Events of Interest
Business leaders, politicians, celebrities, and non-profit organizations are calling for the planting of millions, billions, or even trillions of trees to slow climate change. Is that really feasible? Professor Karen …Find out more »
The UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS) and Bookshop Santa Cruz present a book talk and signing event with CheFarmer Matthew Raiford, farmer, chef, and …Find out more »
Campus + Community is a developing center at UCSC aimed at making visible the vital work that UCSC faculty, staff, and students perform in local communities as well as supporting ongoing and new community partnerships to have lasting effects in the community. A research partnership between UC Santa Cruz and United Way of Santa Cruz County will offer local youth and UCSC undergraduates new leadership platforms and support college-readiness and success.
Reparations for Black Americans: The Road to Racial Equality in California and Beyond
On April 15, 2021 some of the country’s leading experts and advocates joined us to discuss reparations and the racial wealth gap. Speakers included: William A. Darity Jr., A. Kirsten Mullen, Anne Price, and Congresswoman Barbara Lee. Visit our past events page to learn more.
Rooted in the Social Sciences Division at UC Santa Cruz, the institute supports innovative scholarship that changes the world. The institute is a critical intellectual and social hub, connecting scholars across UC Santa Cruz and partners beyond the University, developing research-based solutions to urgent problems in the world.
Enraizado en la División de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de California en Santa Cruz, el instituto apoya erudición innovadora que transforma el mundo. El instituto es un centro intelectual y social crítico, conectando eruditos de toda UC Santa Cruz y compañeros más allá de la Universidad, desarrollando soluciones basadas en estudios a los problemas urgentes del mundo.