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  • The Geological Society honors Tanya Atwater, and her storied career studying plate tectonics, with the Wollaston Medal
  • Gevirtz School’s Richard Durán is elected to prestigious National Academy of Education
  • EAOP hosts 10th Annual Education, Leadership and Careers Conference for high school juniors
  • Radio show, podcast created and hosted by Gevirtz School staff members explores all things education, on campus and off
  • Wynton Marsalis in dark suit playing trumpet against solid blue background
    Gift to UCSB Arts & Lectures launches Arnhold A&L Education Initiative to expand, enhance educational programming, outreach
  • Musician Yo-Yo Ma leading a cello masterclass for UCSB students
    With outreach efforts, Arts & Lectures brings diverse ideas and unique encounters to students of all ages and the community
  • Scholars’ book examines how to better advocate for evidence-based approaches to education policy
  • Scholar Tine Sloan named to California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, which she will lead as chair
  • UC Santa Barbara hosts a conference of U.S., Mexican scholars focusing on immigration, trade, international relations, policy
  • Video highlights from The Curie-osity Project at UCSB
    Video highlights from The Curie-osity Project at UCSB
    The Gevirtz School teams with Girls Inc. to help 4th – 6th graders find their inner Madame Curie
  • UCSB students sharpen their skills by dealing with daily diversions at Isla Vista Elementary School
  • El Rancho High School students visit UCSB with Generation First Degree-Pico Rivera
    El Rancho High School students visit UCSB with Generation First Degree-Pico Rivera
    Pico Rivera high school students and their parents visit campus with college outreach and access program Generation 1st Degree
  • In a new paper, UCSB sociologist Thomas Scheff makes a case for emotional education in K-12 classrooms
  • UCSB sociologist seeks to explain why affluent countries are more likely than poor ones to see fewer women in STEM careers
  • The Gevirtz School at UCSB answers Obama’s call with new curriculum for kids
  • UCSB researcher finds black children twice as likely as white children to receive corporal punishment in school
  • Conference organized by UCSB researchers will examine STEM learning for the disabled
  • 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai spoke to an overflow crowd at Arlington Theater
  • The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) at UC Santa Barbara will hold a series of UC Success Nights April 21-30 to celebrate the academic success of UCSB’s EAOP partnership schools seniors who have been admitted to any campus in the UC system...

  • Estate gift establishes first endowed chair for Gevirtz School, in honor of Prof. Michael Gerber
  • Antonio Cárdenas speaks at UCSB's Education, Leadership, and Careers Conference
    Conference helps students understand how education, leadership and careers are intertwined
  • UCSB's Early Academic Outreach Program
    UCSB's Early Academic Outreach Program
    UCSB's Early Academic Outreach Program connects with thousands of regional high school students, with impressive results
  • UCSB Extension's Green Building Program earns coveted U.S. Green Building Council's education award.
  • “I couldn’t have paid for something like this.” That’s what one grateful graduate student said of her participation in Crossroads, a yearlong, multifaceted interdisciplinary research...

  • Jane Close Conoley recently returned to UC Santa Barbara and her position as dean of the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education after serving as interim chancellor at UC Riverside.

  • Over a hundred college hopefuls at Santa Ynez Valley Union High School turned up on Thursday morning.
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