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    Connect with a Click: Effective Virtual Networking

    Connect with a Click: Effective Virtual Networking

    When it comes to moving into a career you love, cultivating relationships is critical. In today’s world of work, it’s easier than ever to make new professional connections with a simple click of a button. Hear from experts as they share why the word “networking” makes most people cringe and how to move beyond your fears, discover what the hidden job market is and how to tap into it, effectively plan and prepare for informational interviews, and much more. Series: "Career Channel" [Business] [Show ID: 38424]

    • 47 min
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    The Art of Change: Michael Chemers

    The Art of Change: Michael Chemers

    In this episode, Michael Chemers, Chair of the Department of Performance, Play & Design, and Theater Arts professor at UC Santa Cruz, discusses his wide ranging plans for the newly formed Department of Performance, Play and Design and how it is incorporating DEI issues and concerns. Series: "The Art of Change" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38223]

    • 19 min
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    The Art of Change: Rick Prelinger

    The Art of Change: Rick Prelinger

    Rick Prelinger, Professor of Film and Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz, is a world-renowned archivist, writer, filmmaker, and founder of the Pray-linger Archives and the Pray-linger Library in San Francisco. He’s also been a pioneer in making archives accessible to the public. In this episode, Prelinger talks about his work and how it has been influenced by diversity, equity, and inclusion issues. Series: "The Art of Change" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38123]

    • 22 min
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    The Art of Change: Don Williams

    The Art of Change: Don Williams

    UC Santa Cruz drama lecturer Don Williams talks about how he founded, in 1991, UCSC's African American Theater Arts Troupe, or "AATAT" as it’s often called. The theater group has had a profound and lasting effect on countless numbers of African American students throughout the years. His students have a deep appreciation and love for his willingness to address head on not only what it means to be Black on the UCSC campus, but also the importance of exposing African American students, and all students, to the Black experience through plays written by Black playwrights. Series: "The Art of Change" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38077]

    • 23 min
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    The Art of Change: Sharon Daniel

    The Art of Change: Sharon Daniel

    Professor Sharon Daniel talks about a remarkable undergraduate class called Making an Exoneree that she currently teaches with Georgetown University. This unusual class consists of a group of highly motivated undergraduate students who reinvestigate likely wrongful conviction cases, produce short documentaries that suggest innocence, and create social media campaigns calling for exonerations. Series: "The Art of Change" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38078]

    • 20 min
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    The Art of Change: Isabel Dees

    The Art of Change: Isabel Dees

    This episode features Isabel Dees, who was the associate vice chancellor for the Equity and Equal Protection Office at UC Santa Cruz. She recently was hired to serve as deputy Title IX director at UC Office of the President. Originally from the Los Angeles area, Dees has lived and worked in Santa Cruz since 1998. She is the daughter of Mexican immigrants and the first in her family to attend university. She completed her B.A. in Politics at UC Santa Cruz and then received her law degree from Monterey College of Law. She is an educational rights advocate with over 10 years’ experience working on compliance in higher education. Series: "The Art of Change" [Humanities] [Show ID: 37985]

    • 26 min

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