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The candidate also must have excellent communication skills and must be able to write evaluation plans, scholarly articles for publication, policy briefs, and grant applications. The Diversity Scholarships honor the profession's commitment to justice and diversity and provide support for students of color and others committed to work with diverse populations. UC President Janet Napolitano visited UC Santa Cruz this week and stopped in on Dickens Universe, UCSC Farm, games and robotics programs, Youth Empowerment Institute, and COSMOS sessions.

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