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    • 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

  • A very special holiday tradition brings together members of the Santa Barbara community with UCSB’s Guardian Scholars

  • Video highlights of the news conference held Oct. 7 at UC Santa Barbara to celebrate Shuji Nakamura's 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • UCSB history and Black Studies scholars discuss the historical accuracy — and importance — of the Oscar-nominated film ‘Selma.'

  • UCSB Professor Shuji Nakamura wins Nobel Prize in Physics

    The 2014 Nobel laureate is recognized for his development of the bright blue LED

    • Laura Romo

    UCSB and UC representatives head to Santa Paula High School to encourage students to pursue a university education

  • From the Thunderdome to the Faculty Club Green, watch as more than 5,700 graduates celebrate their graduation on Commencement weekend.

  • Thousands of students and their families took the next big step in their lives as Move-In Weekend brought new and returning students to the UCSB campus.

  • U.S. News & World Report has once again included UC Santa Barbara in its annual listing of the “Top 30 Public National Universities”