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Arboretum graphic design contest open to faculty, staff, and students

Nov 21, 2014 The UC Santa Cruz Arboretum is holding a graphic design contest to solicit original artwork for its 50th anniversary year.

November 14 budget forum videos, slides available online

Nov 17, 2014

UC Santa Cruz men's, women's basketball season openers set for Nov. 15

Nov 10, 2014 UC Santa Cruz Athletics announces the season opener games for men's and women's basketball at the Kaiser Permanente Arena in downtown Santa Cruz.

Survey to select new vendor for Quarry Plaza restaurant

Oct 13, 2014 The Graduate Student Commons is starting the process of looking for a new restaurant vendor for the first floor of our building in the Quarry Plaza. The space is currently occupied by Joe's Pizza and Subs, whose contract ends at the end of the academic year.

In Memoriam: Geoffrey 'Craig' Hunt

Oct 9, 2014

Cover crop workshop set for Saturday, Oct. 4 at Alan Chadwick Garden

Sep 25, 2014 On Saturday, October 4 from 9:30 a.m, to 12:30 p.m., learn how to grow your own compost with soil-building cover crops at a lecture and demonstration workshop.

In Memoriam: Noah Rhoads

Sep 24, 2014 We regret to tell you that Noah Rhoads, a senior at the University and a member of Kresge College, died Friday, Sept. 19.

UC Santa Cruz among top five institutions seeing growth in NIH funding

Sep 23, 2014 UC Santa Cruz is in the top five of institutions that have seen significant increases in funding from the National Institutes of Health over the past decade.

In Memoriam: Matthew Sands

Sep 22, 2014 Matthew Linzee Sands, professor emeritus of physics who was instrumental in establishing Kresge College, died September 13 in Santa Cruz, five weeks shy of his 95th birthday.

In Memoriam: Richard Hurtz

Sep 15, 2014 It is with great sadness that I announce that Rick Hurtz, principal aerospace engineer at the UC Santa Cruz University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) at NASA Ames, passed away on Friday, September 12th.

Constitution Day on September 17

Sep 15, 2014 Federal law requires that all schools receiving federal funds provide information on the United States Constitution every year on Constitution Day, September 17, the anniversary of the signing of our country's founding document.

Community Bulletin: Wildfire near north campus

Aug 13, 2014 At daybreak today, a wildfire was reported on State Park lands near Chinquapin and Empire Grade roads outside the boundaries of north campus, moving toward Highway 9.

Mexican consulate honors UCSC summer research interns

Aug 8, 2014 Six students from Mexican universities spent several weeks this summer at UC Santa Cruz doing research projects with UCSC science faculty.

2014-2015 Campus Food & Garden Guide now available

Jul 25, 2014 The Campus Food & Garden Guide offers resources and information on UCSC's sustainable food systems efforts, including the campus farm and college gardens, dining halls and coffeeshops,

UCSC creates scholarship fund in memory of slain Soquel resident J. Gordon Smith

Jul 21, 2014 A scholarship fund honoring the late J. Gordon Smith has been established by his former colleagues at Long Marine Laboratory.

Organic flower-growing, bouquet-making workshop set for Sat., July 19

Jul 11, 2014 An organic flower-growing, bouquet-making workshop is set for Saturday July 19 at the Alan Chadwick Garden on the UC Santa Cruz campus.

UC Santa Cruz 'FitLife' program begins Monday, June 23

Jun 19, 2014 Beginning Monday, June 23, the UC Santa Cruz Wellness program operated by the Office of Physical Education, Recreation, and Sports (OPERS) will be renamed "UCSC FitLife."

In Memoriam: Glen Winans

Jun 13, 2014 Glen Winans, who served as assistant dean and chief of staff for the Baskin School of Engineering, passed away on June 7.

SCIPP director Steve Ritz testifies at congressional hearing on physics research

Jun 11, 2014 As chair of a panel charged with setting national priorities for particle physics research, Ritz testified before a House subcommittee

Porter College announces inaugural Machotka Chairs in Creative Studies

Jun 10, 2014 Patty Gallagher, Gary Young, and Shelley Stamp have been chosen as the inaugural recipients of the Pavel Machotka Chair in Creative Studies at Porter College.

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