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Graduate Division

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    UC Santa Barbara hosts an annual conference to help grad students and postdocs navigate the job market outside of academia

  • Graduate Division series aims to promote campus conversations around diversity

  • UCSB joins a national project to study career pathways for Ph.D. students

  • UCSB Graduate Division program crosses disciplines for deeper, more nuanced scholarship

  • Grad Slam 2016 winners

    Grad Slam top honors go to UCSB biomolecular science and engineering graduate student Nicole Leung

  • Faculty and staff members and administrators weigh in on the significance of the day

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

  • Grad Slam 2015

    It’s a TED talk on steroids. The Grad Slam, UC Santa Barbara Graduate Division’s national award-winning three-minute talk competition for graduate students, will be marking its third year April 6-17.

  • Carly Thomsen will receive her doctoral degree at the Graduate Division commencement ceremony on June 15

  • 2104 Grad Slam winners

    James G. Allen, whose research uses satellite imaging to model ocean ecosystems, came away with the top prize of $2,500, competing against nine other graduate students in the finals

  • Annual feature highlights leading graduate and professional programs at American universities

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