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  • Daniel Hieber wins UCSB's 3rd annual Grad Slam.

    Daniel Hieber's three-minute talk about the once-extinct language of Chitimacha made him the winner of UCSB’s third Grad Slam competition

  • Music takes center stage with UCSB Amplified, a new performance series featuring UC Santa Barbara students, faculty, staff and even alumni.

    • shot of gear used in Jordan

    Two computer science doctoral students head to Jordan to assess the technology needs of families displaced by the Syrian war

  • UCSB's Physics Circus at Monte Vista Elementary School in Santa Barbara

    A portable “lab” with a host of action-packed demonstration experiments brings physics to life for budding young scientists

  • UCSB students

    UCSB is officially recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities

    • Antonio Cárdenas speaks at UCSB's Education, Leadership, and Careers Conference

    Conference helps students understand how education, leadership and careers are intertwined

    • Red Yao, Vietnam

    A group of four varied exhibitions have opened at UC Santa Barbara’s Art, Design & Architecture Museum, each centered on a different place in the world, a different time period, and a very different me

    • UCSB Professor Shuji Nakamura wins 2014 Nobel Prize

    The prize recognizes Nakamura for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes

    • Sara Engebrits

    UC Santa Barbara will have a fine dining venue on campus when the former Faculty Club, rebranded as The Club at UC Santa Barbara, opens in the University Center next week

  • UCSB economist Peter Rupert

    Infusion of $5 million in gift funds a major boon to Department of Economics