Events

Friday, November 17

International Education Week 2023 (IEW)

What is International Education Week (IEW)? Each November, the Department of State and the Department of Education celebrate and promote the benefits of...

produce

Strike activity is likely to impact this service. Follow @ucscprdoucepopup on Instagram for schedule and location updates. Affordable organic produce from...

Exhibition: Maria Gaspar: Compositions

Iron bars recast as glass with sonic reverberations. Concrete walls made porous by precisely cut holes. A building disappearing into clouds, piece by piece....

Introduction to Hindenburg

Registration is required for this event. Beginning this Fall, the audio editing software Hindenburg will be available on all DSC Lab computers and in the...

poster for Never Again is Now: Japanese American Women Activists and the Legacy of the Mass Incarceration

Japanese American women who experienced the World War II mass incarceration have a long history of activism that includes protests within the camps,...

engineering students

The outbreak of COVID-19 significantly increased the demand for flexible models to better understand and predict disease dynamics. Various models have been...

poster for Never Again is Now: Japanese American Women Activists and the Legacy of the Mass Incarceration

Join us for a panel discussion with Karen Tei Yamashita and traci kato-kiriyama. The panel discussion will be moderated by Alice Yang. Karen Tei...

Ken Corday Recital

A solo piano recital with UC Santa Cruz alumnus and award-winning composer Ken Corday (Porter '75, Aesthetic Studies). A Q&A with the artist will...

Film Screening: Il Moro

Il Moro - The Moor is a period drama based on true events in the life of Alessandro de’ Medici, the illegitimate son of a woman of African descent, and Pope...

"Eurydice"  by Sarah Ruhl

Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost love. With...

Friday, November 17