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U.S. Officials Assess 2012 Obama Budget

White House officials held a conference call yesterday to discuss the potential effects of President Barack Obama’s proposed 2012 budget on the education sector.
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Institute Endows UCSB Scholar for Star Research

Physics professor Lars Bildsten has been honored with a position as endowed chair in the theoretical astrophysics program.
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Green Initiative Seeks to Turn Sweat Into Campus Electricity

Next week, five energy converting workout bikes, knows as visCycles, will be installed in UCSB’s Recreational Center.
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Alumnus Sees World Cup Action

Former Gaucho Tony Lochhead made UCSB history this past month as the first alumnus to compete in the FIFA World Cup.
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Center Aids Afflicted Students

UCSB’s Center for Asperger Research was recently awarded a $250,000 grant by the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation to help fund research in the field of autism.
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Grant Allows Biology Department to Fund New Research and Programs

UCSB’s Biology Dept. recently received a $1 million grant to fund innovative undergraduate research.
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Current Issues Charge Symposium on Power

Energy experts assembled this morning for the second annual Santa Barbara Summit on Energy Efficiency to discuss the latest developments in energy efficiency technologies, policies and implementation.
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Student Groups Hold Week in Honor of Middle East Cultures

Middle Eastern Cultural Awareness Week kicked off at UCSB yesterday to celebrate the Middle East’s unique cultures through festivities that include everything from Arabic lessons to belly dancing pe...
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Alum Gets the Prices Right

Earlier this month, UCSB alumni Alfred Konuwa competed on the Super Bowl XLIV episode of "The Price is Right," making it all the way to the Showcase Showdown.
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