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Campus News Events
Snowy PloverProtecting the Plover  UCSB is working to minimize the impact of the recent oil spill on the endangered snowy plovers at their Coal Oil Point nesting ground. Meanwhile, scientists are pooling their resources to conduct oil spill research.
Two Assistant Professors Receive
Early Career Research Awards
Researchers Develop Novel Device
to Observe Cell Hemifusion Process
Researchers to Use Grant to Study
Quake Effects on Ground, Soil Stability
Study Shows How People Categorize
Others by Their Political Affiliations
Dried desert groundFeeling the Heat A new study led by UCSB scientists has quantified how record-high temperatures are worsening the already historic drought in California, findings that may wind up being useful for seasonal predictions of drought.
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Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai
, winner of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, in her only Southern California appearance, an Arts & Lectures event, June 27.
The Narcicyst: World War Free, with
the Arab artist and musician, May 29.
Remembrance Events to mark the
one-year anniversary of IV tragedy.
UCSB Orchestra & Chamber Players,
directed by Robert Koenig, June 1.
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