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Degree, check. Next stop, heal the world.

The prospect of solving the multitude of global health issues may seem daunting, but UC grads are up to the challenge. 

Quantifying hope

Researchers from UC Davis are studying aspirations and poverty dynamics throughout the world, including in rural Nepal where many families live on less than $1.25 a day.

Berkeley Talks: Feminist legal scholar Catharine MacKinnon on the butterfly politics of #MeToo

"Butterfly politics means that the right, small intervention in the structure of an unstable political system can ultimately produce systemic change."

UCSC celebrates graduation of first Feminist Studies PhDs

From Romania to Armenia and back to Silicon Valley, these PhDs are taking a global perspective. 

USAID photo exhibit on Zika launches QBI symposium on arthropod-borne diseases

The exhibit opened June 12 in Mission Hall on the UCSF Mission Bay campus. 

The population paradox

Periodic catastrophes are key to explaining incongruences in population growth over human evolutionary history, according to UC Santa Barbara scholars.

Better human rights protections around the world for people with disabilities, but gaps remain

Analysis by UCLA WORLD Policy Analysis Center evaluates international progress 12 years after landmark treaty.

Combination of water scarcity and inflexible demand puts world’s river basins at risk

UC Irvine led study examines consumption patterns and suggests resilience strategies.

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