UCSB scientists say that record heat and drought are taking a deadly toll on California’s native oak, pine and other native trees. Read more about Hot, Dry & Dying
In new study, researchers use brain scans to determine the mechanism behind cognitive control of thoughts. Read more about Brain Networking
UCSB, U.S. Navy collaborate on a new program to introduce vets and community college students to civilian STEM careers. Read more about All Hands on Deck
UCSB will receive a $2.6-million grant from the U.S. Department of Education under the Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program. Read more about Opening New Doors
October 8, 2015
The College of Engineering and the Institute for Energy Efficiency host a symposium featuring experts in light-based research, including UCSB Nobel laureates Herb Kroemer, Alan Heeger and Shuji Nakamura.
October 11, 2015
The Quebec-based acrobat troupe, lauded for its technical ability and panache, presents the high-spirited production Attrape-moi (Catch Me!), an innovative circus show sure to please adults and kids alike.
Through December 6, 2015
Art, Design & Architecture Museum
Gary Winogrand’s candid photographs of women in New York City were surprisingly polarizing when published in 1975. A curated selection of the images here lets viewers judge for themselves.