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  • Undergraduate research projects displayed throughout the summer in new online gallery
  • Arts & Lectures’ annual summer slate of free films celebrates the '80s and '90s
  • Set to graduate 6,893 students for 2020-2021, campus hosts Grad Walk and virtual commencement with Oprah Winfrey
  • Fast & Curious lecture series highlights work of faculty, students, staff of Gevirtz Graduate School of Education
  • Patrisse Cullors’ virtual discussion of her Black Lives Matter memoir culminates UCSB Reads 2021
  • The campus’s annual Staff Celebration Week goes monthlong with a host of virtual events
  • The 2021 Rupe Conference will focus on communicating about COVID-19
  • 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
  • Capps Center to host talk with Indigenous rights leader and activist Nick Tilsen
  • His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama in conversation with author Pico Iyer is the keynote event in Arts & Lectures' new initiative
  • 2021 Beyond Academia conference takes professional development into the digital space
  • W. Kamau Bell joins Belinda Robnett, vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion, for Arts & Lectures events
  • Colloquium examines music, dance, Black female movement through lens of Black Lives Matter
  • UCSB Reads selection “When They Call You a Terrorist“ is the focus of multiple upcoming events and other programming
  • Yearlong lecture series shines a light on African American scholars, fosters examination and discussion of racial justice
  • Brittany K. Barnett
    New A&L series examines systemic racism, impact on society, with diverse slate of thinkers, doers, creators, performers
  • With series like House Calls and Tabletop Shakespeare, Arts & Lectures transforms living rooms into theaters
  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's Khalia Campbell
    Arts & Lectures’ new season aims to educate, entertain, inspire with virtual events, digital exclusives and live performances
  • Library offers look at shortlist of books under consideration, asks for input on final selection, for UCSB Reads 2021
  • Beyond Academia conference provides insights to graduate students, postdocs considering careers in industry, government
  • Santa Barbara Dance Theater presents three premieres at its May 4-5 concert
    The winter arts calendar offers a wonderland of performances, exhibitions, screenings and more
  • Gaucho Pass provides admission to all UC Santa Barbara regular home games for one monthly fee
  • Panelists at kickoff discussion for 2019-2020 Feminist Futures Initiative

    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?’

  • NSF Director France Córdova visits the campus, speaks about the agency’s strategic plan
  • Acclaimed book of creative nonfiction about sea level rise is selected for UCSB Reads 2020
  • The Central Coast Sustainability Summit aims to spark solutions and partnerships around environmental challenges
  • Roberto Benavidez, Blue Bird with Silver Wings (Bosch Bird No. 6)
    New exhibitions at Art, Design & Architecture Museum bring new perspectives on historic works of art and architecture
  • Summer Sessions presents a new season of GRIT Talks, a series of free public lectures by notable faculty
  • Commencement 2019 student with document
    With pomp and circumstance, annual commencement exercises capped off the 2018-2019 academic year
  • Media Arts and Technology graduate program to present its End of Year Show, “MADE [at] UCSB”
  • An interdisciplinary public conference on campus examines positive and negative implications of plastics
  • Roger McNamee, Silicon Valley investor and author of “Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe,” comes to campus
  • 2019 All Gaucho Reunion promo video
    2019 All Gaucho Reunion promo video
    The 13th Annual All Gaucho Reunion welcomes alumni, students, faculty, staff and the Santa Barbara community
  • Caldecott-honored artist Thi Bui discusses her memoir "The Best We Could Do" for UCSB Reads 2019
  • Beyond Academia conference provides insights to graduate students considering careers in private industry, government or nonprofits
  • Performer Pamela Z
    Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology conference features internationally known artists and scholars
  • Array of events support reading and conversation of UCSB Reads 2019 pick, “The Best We Could Do”
  • UCSB ONDAS Center mentor speaks with new students at #FirstGen welcome
    Welcome event for first-generation scholars new to the campus provides connections and resources
  • Botanist and author Hope Jahren gives a free talk about her bestselling memoir “Lab Girl,” the 2018 UCSB Reads selection
  • Musicologist Aaron Fox working with Iñupiaq Warren Matumeak
    The Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music fosters scholarship, and celebration, of music and sound
  • UCSB’s SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind blurs the boundaries between disciplines to illuminate the mind
  • UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum pays homage to California architect Irving J. Gill with a new exhibition
  • With eight ceremonies over eight days, UCSB’s annual commencement exercises will celebrate 5,745 graduates for 2015–2016
  • Inside UCSB's AlloSphere
    UCSB’s Media Arts and Technology program hosts annual year-end show — with a twist
  • More than 600 college students to attend Afrikan Black Coalition conference at UCSB
  • Gauchos for Recovery team
    Alcohol & Drug Program collaborates with the student group Gauchos for Recovery to host a conference at UC Santa Barbara
  • UCSB AS Food Bank produce shelves
    Campus will host first-ever California Higher Education Food Summit as part of UC Global Food Initiative
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