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Visionaries of the Visual


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Alumni Notes

Alumni Profile: 'Lost and Found Sound'

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Visionaries of the visual

As curators or directors at some of the country's most respected art museums and galleries, a number of UCSC graduates are helping decide which works their institutions buy or borrow–and ultimately bring to the public's attention.

Photo: Gary Freidman / Los Angeles Times


Meeting the need

UC Santa Cruz is helping prepare tomorrow's K-12 teachers, desperately needed in California, through a unique new program that provides students with a teaching credential and master's degree–in just 15 months.

Photo: R. R. Jones


A toxic legacy

Mercury is beginning to surpass lead as a major environmental concern, and UCSC faculty, students, and alumni are assessing the extent to which old mine sites are contaminating the San Francisco Bay.

Photo: R. R. Jones


Lost and found sound

We've had the ability to record sound for just over 100 years, and UCSC alumnae Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva have brought a century's worth of recordings to life in an award-winning series for National Public Radio.

Photo: Laura Folger



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