Volume 2
Number 42
June 15-21, 1998

Dignitaries break ground for federal research lab
Adding to the growing complex of marine research facilities at the site of UCSC's Long Marine Laboratory, construction will soon begin on a $19.4 million state-of-the-art research laboratory for the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). The NMFS Santa Cruz Laboratory, designed primarily for research on salmon and rockfish, will replace an obsolete lab facility in Tiburon, California. (Photo)

Major gift will fund new Center for Ocean Health at Long Marine Lab

Commencement ceremonies begin Friday, June 19

Producer brings X-Files lore to campus

UCSC enters a busy summer conference season

Greatful Dead drummer visits UCSC classroom

Construction projects to fill the summer months

Farm & Garden Market Cart opens June 16

Tom Campbell and staff tour Long Marine Lab

Air ambulance will make training run at UCSC

Human Resources explains UCSC's termination policy

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