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  • Berkshire Hathaway’s Charlie Munger makes a $65 million gift — the largest donation in campus history — to UC Santa Barbara

  • Klein's j-function

    The unsung artistry of mathematics may finally get its due, thanks to the pursuit's growing influence across disciplines, and industries.

  • Thanks to a new gift from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, “hybrid” researchers in the Media Arts and Technology grad program are using math as a bridge between traditionally divergent disciplines. And they’re doing it in UCSB’s immersive lab,...

  • UC Santa Barbara professors John Nathan and David W. Lea have been named recipients of prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced Monday.

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