Month: November 2023

From the Chancellor

Expanding higher education opportunities

November 2023

Students get in on ‘hot labor summer’

UC Santa Cruz students took part in Labor Summer, the inaugural project of the UC-wide expansion of labor studies programs that trained student interns on the frontlines of worker organizing

By Liza Monroy, November 2023

Creative Technologies to stretch imaginations—online

The Arts Division’s new Creative Technologies online major—the first of its kind on any UC campus—will build on traditional teaching with additional curriculum in computing, historical context, and entrepreneurship.

By Emily Wilson, November 2023

Emily Sieu Liebowitz: A love letter long overdue

Emily Sieu Liebowitz (Rachel Carson ’07, literature) used the writing skills she developed at UC Santa Cruz to cowrite But Will You Love Me Tomorrow?, a book celebrating the songs and achievements of American girl groups of the ’60s

By Kristen Garabedian, November 2023

Maurice Conti: Diving into the future

Maurice Conti (Stevenson ’92, Japanese history) is a futurist, so he helps clients prepare for what’s coming, while also combining technology with storytelling to protect one of his lifelong loves—the ocean

By Kristen Garabedian, November 2023

Around the world in five weeks or less

Global Seminars give students the chance to explore their education abroad with UCSC faculty in the summer

By Grace Stetson, November 2023

Empowering students making an impact

The Josh Alper Scholarship, established in memory of alumnus and former University Library staff member Josh Alper, is awarded to students who volunteer and make an impact in the community. Alper’s father, Ted, put the scholarship in his will, which—when...

By Christy Tall, November 2023

In case you missed it

Must-read UC Santa Cruz news stories

November 2023

Travel with us!

Join us on one of our Inspired Expeditions! We have some amazing destinations in 2024.

November 2023