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Bikes and Storke TowerGreenest in the U.S.  UC Santa Barbara has been ranked No. 3 in Princeton Review’s Top 50 Green Colleges in the country. And since the first two colleges in the list are private, that makes UCSB the No. 1-ranked public university in the U.S.
High-Energy Physics Group Has Key
Role in Large Hadron Collider Restart
2 UCSB Professors to Receive
2015 Guggenheim Fellowships
Prestigious Grant Helps Researchers
in Study of the Mechanics of Life
Project by Bren Students Shows
How to Cut Energy Use on Campus
FMRI brain scans
‘For Freedom and Dignity’ A video is available in this news release Fifty years after the landmark Voting Rights Act was passed, UCSB students who volunteered with Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1965 voter registration and organizing efforts in the South are set to reunite on campus.
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Suji Nakamura
Shuji Nakamura
, UCSB professor and winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics, in a free talk on his invention of blue LED, laser and solid-state lighting. April 28.
Daniel J. Levitin, of Mcgill University,
on "The Organized Mind," April 21.
Urban Ecology and the Imagination of
The Future
, with Ursula Heise, April 23.
Ana Tijoux, award-winning French-
Chilean rapper, at the Hub, April 24.
Orange is the New Black
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