facebook tracker

News by Department

  • Letters and Science
    Pollock Theater to host live screenings, discussions after hiatus
  • Letters and Science
    Pulitzer-winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert to speak at Corwin Pavilion
  • UCSB physicist Philip Lubin discusses how humanity might be able to protect itself from an existential cosmic collision
    UCSB physicist Philip Lubin discusses how humanity might be able to protect itself from an existential cosmic collision
    Letters and Science, Physics
    Researchers contemplate the premise of “Don’t Look Up” and the technology needed to save humanity
  • Letters and Science, Environmental Studies
    Researchers propose a path for reckoning with Indigenous sovereignty and U.S. public lands through place names
  • Letters and Science, Earth Science
    UC Santa Barbara geologists lead the effort to describe the devastating eruption in Tonga
  • recycling robot video game
    Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering
    Electrical and computer engineering students to present a video game open house to demonstrate their software skills
  • Letters and Science, Geography
    Study reveals the strong family ties of Latina teens, themes evident in the films “Encanto” and “West Side Story”
  • Gevirtz Graduate School of Education
    Gevirtz Schools' Sarah Roberts awarded a $1.1 million NSF Faculty Early Career Development Grant
  • Two halves of a model of a brain
    Letters and Science, Psychological and Brain Sciences
    Researchers seek to understand why some Parkinson’s patients’ symptoms briefly vanish
  • Letters and Science, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology
    A new test predicts sepsis before blood clots cause permanent organ damage, markedly increasing survival

Pages