UCCS announces the winner of its inaugural UCCS Bacon Public Lectureship and White Paper Competition; Bev Hansen named 2015 UCCS governance fellow; The fall cohort and their internships; Dr.Robert Birgeneau draws crowd; UCCS and Capitol Weekly plan four conferences; UCCS winter lecture series focuses on environment, inequality and prosperity.
Center creates public lectureship and white paper competition; The winter cohort and their internships; UCCS recruits 27 students for spring quarter; Spring lecture series focuses on health, education, criminology...
Delaine Eastin named 2015 governance fellow; The fall cohort and their internships; Winter lecture series focuses on health, education, governance; Sen. Bill Emmerson Resigns from Legislature; UCCS Family Welcomes Gavin Wilson; Dee Powell New UCCS Events Coordinator...
Dr. Richard Kravitz named interim director; All nine undergraduate campuses represented in the Capital; UCCS- Capitol Weekly healthcare conference; Fall Speaker Series...
Bob Huckfeldt to Step Down as Director; IGS-UCCS Explore State Recovery; Public Seminar Series; Spring Quarter Attracts 17 students; UCCS- Capitol Weekley Form News Bureau; Reception Honors New Legislators; UCCS Home for "Boalt in Sacramento" Program; UCCS- Capitol Weekly Online Gaming Conference...
DELTA WATER "PEACE," CAP-and-TRADE HIGHLIGHT FEBRUARY CONFERENCES: Legislative Reception Slated for February 27 President Yudof, Chancellor Katehi will host new members;Winter Quarter Internships Reflect UC Center Reach into the Capital’s Policy Community;February talks explore youth voters, crisis management, persuasion in small groups and the state of Lake Tahoe...
CCC Chancellor Jack Scott Feted August 14: Summer Session draws 41 scholars; Policy internships offer variety of experiences; Journalism students intern across mediums.
SANDRA WILSON IS NEW UCCS PROGRAM & OUTREACH COORDINATOR: Recruiting students for Center programs is her top priority; Summer Policy Program Fills Up: All nine UC campuses represented; PUBLIC SEMINAR SERIES: Spring Seminars Conclude with University Campuses and Economic Growth and the Fight Against Alzheimer’s; Summer Journalism Begins June 25: Program attracts largest cohort ever; Center Hosts Governor, Regents.
NEW CONFERENCE ROOM TAKES SHAPE: UC Davis, UCOP team up to enhance Center’s meeting space; Spring Quarter Underway: Internships range from the Legislature to the World Trade Center and California Medical Association; PUBLIC SEMINAR SERIES; Spring Seminars Continue with Jobs, San Diego’s Troubles, and the Climate Change; Summer Journalism Workshops Return: Two-day event has Committee of Concerned Journalists pedigree; Applications Now Accepted for Summer: Students urged to apply early to secure the best internships;
Event Honored Friends of the Center: Chancellor Katehi honored partners in the Capitol community; Center Hosts Michael Dukakis: Former Massachusetts governor urges students to pursue a career in public service; Spring Seminars Feature Energy, Jobs and the Achievement Gap. Mark Modera, Ann Stevens, Robert Ream begin eight-part series; tribes, Tracks, Card Clubs — and MONEY: UC Center, Capitol Weekly sponsor Online Gaming Conference; Hanna, We Hardly Knew Ye; Hanna Snider wooed away by a job with the Legislature.
UC Center hosts Michael Dukakis; Home Away From Home, Collaborations give programs a base in Sacramento; Public Seminar Series, Research experts from UCLA, Merced, Davis adn Irvine highlight February and March; Travels with Hanna Snider, Outreach Coordinator's ambitious effort include travel, Webinars; UC Center Seminars Available on Web
Jack Scott is 2012 Governance Fellow; Winter Quarter Begins; Public Seminar Series; Online
Conference Explored Prison System; Dr. Gary Dymski Leaves UCR for England; Center Assists 2011-2012 Science Fellows; UC Center Seminars Available on Web; Eclectic Public Seminars on Tap for Winter.
Touring campuses with Hanna Snider; Webinar Information Session: Learn about UCCS online November 21; The UCCS Team: Damaris Carston; UC Center Loses a Friend: Dr. Timothy Hodson (1950-2011); Alumni: Raihane Dalvi, UC San Diego
Prison System Focus of Capitol Weekly-UCCS Conference in November; The UCCS team -- Marg Lee: UC Davis & Teresa Olson: UC Davis Office of the University Registrar; UCCS Lecture Series Airs on Cal Channel.
Fall Speaker Series to Showcase Breadth of UC Policy Research; The UCCS Team -- Trina Elerts: UC Riverside and Jackie Teeple: UC Davis; Fall students placed in internships.
Hanna Snider is UCCS’ new Program and Outreach Coordinator; The UCCS Team -- Kerry Ott: UC San Diego; UCCS students interviewed for NPR’s “State of the Re:Union” program; UCCS student named Capps Center intern at UC Santa Barbara; Alum on the White House beat.
UCCS summer interns secure rich variety of Capitol placements; Summer orientation gives students a quick introduction to Sacramento politics; The UCCS Team -- Sharon Parks: UC Irvine; UCCS Seeks Sacramento-based Program and Outreach Coordinator; Coastal Commission Conference hears from Laird, Douglas, animated panels.
Megan Baier wins Katherine M. MacDonald Award for excellence in student journalism; Spread the word: Fall applications accepted until September 6; Coastal Commission Conference explores all sides of a controversial state agency
UC Center Extends Application Deadlines; UCCS to host 44 policy students for summer; more to come with deadline extension; UC Center, Capitol Weekly partner for a third conference — The Coastal Commission; UC Center, New America Media collaborate on education workshop for ethnic media
Redevelopment Debate Heats Up UC Center, Capitol Weekly Conference; Spring Internships Reflect UCCS’ Reach; New York Times Op-ed Questions Unpaid Internships.
UC CENTER, CAPITOL WEEKLY SPONSOR REDEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE AT THE CREST THEATER
Roger Niello named UCCS Governance Fellow; UCCS unveils advisory panels; Registration for public seminars now online; Journalism program to celebrate seventh year
UCCS to honor ex-officio Regents; Health Care launches January seminar series; Sam Chung elected president of APICA; Students arrive for winter quarter
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