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The UCSB Department of Academic Initiatives, a new department within the Division of Student Affairs, is dedicated to connecting students and faculty outside the lecture hall.
Assistant professor of geology Timothy DeVries will study Earth’s ‘biological pump’ and its effects on climate changes
UCSB’s student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Photonics Society won the 2016 “Chapter of the Year” award.
Kenneth Kosik, professor of neuroscience at UCSB, has been running drug trials with Colombian families who are genetically predisposed to Alzheimer’s disease
Members of the California Select Committee on STEM Education spoke out against barriers to computer science education in California’s schools at a meeting of the state Assembly on Thursday.
Santa Barbara City Council declined to revise a study on the feasibility of alternatives for the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Plant at a council meeting on March 22.
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In 2008, National Geographic paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim was on an African expedition when he and his team found “the lost giant” of the Sahara—the Spinosaurus—he told UCSB students Sunday.
Johns Hopkins University Medical Center announced the first successful HIV-positive organ donation on Wednesday, made possible by the HIV Organ Policy Equity (H.O.P.E.) Act, sponsored by Santa Barbara...