UCSB joins a national coalition focused on driving down the cost and energy used in recycling and remanufacturing materials Read more about Old is the New New
Biologists uncover a new way that bacteria lay siege to neighboring cells by hijacking two factors involved in protein synthesis. Read more about The Aesthetics of Scientific Discovery
NCEAS sees global progress with ongoing research collaboration, Science for Nature and People Partnership Read more about From Science to Solutions
Engineering, materials, sociology and English are highlighted in the news magazine’s annual list of “Best Graduate Schools”. Read more about U.S. News & World Report Ranks UCSB Grad Programs Among the Top
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.
April 5, 2017
The author of National Book Award–winning tour de force “The Underground Railroad” discusses how he came to write the bestselling book about a young slave's desperate bid for freedom.
April 6, 2017
Art, Design & Architecture Museum
The museum's ongoing architecture and design lecture series presents the founder of internationally renowned firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios, known for its collaborative and multidisciplinary approach.