Events

Wednesday, June 1

Art & Oppression Comics Exhibition

Promoting freedom of expression, combating censorship and building diversity, equity and inclusion through arts, audiences are invited to view the Art &...

Strange Weather: Contemporary Art from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation

A print exhibition, including a selection of prints by Glenn Ligon, showing at the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery at UC Santa Cruz, with a concurrent showing...

(artwork by Miki Saito)

Learn how the members of the Grateful Dead and the global Dead Head community took inspiration from one another in creating an image-rich, worldwide art...

Summer Session Visiting Student Registration Open

Anyone can take classes at UC Santa Cruz over the summer, but visiting students need to register to enroll. Registration is open now until June 15. Choose...

CAPS Graduate Women's Group

A supportive space to realize you are not alone in struggling to juggle personal and academic demands. Common topics include: anxiety, motivation, Impostor...

Produce pop-up stand

Low-cost produce stand with fresh fruits & veggies from the UCSC Farm & Santa Cruz Farmers' Market. The Produce Pop-Up aims to increase access to fresh,...

Image credit: Lucien Jacobs, Untitled #1, 2021. Pigment on paper.

The Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery presents Irwin 2022: Emulsion, the 36th annual Irwin Scholarship exhibition, showcasing the work of a select group of UC...

Santa Cruz Launchpad 2022

We are excited to announce that the annual Santa Cruz Launchpad Pitch Competition and Job Fair will be back in person this year, as a collaboration between...

ODEI Office Hours

Join Lorato Anderson, the new Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Graduate Division, for help and information regarding graduate support, a...

Writing Together: Afternoon Session

Have you noticed that a large portion of your writing happens in short bursts? So have we! Writing Together is structured, weekly writing time for graduate...

Flyer for the Diverse Voices in Fisheries Science Seminar. EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY (April 6-June 1)    1. Wednesday, April 6 at 4pm   Miranda Bell Tilcock, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences Title: Isotope Tools to Reconstruct the Life History of Native Fish 2. Wednesday, April 20, at 4pm Dr. Adrian Munguia-Vega, University of Arizona Title: Tracking Marine Biodiversity With Genomic Tools From The Reef To The Plate In The Gulf Of California 3. Wednesday, May 4, at 4pm Dr. Levi Lewis, UC Davis Title: Using Otoliths To Assess The Sensitivity Of Estuarine Fishes To Climate Change 4. Wednesday, May 18, at 4pm Dr. Katy Seto, UC Santa Cruz Title: Marine Science for Social Justice 5. Wednesday, June 1, at 4pm Dr. Lauren Simonitis, University of Washington Title: TBA

EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY (April 6-June 1) 1. Wednesday, April 6 at 4pm Miranda Bell Tilcock, UC Davis Center for Watershed SciencesTitle: Isotope Tools to...

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Virtual Event
Irwin 2022 Reception

The Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery presents Irwin 2022: Emulsion, the 36th annual Irwin Scholarship exhibition, showcasing the work of a select group of UC...

Java in the Real World

Java developers are broadening the scope of this popular language, applying it to new kinds of projects in diverse industries. Join two of our most popular...

Wednesday, June 1