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March 10, 1997

David Chalmers to explore the "puzzle of consciousness" in humanities lecture
The Humanities Lecture Series continues on Thursday, March 13, as assistant professor of philosophy David Chalmers presents the talk, "The Puzzle of Consciousness."

Chancellor Greenwood hosts lunch for UC's president emeritus and UCSC's founding chancellor

UCSC workshop helps kids think about college and careers
About 60 students from Branciforte Elementary School gazed into their crystal balls in February at a workshop hosted by UCSC's Career Center.

UCSC physicist organizes London symposium on Isaac Newton
Speakers at March symposium to discuss the latest insights into the work behind Newton's groundbreaking book Principia.

UCSC receives renewed funding for minority science support program
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has renewed its support of a UC effort to increase the number of science degrees awarded to underrepresented minority students.

Lecture to detail innovative, computer-intensive approach to computers and learning
In preparation for UC's All University Conference on New Technologies in Teaching and Learning, Burks Oakley will deliver a lecture titled "The Internet and Higher Education: Silicon and Fiber Replacing Bricks and Mortar" on Monday, March 17.

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