Offering insight into one of the nation's most vibrant cultural communities, the Center for Black Studies Research and the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara will host a summer conference series titled "...
Letters and Science, Black Studies
Letters and Science, Psychological and Brain Sciences
Advertisers have long understood the benefits of tailoring their messages to match the personality characteristics of their target audiences.
Letters and Science, Physics
Using plastics to harvest the energy of the sun just got a significant boost in efficiency thanks to a discovery made at the Center for Polymers and Organic Solids at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Letters and Science, Film and Media Studies
Video Portraits of Survival: Volume Two, a 90-minute program of four video portraits featuring local residents who are Holocaust survivors, will premiere at the 2007 Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The films will screen Tuesday, Jan...
UC Santa Barbara Researchers Led by Shuji Nakamura Achieve Major Breakthrough in Laser Diode DevelopmentEngineering
A team of researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara led by Shuji Nakamura, winner of the 2006 Millennium Technology Prize, has reported a major breakthrough in laser diode development.
Letters and Science, English
In a marriage of literary history and 21st-century technology, the Early Modern Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has established the English Ballad Archive, a collection of English broadside ballads posted on the Internet...
Letters and Science, Art, Religious Studies
University of California, Santa Barbara, professors Richard Ross and David White have received prestigious Guggenheim fellowships for 2007.
Letters and Science, Comparative Literature, Germanic Slavic and Semitic Studies
Five scholars from the United States and Germany will meet to discuss the work of the early 20th-century philosopher, essayist, and translator Walter Benjamin at a one-day conference at UC Santa Barbara on Dec. 1.
Letters and Science, Geography
Carl Legleiter, a graduate student in geography at UC Santa Barbara, was one of eight students nationwide to be named a 2006 Canon National Park Science Scholar.
Letters and Science, Political Science
The Hon. Kazuhiko Togo, formerly Japan's ambassador to the Netherlands, will join the department of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, in January as the Public Policymaker-in-Residence for the current academic year...