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  • Demographer Shelly Lundberg chronicles how marriage has morphed into a means of supporting investments in children

  • UCSB talk by renowned dance historian and critic Lynn Garafola will focus on Ballets Russes choreographer Bronislava Nijinska

  • Edward John Kramer, professor of chemical engineering and of materials at UCSB, died on Dec. 27.

  • UCSB researcher finds that female entrepreneurs suffered bias in financing during Great Recession

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    UCSB Library acquires major Chicano/Latino graphic art collection from San Francisco’s Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

    • Sampling at Refugio

    UCSB researchers get the chance of a lifetime to study the effects of the Refugio oil spill over the coming year

  • Graduate student Stacy Copp wins MRS awards for her Ph.D. work and for her teaching and mentoring of undergraduates

  • Encyclopedia of Stage Actors

    New encyclopedia of stage actors by UCSB theater scholar Simon Williams spans 2,000 years and many diverse countries and cultures

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    New English course examines climate change debate by analyzing popular narratives on all sides of the argument.

  • Aída Hurtado is recognized by the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies

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