Peter Nicholas Burgoyne, professor emeritus of mathematics, passed away on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.
Oakes College alumna Ally Walker’s career went from sequencing genomes to solving crimes on television
William George “Bill” Mathews—astrophysicist, musician, and idea foundry, passed away Tuesday, September 24, 2021
UC Santa Cruz Earth Sciences alum Damon Brown knew the value of preservation. As a geologist, he used knowledge of the past to build a better future, studying the causes of climate change and identifying new, sustainable energy sources. With that kind of long-term thinking in mind, he and his wife Sarah, a fellow geologist, […]
‘Life as We Made It’ explains how our species has been manipulating nature for the past 50,000 years and what the future may hold, depending on how we use new technologies
“After giving talks at two of the annual symposia and attending a grant writing workshop that helped me apply for NIH funding, I realized that I should pay back into the [UCSC STEAM Postdoc Association] by volunteering. That was the best decision of my postdoc.”
Manel Camps appointed faculty director of UCSC Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development
UC Santa Cruz has appointed Manel Camps, professor of microbiology and environmental toxicology and provost of Crown College, to serve as the director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development