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University of California, Santa Cruz Silicon Valley Initiatives

UCSC Silicon Valley Initiatives
Established TBD
Type Public
Location Silicon Valley, CA, USA
Campus Urban
Vice Provost Carl E. Walsh[1][2]
Website svi.ucsc.edu

UCSC Silicon Valley Initiatives comprise a set of educational and research activities which together increase the presence of the University of California in Silicon Valley. To that end, UC Santa Cruz has set up a satellite campus at its Silicon Valley Center, currently located at the NASA Ames Research Park at Moffett Federal Airfield.[3] The Initiatives, still in the early stages of their development, have had ambitious hopes attached to them by UCSC, among them the possibility of a home for the University's long-planned graduate school of management and the Bio|Info|Nano R&D Institute.[4][5]

See also

External links

  • UC Santa Cruz
  • Silicon Valley Initiatives web site

SVI Initiatives:

  • Advanced Studies Laboratories
  • Bio | Info | Nano R&D Institute

References

  1. ^ UC Santa Cruz Press Release: Distinguished economist appointed as interim leader for University of California, Santa Cruz, Extension
  2. ^ UCSC: Silicon Valley Initiatives - Selected Biographies
  3. ^ UCSC: Silicon Valley Initiatives
  4. ^ Santa Cruz Sentinel: New UCSC business school considered for Silicon Valley
  5. ^ Santa Cruz Sentinel: UC Santa Cruz takes off in Silicon Valley

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