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  • New alliance among array of efforts to grow academic pipeline, advance diversity
  • The KITP launches a fellowship for physics faculty at minority-serving institutions
  • Geographers double down on commitment to ethics and equity as a new generation joins the field
  • The campus is recognized by U.S. State Department as a Fulbright HSI Leader, Gilman Top Producer
  • New Arts & Lectures series “Justice for All” opens with a talk by Julián Castro
  • The UCSB Campus Climate Survey will examine attitudes and behaviors among students, faculty and staff
  • Campus partners on grant project to expand representation, achievement in STEM among graduate students of color
  • W. Kamau Bell joins Belinda Robnett, vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion, for Arts & Lectures events
  • Yearlong lecture series shines a light on African American scholars, fosters examination and discussion of racial justice
  • Belinda Robnett appointed vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Movies starring lead actors from underrepresented groups perform as well as those with white male leads
  • Assistance during the first years of a biology major leads to higher retention of first-generation students
  • Graduate Division series seeks to promote campus conversations around diversity
  • Partnership with UC Merced, CSUs, aims to boost numbers of underrepresented minorities among higher-ed faculty
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    Community ecologist Keenan Stears finds global change may alter the way hippos shape the environment
  • Graduate Division series aims to promote campus conversations around diversity
  • UC Santa Barbara hosts a conference of U.S., Mexican scholars focusing on immigration, trade, international relations, policy
  • A new NCEAS study finds kelps are doing better than other key coastal ecosystem-forming species
  • Psychologist Brenda Major identifies what may be a key factor in many white Americans’ support for Donald Trump
  • UC Santa Barbara is officially recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
  • The survey collected and assessed a wide range of data on issues of inclusion, work-life balance and general attitudes about UC.
  • In her new book, “Geographies of Privilege,” sociology professor France Winddance Twine argues that physical space, geography, and locality are key to understanding how power and privilege operate in diverse national contexts. Geography and...
  • U.S. News & World Report has once again included UC Santa Barbara in its annual listing of the "Top 30 Public National Universities" in the country, as well on its list of the "Best National Universities."
  • Juliana Bernal Ostos, a second-year Ph.D. student in UC Santa Barbara's Materials Department, has been named winner of the 2009 WiSE Diversity Award.

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