UCTV Schedule & Live Stream

Monday February 26, 2024

Now Playing (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM):
Autism at Work
How can employers and universities better support individuals with autism? A panel of experts including parents, employers, and researchers discusses the support programs that currently exist and what needs to change to make sure neurodiverse people are successful in the world of work and in post-secondary education.
Primetime Tonight (Pacific)
10:00 PM


Schedule for 2/26/2024
12:00 AM The Science of Economic Opportunity: New Insights from Big Data with Raj Chetty
1:30 AM A Conversation with Ezra Klein about Liberalism
3:00 AM CWC Global: Whale Rider
4:00 AM A Conversation with Maria Hinojosa - Writer's Symposium by the Sea 2023
5:30 AM CARTA: Human Origins and Humanity’s Future: Past, Present and Future of the Anthropocene on How Humans Evolved the Capacity to Change the Entire Planet with Leslie Aiello
6:00 AM Cross Winds - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus
8:00 AM Proposition 28: Painting the Future of Arts Education
9:00 AM The Fork in the Road: Adolescence, Education, Economic Fatalism, and Populism with Caroline Hoxby
11:00 AM Journalist Jean Guerrero on Politics and Immigration
12:00 PM Eye-Tracking: The Future of Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Treatment Planning in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with Karen Pierce - Autism Tree Project Foundation Global Neurodiversity Conference 2023
1:00 PM Can a New Chemical Industry Help the Environment?
1:30 PM A Closer Look at...Spinal Cord Injury
3:00 PM Application of 3D Bioprinting & Biomaterial Technology for Translational Regenerative Medicine with Jin-Hyung Shim - Breaking News in Stem Cells
4:00 PM The Diary of a Teenage Girl: Script to Screen
5:00 PM High Hopes: Hemp - Navigating the Crossroads - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation
7:00 PM Autism at Work
8:00 PM High Hopes: Hemp - Navigating the Crossroads - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation
10:00 PM Autism at Work
11:00 PM Big Screen: TÁR
 
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