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STEM

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

  • Video highlights from The Curie-osity Project at UCSB
    Video highlights from The Curie-osity Project at UCSB

    The Gevirtz School teams with Girls Inc. to help 4th – 6th graders find their inner Madame Curie

  • Female high school students get a peek at studying science, technology, engineering and math in college

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    MESA Day encourages junior high and high school students to pursue education in science and technology

  • Photonics student Claire McLellan in a bunny suit

    Hoping to inspire girls to pursue science, Photonics Society UCSB holds weeklong outreach event

  • Steve Hinkley and JoAnn Kuchera-Morin

    UCSB and new interactive science museum MOXI partner to engage the public in science, technology, engineering, arts and math

  • UCSB sociologist seeks to explain why affluent countries are more likely than poor ones to see fewer women in STEM careers

  • Conference organized by UCSB researchers will examine STEM learning for the disabled

  • The U.S. Navy and UC Santa Barbara formalize agreement to expose veterans, community college students to civilian STEM careers

  • UC Santa Barbara, U.S. Navy collaborate to introduce veterans, community college students to civilian STEM careers

  • Amir Abo-Shaeer

    Media Arts and Technology graduate students mentor at local engineering academy in unique new collaboration aimed at education reform

  • Fossils Rock workshop

    Tech Savvy gave sixth- to ninth-grade girls — and their parents — the chance to participate in hands-on science workshops and learn "savvy skills"

  • Gottfried’s study will be the first to provide a clearinghouse of rigorous research related to contextual factors of STEM outcomes

  • The new BioMentors program is designed to address the challenge of increasing the success and retention of STEM majors

  • Approximately 500 junior high school and high school students participated in the 15th annual Science & Technology MESA Day. Participants were mainly first-generation college-bound and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields.

  • The National Science Foundation (NSF) has committed $417,822 to continue funding UC Santa Barbara's innovative Internships in Nanosystems Science, Engineering and Technology (INSET) program.

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