Diana Fu, 2020 Cohort Member, Receives 2021 Switzer Fellowship Read more about Diana and the Switzer fellowship here. Diana is one of twenty new fellows who are joining the Switzer Fellowship Network this year. The network includes almost 700 Switzer Fellows located across the country and around the world.
Final Coastal Science & Policy Program Capstone Presentations 2021 Presentations On June 8th, 2021 the Coastal Science and Policy Program hosted our year-end capstone presentations. Each graduating masters student presented for approximately 20 minutes on their capstone project. To watch each presentation, please click on the icons below. [...]
Petition filed by UAW to represent Graduate Student Employees To read the petition, please click here: https://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/labor/news/docs/univ_of_california_uaw_student_researchers_unite_public_notice.pdf.
CSP MS Class of 2021 student, Abel Mkulama's SANKOFA project one of UCSC IDEA HUB pitch contest's top four finalists. Abel pitched on June 2 during the Santa Cruz Works Annual Get Hired event. His team will receive $7,000 to support their project work.
Read a new article by Mali'o Kodis (CSP Class of 2020) that shares her Capstone Work with TNC & Watch Recording from Tom Collinson (CSP Class of 2021) Two CSP students release materials that showcase their capstone work for the Coastal Science and Policy MS degree. Read: Mali'o Kodis worked with The Nature Conservancy [...]
Dr. Kapuscinski spoke at the Nobel Prize Summit 2021: The Future of Sustainability Education, convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) Click the project website link below to watch, after a few opening commenters, Dr. Kapuscinski talk about highlights of the NASEM report that she chaired on strengthening sustainability in higher [...]
Three CSP MS Students Awarded Funding & Training Support for their Innovative Research! Andrea Paz-Lacavex, 2020 cohort member, wins Tinker Foundation Field Research Grant for her work in Baja California, MX, to further a new innovative kelp restoration technique called Green Gravel. Abel Mkulama's Project SANKOFA_precision selected to participate in the Verizon and Clinton [...]
WATCH: 2021 AAAS Meeting Dr. Kapuscinski & Others Share an Overview of the National Academies Study to Strengthen Sustainability Education
Dr. Kapuscinski and fellow National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) committee members discuss sustainability programs and curricula for Ugrad & Grad Students The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a report in Fall 2020 focused on strengthening sustainability programs and curricula at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the United [...]
Read new article “A call for protection of women’s rights and economic, social, cultural (ESC) rights in seafood value chains” Abstract Recent media revelations and scientific research have brought increased attention to human rights violations and the myriad social issues facing fisheries, but with a disproportionate focus on labor rights violations at sea and in [...]
Still Time to Sign Up for Hacking4Oceans 2021 Learn Lean Launchpad and other Lean Design techniques for driving effective solutions to real world coastal/ocean issues. Work with an interdisciplinary team of students from across campus. Curious about joining the class, email Hacking4Oceans@ucsc.edu. Limited enrollment by permission of the instructors. Interested in the course? Check [...]