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  • Letters and Science, Anthropology

    How the holidays bring out the better angels of our nature, according to evolutionary anthropology

  • Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials

    Professor Shuji Nakamura to receive the 2019 Leigh Ann Conn Prize for Renewable Energy

  • Engineering, Chemical Engineering

    Chemical engineering postdoctoral researcher Joaquin Resasco is one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30

  • Panelists at kickoff discussion for 2019-2020 Feminist Futures Initiative
    Letters and Science, Feminist Studies, History

    A standing-room only crowd gathered in UC Santa Barbara’s McCune Conference Room to hear a panel of experts explore the question, ‘Why do white women vote for Trump?’

  • Letters and Science, Environmental Studies

    Debra Perrone, assistant professor of environmental studies, helps lead a call to protect global groundwater resources

  • Letters and Science, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology

    Assistance during the first years of a biology major leads to higher retention of first-generation students

  • Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials

    College of Engineering's Michael Chabinyc and Sanjit Mitra elected to the National Academy of Inventors

  • zebra mussels
    Letters and Science, Marine Science

    New research highlights an integrated approach for managing aquatic invasive species in California

  • Letters and Science, Geography

    The Climate Hazards Center receives funding for two large projects to address water and food insecurity in Africa

  • Letters and Science, Statistics and Applied Probability

    As career paths expand, the Department of Statistics and Applied Probability experiences a surge in student interest

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