2012 UCSC Hellman Fellows Program Award Recipients
Established at UCSC in 2011, the purpose of the Hellman Fellows Program is to support substantially the research of promising assistant professors who show capacity for great distinction in their research.
In 2012, seven (7) faculty received awards. It is with great pride that we announce this year's recipients.
||Title of Project
||Genomic research: benefits and drawbacks
||Applied Mathematics & Statistics
||Motion Capturing System for Real-Time Control of Indoor Robots
||Earth & Planetary Sciences
||Lunar Impactors: A Low Cost Robotic Mission to Study Lunar Magnetism and Surface Water
||Assessing the potential importance of the California moray in structuring kelp forest communities around Catalina Island
||Film & Digital Media
||Lessons for Imminent Motherhood
||Latin American & Latino Studies
||Rights in Theory, Rights in Practice: Unpacking the Individual and Institutional Elements of Enforcing Worker Rights
||Law in Conflict: Legal Activism and the Rule of Law in War-afflicted Regions
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