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  • Predicting Droughts and Preventing Famine
    Predicting Droughts and Preventing Famine

    The UCSB/USGS Climate Hazards Group uses climate-tracking tools to predict drought and help mitigate its effects

  • Blue whale near a cargo ship

    Benioff Ocean Initiative announces first project, commits $1.5 million to finding solutions to whale deaths caused by vessel collisions

Featured Events

The author of bestselling tour de force "The Underground Railroad” discusses his book.
7:30 pmApril 5
The noted architect appears as part of AD&AM's Architecture and Design Lecture Series.
5:30 pmApril 6
The acclaimed company performs hula mua, joined by the band Masters of Hawaiian Music.
7:00 pmApril 9
Illustrations of Rosario, Mexico, the town seen in UCSB Reads selection "Into the Beautiful North."
9:00 amFebruary 1 to June 30

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UCSB mathematician (and pie lover) Katy Craig explains the mathematical constant
UCSB mathematician (and pie lover) Katy Craig explains the mathematical constant