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Still Time to Join the 2021 Hacking4Oceans Course!

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 [...]

2021-04-02T15:57:41-07:00 April 2nd, 2021|Alumni, Cohort, News|

MS Candidate Member, Rafid Shidqi featured in Oceanographic Magazine

MS Candidate-Rafid Shidqi's Capstone Work Featured on the Cover of Oceanographic Magazine Rafid Shidqi is a passionate thresher shark conservationist. His capstone work leading the Thresher Shark Project is featured in Oceanographic Magazine (Issue 18). Order your copy of Oceanographic Magazine here. 

2021-04-02T14:08:50-07:00 April 2nd, 2021|Cohort, News|

2 CSP Faculty Receive Ecological Society of America Fellowships

CONGRATS to Karen Holl and Kai Zhu, affiliate faculty in CSP! Both received Ecological Society of America fellowships.  Karen as an ESA 2021 Fellow and Kai Zhu as a 2021 ESA Early Career Fellow.

2021-04-02T15:58:08-07:00 March 31st, 2021|Faculty, News|

2 CSP DE Students win Prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Two CSP Designated Emphasis Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships! The prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship were awarded to: Michelaina Johnson for "Towards Equitable Groundwater Governance: A Case Study of California's Most Critically Overdrafted Coastal Basin." Indiana "Indy" Reid-Shaw for her proposal focused on evaluating community based fisheries management in Kiribati to [...]

2021-04-02T15:26:27-07:00 March 26th, 2021|Cohort, News|

CSP DE Students Publish Article, Communicating Managed Retreat in California, in Water

Article Published by CSP DE Students! Wendy Bragg, Sara Gonzalez, Ando Rabearisoa, and Amanda Stoltz, each Designated Emphasis students in the Coastal Science & Policy Program recently published "Communicating Managed Retreat in California," which shares findings from work with the City of Santa Cruz in the core course CSP 245: Adaptation & Planning. Read [...]

2021-04-02T14:36:57-07:00 March 25th, 2021|Cohort, News|

Core Faculty Member, Erika Zavaleta, Appointed to California Fish and Game Commission

Dr. Erika Zavaleta appointed to the California Fish and Game Commission A founder and core faculty in the Coastal Science and Policy Program, Dr. Zavaleta was appointed to the California Fish and Game Commission on March 24, 2021 by Governor Newsom. Read more about the appointment here.  Learn about the Commission here.  [...]

2021-03-25T12:58:06-07:00 March 25th, 2021|Cohort, Faculty, News|

Incoming CSP Student, Kevin Oduor Lunzalu recognized as a Top 100 Young African Conservation Leader

Check out incoming 2021 CSP student, Kevin Lunzalu, on the Top 100 Young African Conservation Leaders List! Click here to learn more about Kevin and this recognition. 

2021-03-25T12:49:56-07:00 March 25th, 2021|Cohort, News|

Watch the March 19 Kraw Lecture Featuring CSP Director and Students

Kraw Lecture: Cultivating Leaders and Solutions for Coastal Sustainability The Coastal Science and Policy Program Director and students were featured as part of the UCSC Kraw Lecture Series on Science and Technology. Hear about the inspiring research of our Director and the innovative work CSP students are conducting around the globe. Watch the recording [...]

2021-03-19T11:53:38-07:00 March 19th, 2021|Alumni, Cohort, News|

CSP Adjunct Faculty Leads Multicampus Initiative on Coastal Resilience and Climate Adaptation

Borja Reguero, Adjunct CSP Faculty, featured in UCSC News for new multicampus initiative on coastal resilience and climate adaptation, read more here.

2021-03-17T10:03:21-07:00 March 17th, 2021|Faculty, News|
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