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The monthly UCCS newsletter.

WINTER 2014 NEWSLETTER

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...

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Fall 2013 Newsletter

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...

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SUMMER 2013 NEWSLETTER

Dr. Richard Kravitz named interim director; All nine undergraduate campuses represented in the Capital; UCCS- Capitol Weekly healthcare conference; Fall Speaker Series...

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Spring 2013 NEWSLETTER

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...

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JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2013 NEWSLETTER

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...

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June - July 2012

CCC Chancellor Jack Scott Feted August 14: Summer Session draws 41 scholars; Policy internships offer variety of experiences; Journalism students intern across mediums.

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MAY 2012 NEWSLETTER

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.

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April 2012 Newsletter

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;

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MARCH 2012 NEWSLETTER

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.

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February 2012 Newsletter

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

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January 2012 Newsletter

Jack Scott is 2012 Governance Fellow; Winter Quarter Begins; Public Seminar Series; Online

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December 2011 Newsletter

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.

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November 2011 Newsletter

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

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October 2011 Newsletter

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.

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September 2011 Newsletter

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.

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August 2011 Newsletter

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.

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July 2011 Newsletter

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.

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June 2011 Newsletter

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

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May 2011 Newsletter

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

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April 2011 Newsletter

Redevelopment Debate Heats Up UC Center, Capitol Weekly Conference; Spring Internships Reflect UCCS’ Reach; New York Times Op-ed Questions Unpaid Internships.

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March 2011 Newsletter

UC CENTER, CAPITOL WEEKLY SPONSOR REDEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE AT THE CREST THEATER

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February 2011 Newsletter

Roger Niello named UCCS Governance Fellow; UCCS unveils advisory panels; Registration for public seminars now online; Journalism program to celebrate seventh year

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January 2011 Newsletter

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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Turning the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation from an Offense- to Risk-Based System Susan Turner, Professor of Criminology, Law & Society, UC Irvine Apr 24, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
Policy Challenges for Sustainable Transportation Daniel Sperling, Director of the Institute of Transportation Studies; Professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis May 01, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
The Crusades of Cesar Chavez Miriam Pawel, Author May 07, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
Ensuring High Schools Develop 21st Century Skills in all California Students Russ Rumberger, Professor, Gevirtz School of Education, UC Santa Barbara May 08, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
Weed Land: Inside America's Marijuana Epicenter and How Pot Went Legit Peter Hecht, Author May 15, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
What is Recycling Good For? The Case of American Paper Today Daniel Press, Executive Director of the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems and Professor of Environmental Studies, UC Santa Cruz May 22, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
Privacy in the Age of Social Media and Big Data Paul Dourish, Professor of Informatics and Co-Director of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing, UC Irvine May 29, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — 1130 K Street, Room LL3
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