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UC Speaks Up for research and prevention of campus-based sexual violence

Learn how a multi-campus effort is creating a concrete picture of how students, faculty and staff perceive interpersonal violence and the resources available in their communities.

Alumna’s film about Syrian refugees wins Audience Award for Best Feature at SF DocFest

We Are Not Princesses, the first feature film by UC Santa Cruz alumna Bridgette Auger (SocDoc ’11) was honored at the 2019 San Francisco Documentary Film Festival.

Meet Rachel L. Kaplan, trailblazing UCSF researcher fighting transphobia

Kaplan is undertaking the first ever study on HIV treatment and prevention among transgender women in Lebanon.

One of the worst in state: Merced County’s childhood obesity crisis

UC Merced's Susana Ramirez talks about the difficulty of avoiding the temptations of unhealthy foods in Latino and low-income populations.

Ebola in Uganda

Anne Rimoin, UCLA professor of epidemiology and director of the Fielding School's Center for Global and Immigrant Health, was interviewed by BBC World News about the Ebola vaccine and Ebola in Uganda. 

‘Committed’ CO2 emissions jeopardize international climate goals, UC Irvine-led study finds

Existing and planned fossil fuel-burning infrastructure must be retired early or replaced.

Cows and climate change

UC Davis researchers argue that, managed correctly, cows help restore healthy soils, conserve sensitive species and enhance overall ecological function.

UC Berkeley to adopt 100 villages in Meghalaya

The university plans to start a concept of smart villages and address the issue of urban migration due to environmental issues.

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