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  • Employers attending the UC Santa Barbara Spring Career Fair explain why they enjoy coming to our campus every year. A hint: It has something do with the quality of UCSB students.

  • On Saturday, April 12, thousands of visitors flocked to Goleta for UC Santa Barbara's annual Spring Insight open house.

  • John Martinis

    John Martinis, a professor in UC Santa Barbara’s Department of Physics, has received the 2014 Fritz London Memorial Prize. He shares the honor with Michel Devoret and Robert Schoelkopf of Yale University.

  • UC Santa Barbara's College of Creative Studies invites California high school students to enter the UCSB Undergraduate Fellowship and Prize Competition.

  • Just in time for Valentine's Day, we present a video featuring students, faculty and staff telling us why they love UC Santa Barbara. And make sure you watch to the end, for a few surprises. Video by Spencer Bruttig

  • Two UC Santa Barbara doctoral students have been selected to receive the first annual Fiona Goodchild Award for Excellence as a Graduate Student Mentor of Undergraduate Research.

  • Rockfish populations off the Southern and Central California coast have severely declined in recent years, according to marine biologists from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

  • Robin Cormack

    For the 2014 Argyropoulos Lecture in Hellenic Studies, classicist and Byzantine art historian Robin Cormack will examine the work of Praxiteles, a Greek painter and sculptor of the 4th-century BC, alongside that of Angelos Akotantos, a

    • photo of CCBER Nature Saturdays attendees

    The Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration's first Nature Saturdays nature walk was a success

  • A Day in the Life of UCSB

    In late October, a team of photographers and videographer Spencer Bruttig traversed the UC Santa Barbara campus to capture a slice of life, from sunrise to sunset. We think you'll enjoy their presentation.