Feature Articles

Public Safety to Ships at Sea – FCC Licenses Help Run the University

The Flipping ship next to a regular ship

By Alexa Rivetti.  When one thinks of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the first thing that comes to mind may be the net neutrality debate. While an incredibly important issue, there are at least 250 other reasons for UC staff…
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Could You Hack a Pacemaker? – Lessons from the 5th Cyber Security Summit

Alex Bustamante and Dr. Klonoff

By Yvonne Tevis and Alexa Rivetti.

The fifth biannual UC Cyber Security Summit was held in a hay barn.

At UC Santa Cruz, nearly 130 University of California personnel gathered in the lovely restored Cowell Ranch Hay Barn on…
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Videoconferencing to Virtual Cadavers: Classroom Innovation at UCSF

By Alison Spencer. Transforming anatomy classes. Developing curriculum management systems. These are just two examples of how the Technology Enhanced Education (TEE) team at UC San Francisco serves as a partner in medical education. “Our mission is to enhance medical…
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