Events

Thursday, May 23

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...

Envisioning Health for All: A Juried Student and Pajaro Resident Exhibition on Health and Climate Change

Photography provides an opportunity for us to represent our cares and concerns for health and health justice in the world beyond the university. It also...

Premed Postbacc: A Personal Introduction

Interested in applying to med school? Meet with us for an online Q&A about the new Premed Postbaccalaureate program at UCSC Silicon Valley Extension....

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...

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...

photo of Stevenson Community Garden Open Invitation

ALL ARE WELCOME! Come by the Stevenson Garden for a moment with your community. Snacks, music, & all tools are provided. We plant, harvest, deadhead,...

Photo of Erika Check Hayden

Presenter: Erika Check Hayden, UCSC Bio: Erika Check Hayden is a San Francisco-based journalist and director of the Science Communication Program...

2024 Digital Scholarship Symposium

**** CANCELLED **** The University Library Center for Digital Scholarship is pleased to invite all UCSC students engaged in creative, critical research...

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...

Book cover of: Governing the Urban in China and India: Land Grabs, Slum Clearance, and the War on Air Pollution

(POSTPONED) Interested in governance questions in relation to housing issues and air pollution? Sociology@UCSantaCruz will host a hybrid talk with the Center...

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...

CPSRC Seminar - Distributed Control & Optimization Framework for Multi-Agent Systems in Space Applications

Speaker: Himadri Basu, Postdoctoral Researcher at HSL - UCSC Abstract: Cooperative control of multi-agent systems has garnered significant attention across...

Building Belonging students

The Institute for Social Transformation is excited to host an end-of-year celebration and student showcase event to honor the work that has been accomplished...

Open Source SlugFest 2024

Join us for this fun and informal event, to hear (and talk about) the amazing open source activities happening at UC Santa Cruz. Who should come? Anyone...

Employing Humanities Celebration

A reception hosted to celebrate the accomplishments of Humanities Interns, Public Fellows, and Undergraduate Researchers who participated in the inaugural...

Somewhere: A Primer for the End of Days

Somewhere: A Primer for the End of Days Written by Marisela Treviño Orta Directed by Kinan Valdez Arrive early for complimentary refreshments in the outdoor...

Thursday, May 23