Cruz Police Department is investigating a report of an assault causing injury that occurred on November 12, at 7:55 p.m. on Heller Drive near the north side Porter College bus stop.

Wade Davis to speak at UC Santa Cruz on Nov. 14

Nov 10, 2014 Author, explorer, filmmaker, and professor Wade Davis will deliver the 14th Annual Sidhartha Maitra Memorial Lecture at UC Santa Cruz on Friday, November 14, at the Music Center Recital Hall.

Arts professor brings acclaimed Deaf poets to campus with ‘Eye Music’ festival

Nov 7, 2014 Nationally renowned Deaf poets and performing artists are coming to UC Santa Cruz for Eye Music--a four-day festival created and performed in American Sign Language (ASL).

UC Santa Cruz grad student among veterans honored by National Science Foundation

Nov 6, 2014 Ocean sciences grad student John Koster was one of 11 military veterans recognized in an event at NSF headquarters.

Home for the holidays - Students

Nov 5, 2014 Go to http://zimride.ucsc.edu and post a ride or see who might be headed in your direction.

Summer 2015 Orientation Dates

Nov 4, 2014 Summer Orientation is our opportunity as a campus to formally welcome newly matriculated UCSC students and their families into our community of scholars.

Special offers from Zipcar

Nov 3, 2014 UCSC Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) contracts with Zipcar to offer car sharing services to our campus as a sustainable transportation option for our affiliates.

UC Santa Cruz named a 'silver bicycle-friendly' university

Oct 28, 2014 UC Santa Cruz has been named a 'silver bicycle-friendly' university by the League of American Bicyclists.

Halloween message for students

Oct 24, 2014 You should find the information below useful as you plan how and where to spend your time on Halloween this year.

Astrophysics meets theater in ‘Birth of Stars’

Oct 22, 2014 What does the birth and death of stars have to do with the lives of real human beings? How do we balance the joy and pain of life in a productive way? Does technology make us less than human…or something more?

'Beloved' author speaks about writing, revelations, and good and evil

Oct 22, 2014 Pulitzer– and Nobel Prize–winning author Toni Morrison sees an increasing prevalence of evil in literature

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