UCSB's Public History Ph.D. program, the nation’s first, prepares students for careers outside academia. Read more about A Workable Future
Researchers replace membrane proteins in bacteria with a molecule they created and gain control over their ability to produce electricity. Read more about The Little Bacterium That Could
Scholar Jorge Luis Castillo receives PEN Club award for volume of short stories. Read more about The Good Word
UCSB religious studies scholar explores the theological journey of New Thought pioneer Warren Felt Evans. Read more about Spiritual Seeker
February 17-25, 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.
February 21, 2017
Set in Delhi, the documentary looks at the stress exerted on homeless in need of a safe place to sleep, and presents a broader philosophical exploration of sleep; a screening followed by Q&A with director Shaunak Sen.
February 22, 2017
The ongoing series welcomes the Quetzal musician, a Scripps College Chicano/a and Latino/a Studies scholar, in the talk “Agonistic Harmony and Transformation.”