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FEATURED THIS MONTH
UCTV Prime: Our Digital Life
With the conclusion of the popular “The Skinny on Obesity” series, our YouTube original channel UCTV Prime turns its attention to the role digital technology plays in helping us understand ourselves with the 3-part series “Our Digital Life,” premiering June 15. Discover how researchers at UC Merced are using cutting-edge digital tools across disciplines and centuries to help us understand the world we live in and how we operate within it.
You’ll also want to check out “UCTV Prime: Cuts” Tuesdays in June, when we’ll be featuring meaningful excerpts from the Dalai Lama’s recent visit to San Diego.
“Subtext,”New Interview Series from UCLA
Tune in this month for the premiere of “Subtext,” a new series featuring interviews with UCLA faculty authors about their latest books.
David Hayes Bautista, the History of Cinco de Mayo
Timothy Taylor, “Sounds of Capitalism”
Michael Ross, “The Oil Curse”
UCTV Regards Religion
From science to scripture, UCTV’s video collection will inspire endless ideas and discussion, no matter what your beliefs.
Regarding Religion on UCTV
A few highlights:
Burke Lecture: Interpreting Islam in Modern Context with Tariq Ramadan
Virtue, Deed and Word – Confucian Paths to Immortality
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS (PACIFIC TIMES)
All programs repeat throughout the month. Visit the Program Schedule on our web site for additional air dates and times.
Health & Medicine
Health Matters: New Melanoma Screening Method
Why We are Always Learning to Move: The Science and Engineering of Adaptive Brains
Research on Aging: Sleep Disorders in Older Adults
The Genetics of Organ Development: A Blueprint for Regenerative Medicine
Anxiety: Sport Suspension on Life’s Bumpy Road
Applying Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to Treatment: The Practicing Alternatives to Heal Depression Study
Health Effects of Climate Change at the Human-Animal-Interface
CARTA: Culture-Gene Interactions in Human Origins
To Be Human: What Makes The Human Brain Human? with Terrence Sejnowski
Perspectives on Ocean Science: From the Titanic to the Tiny
Transistors and Integrated Circuits, from DC to the (far) Infrared (Doluca Family Endowed Chair Lecture)
How Many People Can the Earth Support?
Philosophy and Activism with Peter Singer (Conversations with History)
Pakistan on the Brink with Ahmed Rashid, (Conversations with History)
China Airborne: Aviation and the Future of China with James Fallows and Peter Cowhey
Henrietta Lacks and Human Subject Research: A Look at Past, Present, and Future
The Global Impact of Climate Change: Balance Through Responsibility, Compassion and Human Consciousness with the Dalai Lama
Story Hour in the Library: Isabel Allende
Lunch Poems: Richard Berengarten
Death and the Ancient Philosophers
Arts & Music
The Perspectives Showcase
Reinventing Fire: Bold Business Solutions for the New Energy Era
New Online Videos and Podcasts
Motivation to Pursue Dreams and Hopes: Understanding the Brain’s Reward System
The Skinny on Obesity (Extra): Diet and Lifestyle Tips from UCSF Experts
more videos and podcasts >>