Series Listing

  1. How food production is changing to sustain the global population.
  2. Anthropologists observe families to get to the bottom of clutter.
  3. Explore healthcare and medicine now and in the future.
  4. Learn more about bone health to improve care of geriatric patients.
  5. Explore the importance of physical and social activity as we age.
  6. The crosscurrents in America and the impact on policy.
  7. Autism - a deeper look at what we know as well as new research.
  8. Scholars and theologians explore religion in modern society.
  9. Broadening the ways in which we understand media.
  10. Exploring and explaining the origins of the human phenomenon.
  11. Explorations of the extraordinary variations of the human mind.
  12. Explore the evolutionary origins of human imagination.
  13. Impact of tool use on evolution and the mind.
  14. Evidence bearing on the emergence of our genus Homo.
  15. Explore why humans became hunters as well as gatherers.
  16. Human skin in an explicitly evolutionary framework.
  17. Exploring issues in higher education.
  18. Distinguished speakers explore the role of higher education.
  19. Nascent developments and the future of computing.
  20. Interviews with renowned men and women about their lives and work.
  21. The care of people with developmental disabilities.
  22. Annual endowed lecture related to field of law and society.
  23. Advancing medical education to meet the needs of future patients
  24. Presentations on ethics, religion and public life.
  25. Experts discuss ethical implications of new science and technology.
  26. Science lectures for middle and high school students.
  27. Exploring the frontiers of knowledge in science and technology.
  28. Advances in heart care.
  29. UCTV's most captivating thought leaders.
  30. Innovative research at UCSB.
  31. Current and valuable information to improve your health.
  32. Patients, families and researchers in the face of Alzheimer's Disease
  33. Lectures that advance humanitarian purposes and objectives.
  34. Prominent figures share their work related to the Jewish experience.
  35. When is less actually more in healthcare?
  36. U.S. immigration policy, its consequences and cultural implications.
  37. Exploring human evolution to understand human diseases.
  38. Interview series shot on location at the Goldman School at UC Berkeley
  39. Impact of early experience on adult brain structure and function.
  40. Candid conversations with distinguished industry leaders.
  41. Energy efficiency technologies, commercialization and policy.
  42. Events that bridge academia, officials, media and the public.
  43. Updates in integrative therapies from UCSF's Osher Center.
  44. Science fiction treasures from UC Riverside's Eaton Collection
  45. Engaging marine science lectures from Birch Aquarium at Scripps.
  46. Presenting ground-breaking, traditional and contemporary music.
  47. Cutting-edge research explained in everyday language.
  48. Annual lecture series on pediatric health issues.
  49. Health needs of LGBT population.
  50. A presentation of a wide range of topics that affect every cyclist.
  51. Series on future of Mexico
  52. Lectures unraveling the mystery surrounding developmental disorders.
  53. Learn about health and the health sciences directly from the experts.
  54. Performances and discussions from the Mondavi Center at UC Davis.
  55. In-depth information on pregnancy, childbirth, and baby's first year.
  56. Insights into Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders.
  57. Understanding public art using three major UC collections.
  58. Preventive medicine to minimize acute and chronic illnesses
  59. Science with one goal entertainment!
  60. Science and research at the University of California.
  61. Improving the lives of older adults.
  62. Guests explore the complex features of the contemporary world.
  63. Current science and future potential of this rapidly expanding field.
  64. Prestigious guest speakers on newsworthy topics.
  65. Explore the multifaceted aspects of pain management
  66. Searching for solutions to challenging health policy problems.
  67. Hands-on lessons in engineering, careers, and more.
  68. Approaches to using imaging technologies to understanding our health.
  69. Cecil Lytle and guests perform to benefit the Preuss School at UCSD.
  70. Public policy experts on important issues.
  71. Cutting-edge research occurring at The Scripps Research Institute.
  72. Explore cutting edge science with leading scientists.
  73. Engineering and the sciences at UCSB.
  74. Screenwriting and how the screenplay is translated into film.
  75. Musical performances from UCSB.
  76. Approaches, treatments, and how to avoid common injuries.
  77. Advances and challenges to prevent, diagnose and treat.
  78. The site-specific artwork of the Stuart Collection at UCSD.
  79. Coding, hyperdimensional computing, building robots and more.
  80. Real-world solutions for all Californians
  81. Explore the world of neuroscience and the secrets of the brain.
  82. Information and tools to help college graduates with their careers.
  83. Experts share the latest science-based information on nutrition.
  84. UCSF researchers on the causes of the global obesity epidemic.
  85. The value of adding Arts to STEM Education.
  86. Policy makers, policy critics, and innovative policy thinkers.
  87. Integrative and whole-systems healthcare.
  88. Advances in trauma care.
  89. Distinguished visitors to Berkeley speak on a wide range of topics.
  90. How UC research is transforming carbon and climate mitigation.
  91. Business leaders share their wisdom, insights and experience.
  92. Exploration of the protected sites in the UC Natural Reserve System.
  93. Annual program for intermediate to advanced level musicians.
  94. Special annual lecture given by distinguished scholars.
  95. A look at the factors that contribute to obesity.
  96. How physicians at UCSF function as detectives.
  97. Treatment of transplant patients for health care professionals.
  98. Vascular diseases and their treatment.
  99. Healthy food systems, healthy environments, and healthy communities.
  100. UCSB faculty and guests talk about issues and their impact.
  101. Gynecologic cancer prevention, diagnosis and management.
  102. Conversations, readings and more with visiting writers.
  103. Conversations with best-selling authors.
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