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grants

  • Jack Johnson planting at UCSB

    UCSB Sustainability’s The Green Initiative Fund supports campus environmental projects

  • Published with colleague in France, UCSB literature scholar Cynthia Brown's new book a ‘tribute to cross-disciplinary collaboration’

  • Megan Jones and Madison Frame

    Philanthropically focused student group UCSB First dispenses $4,250 in grants during 2016 Philanthropy Awards Dinner

  • Biologist Thomas Weimbs, prominent scientist in kidney disease research, awarded $600K to further his work on the condition

  • With $3.5M grant from the National Institutes of Health, UCSB’s Jamey Marth will advance his work on sepsis

  • UCSB Library hydration stations

    More than $184,000 is granted to 14 planned projects meant to bolster sustainability and greening efforts across campus

  • Irene Chen, an assistant professor in UC Santa Barbara’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been selected as a 2014 Searle Scholar. She is the third UCSB recipient in the award’s 33-year history.

  • One of the world's leading experts on polycystic kidney disease has been appointed as a member of the Center for Scientific Review’s Kidney Molecular Biology and Genitourinary Organ Development (KMBD) study section. The Center for Scientific...

  • Irene Chen, who came to UC Santa Barbara at the beginning of the year, recently received a five-year grant to from a new Simons Foundation program whose goal is to advance understanding of the processes that led to the emergence of life.

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