Events

Wednesday, May 22

Flyer for Celebration & Self-Representation: Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Life at UC Santa Cruz. Includes a photo of AAPI students jumping in unison.

At UC Santa Cruz, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students have united to assert their presence and foster a sense of community. Acknowledging...

F-1 Visa Advising - Prospective Silicon Valley Students

Learn from industry leaders! Interested in talking with an international advisor about professional certificates in Silicon Valley? You can learn about the...

8am
Virtual Event
Sowing Seeds Exhibition Opening

Sowing Seeds: Filipino American Stories from the Pajaro Valley explores Filipino labor and migration to the Pajaro Valley from the 1930s to the present. The...

Ehrlich, D. (CMPM) - Designing Tangible Interactive Assistants for Biological Scientists

Scientists use assistive tools in the laboratory on a daily basis. While industrial enterprises have their own designers and design philosophies, these are...

9:30am
Virtual Event
Gonzalez, K. (CMPM) - AI-Based Game Design through Game AI Metaphors

Alongside the rise of video games as a dominant cultural form and public acknowledgement of their potential to provide deep and meaningful experiences, Game...

10am
Virtual Event
Power Through Organization graphic, depicting students protesting apartheid

Student organizing is a part of the fabric of college campuses, and through awareness campaigns, protests, and embodying shared ideals, these movements...

Diverse Voices in Fisheries Science Seminar Series Featuring Theo Claire

UCSC's Fisheries Collaborative Program and the Santa Cruz-Monterey Bay Area Subunit of the American Fisheries Society invite you to the fourth annual,...

produce

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

Building a Professional Online Presence With LinkedIn

This workshop will guide students on creating a compelling LinkedIn profile and leveraging LinkedIn for professional networking. Participants will learn the...

Exhibition: Seeing through Stone

In 16 newly commissioned projects, alongside other works of video, painting, sculpture, installation, sound, and performance, across three exhibition sites,...

Image Credit: Still, Paris is Burning (1990).

This film series takes controversial Viennese architect and cultural theorist Adolf Loos’s 1908 lecture/essay “Ornament and Crime” as a departure point to...

a sign of hope: The Art and Teaching of Corita Kent

In 1966, Eloise Pickard Smith curated an exhibition at the UCSC Field House: “Serigraphs by Sister Corita Kent”. Speaking to the Santa Cruz Sentinel at the...

Spring Academic Senate Meeting

The agenda for the meeting may be viewed on the Academic Senate website.

VMCC Talk with Joan Kee: "On the Maoism of an Un-American Art History"

Often described through what its namesake Mao Zedong described as the “revolutionary struggle of the vast majority of people against the exploiting classes...

The World Cafe: Food, Tea, and Conversations That Matter

Every other week community-building event for students focused on food, tea, and conversations that matter. Students gather to discuss a wide range of...

UCSC Wind Ensemble

The UCSC Wind Ensemble presents a spring quarter concert. Program to be announced. ADMISSION Free for UCSC Students (ticket and valid ID required)$0–$10...

Wednesday, May 22