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Associated Students / News

A.S. Finance Board Deliberates Campus Organization Funding

Yesterday, Finance Board met and discussed potential funding for 22 clubs and organizations looking to receive financial assistance from UCSB Associated Students. Organizations which requested funding at the meeting include the Entrepreneurs Association, the Pilipino Club, College Republicans and UCSB UNITE— a statewide effort to address campus climate issues — […]

Science & Tech

UCSB Recieves National Science Foundation Funding For Research

Two UCSB research teams have received multimillion dollar long-term research grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund their studies of kelp forests and coral reefs along the Santa Barbara coast. The Santa Barbara Coastal Long Term Ecological Research (SBC LTER) and the Moorea Coral Reef Long Term Ecological […]

Associated Students / News / UC Regents

UC Student Regent Jonathan Stein Discusses University Funding, Proposition 30 with UCSB

Last Friday, UCSB Associated Students hosted a “meet and greet” event with Student Regent Jonathan Stein in the Loma Pelona Center to give students the opportunity to ask ques- tions and discuss the university’s budgetary issues. The event featured a presentation by Stein addressing the implications of Proposition 30 and […]

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UCSB Hosts 40th Title IX Anniversary, Honoring Equality

In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the passage of Title IX — a law that prevents anyone’s exclusion from college educational and athletic programs on the basis of their gender and mandates equal amounts of school funding be given for women’s and men’s collegiate athletics — UCSB will host […]

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Funding From Local Residents Keeps Art Community Thriving

According to a study by the national organization Americans for the Arts, Santa Barbara is a top economic player in the arts realm with local arts programs and audiences spending $46 million more than similar programs in comparable cities nationwide. The study examined contributions to artistic and cultural nonprofit groups […]