Research Frontiers Evening

Research Frontiers Evening is an interdisciplinary event held by the UC Santa Cruz Division of Social Sciences to bring together faculty, students, and community members to present and learn about how social sciences research is engaging key issues of the 21st century. This years speakers included Katharyne Mitchell, Craig Haney, Phil L. Hammack, Jenny Reardon and Veronica Terriquez. Talks included a vision for the future; diversity in gender and sexual identity; youth organizing and developmental roots of political activism; genomics and justice; and positivism in the age of alternative facts.

Photos by Pam Dewey.

  • PhD candidate Saugher Nojan
  • PhD candidate Saugher Nojan
  • PhD candidate Saugher Nojan
  • PhD candidate Anna Nisi
  • PhD candidate Anna Nisi
  • PhD candidate Bryan Pratt
  • Students working the registration table
  • Doug Niven and Dean Kathryne Mitchell
  • Refreshments
  • Reception
  • Refreshments
  • Phil Hammack and Dean Kathryne Mitchell
  • Attendees
  • Attendees
  • Attendees
  • Attendees
  • Speakers of the evening: Dean Kathryne Mitchell, Craig Haney, Veronica Terriquez, Phil Hammack, and Jenny Reardon
  • Dean Kathryne Mitchell
  • Audience
  • Dean Kathryne Mitchell
  • Phil Hammack
  • Phil Hammack
  • Jenny Reardon
  • Jenny Reardon
  • Veronica Terriquez
  • Veronica Terriquez
  • Veronica Terriquez
  • Craig Haney
  • Craig Haney
  • Craig Haney
  • Dean Kathryne Mitchell
  • Attendees
  • Attendees
  • Discussion break
  • Poster session
  • Poster session
  • Event staff
  • Craig Haney, Lisa Rogoff, and Cynthia Lewis
  • Gwynn Benner and Andrea Cohen
  • Students