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UC Santa Cruz Hosts Northern California High School Ethics Bowl

This year's regional event takes place on campus January 14 at the Humanities Lecture Hall. The 16 cases that will be discussed include ethical questions about birth control and the Affordable Care Act, video games involving virtual and augmented reality, working while sick, online privacy, and more.

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UC Santa Cruz Alumni Perk Up the Coffee Scene

James Freeman (Stevenson ’90, philosophy), a disaffected clarinetist-turned-coffee maven, started Blue Bottle in 2002 and is now recognized as a pioneer and leader of alt-coffee in America. Coffee allowed him to pursue artistry and excellence.

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From RRG to Digital Archive

UCHRI’s Residential Research Groups (RRGs) are in essence teams of researchers assembled to work on a commonly-defined research agenda. The organizing premise of the RRG ...

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A tale of two fetuses

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In What Becomes Us, a new novel by UC Santa Cruz literature professor Micah Perks, twin fetuses tell the story of a pregnant woman who ...

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Humanists@Work Funding Opportunities

 UCHRI invites Humanities and humanistic Social Science PhDs to apply for three exciting funding opportunities: Humanists@Work Career Workshop – Travel Funding Applications The workshop will ...

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