Melvyn Semmel of UC Santa Barbara's Gevirtz Graduate School of Education has been awarded the prestigious Edward A. Dickson Emeriti Professorship for 2008-09.
Melvyn Semmel of Gevirtz Graduate School of Education At UCSB Is Awarded Distinguished Emeriti ProfessorshipGevirtz Graduate School of Education
Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, Engineering, Letters and Science
Research support from external sources broke all previous records at UC Santa Barbara during the last fiscal year.
Letters and Science, History
Two UC Santa Barbara faculty members have received Fulbright fellowships to study in Europe during the 2008-09 academic year.
Veeco Instruments Inc. has established an endowed chair at UC Santa Barbara that will support the teaching and research of a pioneering scholar in engineering or the sciences.
Letters and Science
The University Art Museum at UC Santa Barbara has received a $140,000 grant from the Getty Foundation to support the research and planning of a scholarly exhibition titled "The Ranch House: Cliff May's Designs for Modern Living."
Letters and Science, Geography
A doctoral student in the geography department at the University of California, Santa Barbara whose research in modeling and simulation resolution has important applications for homeland security, has recently been awarded three prestigious...
Letters and Science, Philosophy
Renowned ethicists from the United States and Britain will meet at the University of California, Santa Barbara next month for The Fourth Steven Humphrey Excellence in Philosophy Conference.
Letters and Science, Mathematics
Paolo Cascini, assistant professor of mathematics at UC Santa Barbara, has won a prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Letters and Science, East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
In 1961, newly graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in Far Eastern languages, John Nathan hopped a Japan Airlines flight to Tokyo where he planned to study Japanese literature.
UCSB Professor of Psychology and Director of the Sage Center for the Study of Mind Receives Two Top AwardsLetters and Science, Psychological and Brain Sciences
Michael Gazzaniga, professor of psychology at UC Santa Barbara and director of UCSB's Sage Center for the Study of Mind, is the recipient of a 2008 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the American Psychological Association (APA).