Two UCSB faculty members receive early career recognition from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Read more about New Research Horizons
Researchers recalibrate shark population density using data gathered on Palmyra atoll. Read more about Counting Sharks
UCSB scholars will explore an elusive phenomenon: the prevalence of ghosts in Japanese culture. Read more about Spiritual World
UCSB scientist Jonathan Berger's metamaterial is the first ever to perform as predicted by theoretical bounds. Read more about In Great Shape
February 17-26, 2017
Performing Arts Theater
The play about loss, forbidden love, the pain of memory and identity, and unfulfilled dreams examines how life changes when secrets are revealed.
Through June 30, 2017
UCSB Library Ocean Gallery
Illustrations by Christopher Cardinale depicting Rosario, Mexico, the town at the heart of UCSB Reads selection “Into the Beautiful North,” created for a graphic novel by “North” author Luis Alberto Urrea.
February 27, 2017
The historian and author of bestselling book Sapiens discusses his newest release, “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.”