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CruzHacks 2024 Hackathon

Stevenson Event Center

CruzHacks is the largest hackathon in Santa Cruz! Each year, hundreds of students are invited to develop solutions to real-world problems, pursue inclusion in tech, and kindle the spirit of […]

Stefan Tanaka: What Do Pasts Do? Toward Potential History

Humanities 1, Room 420 Humanites 1 University of California, Santa Cruz Cowell College, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

The History of Consciousness department is delighted to present: What Do Pasts Do? Toward Potential History with Stefan Tanaka. This talk is a part of the HISC Winter 2024 Speaker […]

Benjamin Breen – Tripping on Utopia

Bookshop Santa Cruz 1520 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Bookshop Santa Cruz welcomes Benjamin Breen, associate professor of history at UC Santa Cruz, for a discussion and signing of his new book, Tripping on Utopia: Margaret Mead, the Cold […]

Event Series THI Coffee Hour

THI Coffee Hour

Humanities 1, Room 515 1156 High St, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

The Humanities Institute is excited to welcome students, faculty, staff, and friends for a weekly Coffee Hour on Wednesdays, 11am to noon. We invite you to visit our team, meet […]

Living Writers with Undergraduate Alumna Sina Grace

Humanities Lecture Hall Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Living Writers - Winter 2024 - Return of the Beloved: An Alumni Series Sina Grace is the author and illustrator of the autobiographical Self-Obsessed, and Not My Bag, which recounts […]

Reza Aslan – An American Martyr in Persia

Cowell Ranch Hay Barn Ranch View Rd, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

In 1907, educator and American missionary Howard Baskerville traveled to Iran in the midst of a democratic revolution led by a group of brilliant young firebrands committed to transforming their […]

Santa Cruz Pickwick Club

Virtual Event

Please join the Santa Cruz Dickens Fellowship and the Santa Cruz Pickwick Club for our monthly Pickwick Club meeting. New this year, we will be devoting an entire year to one novel instead of two, and will dive deeply into Great Expectations. Join Dickens enthusiasts and Pickwick Club members for a series of discussions about […]

Ariel Chan – “Bilingualism in Context: The Role of Language Experience and Cultural Identity in Language Processing”

Humanities 2, Room 259

The Department of Languages and Applied Linguistics is pleased to present: "Bilingualism in Context: The Role of Language Experience and Cultural Identity in Language Processing" with Ariel Chan, Ph.D. Stanford University Abstract Bilingualism is inherently a social phenomenon with variation. Sociolinguistic research (e.g., Chen, 2008; Lo, 1999; Milroy & Wei, 1995) has demonstrated that bilinguals […]