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UCSC Hosts 3rd Annual Hackathon January 29-31

By Tim Stephens UC Santa Cruz December 2, 2015 — Santa Cruz, CA More than $80,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded to the top teams Over 500 student..

December 2, 2015

HACK UCSC Organizers Call for Volunteers

(Contributed) October 21, 2015 — Santa Cruz, CA Hack UCSC is the #1 hackathon in the Santa Cruz/Monterey Bay Area. Our upcoming event is on January..

October 21, 2015

Hacking Out the Solution

By Paige Welsh Contributor, Santa Cruz Tech Beat January 13, 2015 — Santa Cruz, CA (Above photo: Nicholas Mata, of team SlugBus, shows off his $3000..

January 12, 2015

Who Won What for What

By Paige Welsh Contributor, Santa Cruz Tech Beat January 13, 2015 — Santa Cruz, CA [Editor’s note: This is first in a series of two features by..

January 12, 2015

HuffPo: A Clash of Codes at Hack UCSC 2015

By Dieter Holger HuffPost Campus Editor-At-Large (Photo credit: Dieter Holger) The staffers at the registration desk of HACK UCSC 2015 looked frantic. A line..

January 12, 2015

Hack UCSC 2015 gears up for January event, $10K in prizes

by Doug Erickson and Janneke Lang Hack UCSC 2015 Hack UCSC 2015 January 9-11, 2015 UCSC’s Crown Merrill Cultural Center Open to students from UCSC, CSUMB,..

October 30, 2014

An accumulation of positivity – a student reflects on HACK UCSC weekend

by Alexander Rowe UCSC Student Last minute team On Wednesday, I saw a flyer for Hack UCSC. On Thursday, I signed up 15 minutes before registration closed. On..

April 10, 2014

Announcing HACK UCSC 2014 with $10K prize funded by community

by Doug Erickson Founder of Santa Cruz New Tech Meetup Updated March 31, 2014: For late breaking additional information and schedule, see: SC New Tech Meetup..

March 24, 2014

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UC Santa Cruz​ has received a new grant to support students in Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics! #ucscengineering #thinkBSOE

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $950,000 grant to support the Next Generation Scholars in Applied Mathematics (Next Gen SAM) program. Led by Pascale Garaud (Applied Mathematics, Baskin School of Engineering), Rebecca Covarrubias (Psychology), Pablo Reguerin (Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Achievement, Equity and Innovation) and Carmen Robinson (Baskin School of Engineering Director of Undergraduate Affairs), Next Gen SAM will provide students interested in completing a MS degree in Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics with several important resources. This includes financial support in the form of scholarships, personalized academic mentoring and counseling, peer support, and career advising.
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