Gender gap in STEM UC Santa Barbara

The STEM gender gap is not where you think

A UC Santa Barbara professor seeks to explain why certain countries are more likely to see women in STEM than others.

Successful anti-bullying program identified by UCLA

Study shows Finnish model focused on bystanders is very effective.

Gradescope startup

Gradescope: taking the pain out of grading

A startup founded at UC Berkeley that helps teachers streamline the evaluation process is being used at over 120 schools.

Goodbye jobs, hello ‘gigs': Nunberg’s Word of the Year

The word that's re-emerged with the decline of the traditional American job.

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UC tests ways to support year-round study

By making summer session more affordable, three UC campuses aim to help students take greater advantage of the academic off-season.

Naja Barker and classmates

UC leaders head back to high school

UC leaders will deliver a college-going message to high school students around the state, as part of the annual Achieve UC effort.

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David Geffen donates $100M to launch school for grades 6-12

Geffen Academy at UCLA will serve as model for contemporary education, provide students access to campus learning opportunities and facilities.

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UC offers community college students a clear path to transfer

Effort gives students a course to follow to be well-positioned for admission to a UC campus.

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Unequal schools: the perpetuation of poverty

A researcher's own experience with learning disabilities led to devoting his research and writing to identifying inequalities in education and community-organizing for school reform.

Eloy Ortiz Oakley and Tom Torlakson

UC regent: Transfer pipeline is key to harnessing human potential

A chat with Eloy Ortiz Oakley touches on how UC can work with community colleges to better serve transfer students and meet future workforce needs.

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