UCSB’s Naked Shakes to perform ‘The Death of Kings’ — all eight of Shakespeare’s histories adapted into two plays. Read more about The Essence of The Bard
Two UCSB climate scientists edit a new book about the Earth’s regional and global monsoon systems. Read more about A Climate Change Reality Check
Chris Van de Walle and Michael Doherty are recognized for their contributions to the fields of computational materials research and chemical engineering. Read more about National Academy of Engineering
UCSB professor seeks to explain why affluent countries are more likely to see fewer women in STEM careers than poor ones. Read more about A Rich Gender Gap
February 17, 2016
The knockout, former longtime backup singer who broke free from the pack in the documentary “20 Feet From Stardom” is known for her astonishing range, spot-on intonation and mastery of the stage.
February 19, 2016
Humanities & Social Sciences Building
Oxford's Desmond King, a noted scholar of race and American politics, comparative public policy, democratization and immigration on “the unruly demise of federal civil rights activism.”
February 19–March 6, 2016
Theater group Naked Shakes in a world premiere event, two plays performed together in repertory, adapted and directed by Irwin Appel, from the history plays of William Shakespeare.