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University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
20 hours
  • Take a closer look at MCDB 194MR! In Introduction to Microscopy for the Bio-sciences, students are introduced to light microscopy techniques and principles. Students also gain hands-on experience with transmitted light and fluorescence imaging as well as exposure to high-end imaging instruments.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
23 hours
  • Happy Presidents' Day! Did you know UC Santa Barbara's American Presidency Project website hosts more than 125,000 searchable presidential documents, from today back to George Washington? On this day in 1963, John F. Kennedy awarded the first National Medal of Science to Theodore von Kármán. (In 2016, UCSB's own Arthur Gossard received the similar National Medal of Technology and Innovation from Barack Obama!) http://ow.ly/jn0R50lDZ6B

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 day
  • In an exhibition hosted by the UCSB MultiCultural Center through February 28, writings and photographs show the tireless role that Frederick Douglass' family played in his abolition efforts. An opening reception will take place Tuesday, Feb. 19.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 day
  • It's National Random Acts of Kindness Day, so we asked UC Santa Barbara students to share the kindness they've witnessed on campus. The overwhelming response: #GauchosAreKind! What random acts of kindness have you seen at UCSB? #RandomActsofKindnessDay

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
2 days
  • New research out of UC Santa Barbara engineering professor John Bowers' group has major implications for the future of data centers, telecommunications companies and network hardware products. Their recently developed high-performance, silicon-based quantum dot laser leaps an estimated full decade ahead from today’s best commercial standard for data transmission.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
2 days
  • “I believe it’s important that young people have opportunities to explore and develop their talents and interests so they make choices that lead to happy, rewarding lives,” said Elisabeth Gwinn, UC Santa Barbara physics professor. This weekend, Gwinn will be awarded the 2019 Lifetime Mentor Award by AAAS - The American Association for the Advancement of Science.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
3 days
  • For a certain subset of people, nothing is enough to put the brakes on their drinking. UC Santa Barbara neuroscientist Karen Szumlinski and her team have uncovered a mechanism that helps sense alcohol’s negative effects and modulates the urge to drink. The research shows that when it doesn’t function properly, we lose the ability to perceive when we’ve had enough.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
3 days
  • It has just been established that coral and seaweed can persist in tropical reefs under the exact same conditions. This research from UC Santa Barbara could have broad implications for ecology and conservation worldwide.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
4 days
  • The UCSB Library and the UCSB Department of Music have partnered to deliver a rare operetta celebrating female empowerment. This weekend at the Lobero Theatre, students from UC Santa Barbara's award-winning Opera Theatre program will perform a comedy portraying the conflicted emotions of independent-minded women navigating a male-dominated world.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
4 days
  • She said yes, of course! Brandon James '12 and Aisha Browne '13 are planning a wedding. Did you find love at UC Santa Barbara? Share your stories and photos below. ❤️ #ValentinesDay #GauchoLove

    Learn more about Brandon and Aisha's story in this UCSB Alumni Spotlight: http://ow.ly/c1rk50lkzg3

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
5 days
  • Gauchos are giving back across the globe! The Second Annual Alumni Day of Service is next Saturday, Feb. 23. Register to participate individually or choose from a list of regional volunteer projects: http://ow.ly/w9bi50lm7ti

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
5 days
  • Maybe you got your grandmother’s eyes, or perhaps your father’s nose. For one family, a genetic mutation for early-onset Alzheimer’s disease has been handed down for generations. Now UC Santa Barbara neuroscientist Kenneth S. Kosik and his colleagues are researching yet another family with a different genetic mutation for the disease.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
6 days
  • A generous gift of $1.1 million from UC Santa Barbara alumni Louise A. Pahl ’77 and Stephen D. Pahl ’77 will fund interdisciplinary research and teaching on major social issues like mental health, school safety, housing and homelessness, and immigration.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
6 days
  • Love can make us do counterintuitive things, such as placing the wellbeing of our loved ones above our own. This has perplexed scientists for centuries. A new study out of UC Santa Barbara explores how genetics and brain activity correlate with behaviors toward romantic partners.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • In November, the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history to date, the Camp Fire, took place. In ENV S 193FE: Fire and Ecosystems, students investigate the influence and management of fire in the western United States with special emphasis on California ecosystems. They also discuss how historic fire regimes and human management of fire are changing.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • UC Santa Barbara researchers and their collaborators have created a new method for making a quiet laser with higher levels of coherence and a narrower line width at the photopic-chip scale. For its significance, this research landed the cover of the January 2019 issue of Nature Photonics.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • Birmingham, Alabama. Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. September 15, 1963. The horrific event that killed and injured many is central to the play “The Watsons Go to Birmingham — 1963,” which explores the effects of trauma and the healing power of family. The play will preview Feb. 14-24 at UC Santa Barbara. #BlackHistoryMonth

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • An immense number of oil rigs around the world are claimed by the ocean and transformed into vertical reefs home to millions of organisms. Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have published a study of the history, ecology, and pragmatics of rigs-to-reefs efforts in a paper the first of its kind.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • These Gauchos are hitting the big screen! Four short documentaries — all produced by students in UC Santa Barbara’s Film and Media Studies Department — are featured in the 2019 Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which continues through Feb. 9.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • How does one attract mates in a sea full of other organisms? With mesmerizing adaptations, of course! The bioluminescent courtship displays of the ostracod crustacean caught the attention of UC Santa Barbara researchers in their new paper.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • We have a problem larger than 8 million metric tons: plastic. 91% of the world’s plastics never gets reused. However, UC Santa Barbara chemical engineer Susannah Scott and her peers are working together to find a solution.

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • How do we learn to work with intelligent machines? In a new TED Talk, Matt Beane, an assistant professor in the UCSB Technology Management Program, explores how current deployment of artificial intelligence can be shifted to better impact on-the-job learning.

    Learn more on The Current: http://bit.ly/2TyfTyp

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
1 week
  • Calling all students! Applications to serve as the sole voting student on the governing board of the University of California are now open. All tuition and fees will be waived during your two years of representing 10 campuses and over 270,000 students. An information session will be held on campus Friday, Feb. 8. More info at: http://ow.ly/4huZ30nAM9r

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
2 weeks
  • Awareness, empathy and compassion for our differences: The Center for Black Studies Research hopes to share these lessons through a free, public screening of the 10-part documentary series "America to Me," beginning Wednesday, Feb. 6 at the UCSB MultiCultural Center. The series by filmmaker Steve James examines racial, economic and class issues in one of the country's most high-performing and diverse public schools. #BlackHistoryMonth

University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
2 weeks
  • What do they want? When do they want it? In SOC 134A: Activism, students explore the phenomenon and experience of activism in defense of the planet and humanity — the effort by ordinary people to make deep social change in the direction of more participatory democracy and less violence and poverty — both in the United States and on a global level.

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