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  • In a landmark year for fundraising, the campus receives $180 million in new gifts and pledges in fiscal year 2019

  • Commencement 2019 student with document

    With pomp and circumstance, annual commencement exercises capped off the 2018-2019 academic year

  • 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

  • In push for open access publishing, campus signs on to OA2020 Initiative as UC ends negotiation with Elsevier

  • El Plan de Santa Bárbara, catalyst for Chicano Studies departments across California, turns 50

  • Campus takes early steps on a long-planned and previously approved project to develop workforce housing on Ocean Road

  • Partnership with UC Merced, CSUs, aims to boost numbers of underrepresented minorities among higher-ed faculty

  • UCSB’s 2018 commencement activities to celebrate 6,784 graduates

  • UCSB Give Day 2018 group of student laughing with pompoms

    UCSB Give Day 2018 raises more than $5.6 million in just 24 hours

  • Aida Hurtado is an invited speaker at the Women's March on Washington

    Chicana/o Studies scholar Aída Hurtado gives remarks at historic Women’s March on Washington

  • With eight ceremonies over eight days, UCSB’s annual commencement exercises will celebrate 5,745 graduates for 2015–2016

  • Historian John Majewski is named UCSB’s Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts

  • Jeffrey Millem will assume deanship of The Gevirtz School at UC Santa Barbara in July

  • Maze of Grace group shot

    Nearing retirement, UCSB dance professor and choreographer Jerry Pearson stages one last show of his work

  • Melvin Oliver, UCSB’s inaugural SAGE Sara Miller McCune Dean of Social Sciences, to become next president of Pitzer College

  • Joel Michaelsen portrait

    Following in his dad's footsteps, climatologist and professor Joel Michaelsen assumes role of Interim EVC

  • Klein's j-function

    The unsung artistry of mathematics may finally get its due, thanks to the pursuit's growing influence across disciplines, and industries.

  • Douglas Scalapino, UC Santa Barbara research professor of physics, will receive the 2013 Eugene Feenberg Memorial Medal.

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