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Campus News Events
Protein IllustrationThe Body’s Transformers A video is attached to this news release. A new study by a group of UCSB researchers examines a shape-shifting protein in the brain. “It’s important to understand the relationship between protein shape and function,” says UCSB professor Joan-Emma Shea.
NOAA Grant Will Help Researchers
Study Impact of Ocean Acidification
Ecologist Douglas McCauley Receives
a 2015 Sloan Research Fellowship
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Scholar Receives NSF CAREER Award
Award-Winning Writer Lydia Davis
to be Writer-in-Residence at UCSB
Girl in detention center
A Question of Justice In his new book, “Girls in Justice,” Richard Ross, a professor of art at UCSB, shows the stark reality of girls confined to detention centers. “A lot of them are here because there’s no place else for them to go,” says Ross.
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Fletcher Benton Sculpture
Fletcher Benton: The Artist's Studio
, examines and honors the artistic process of the celebrated California large-scale sculptor. Through May 1.
In the Red and Brown Water, a modern
coming of age story, Feb. 27-March 7.
Carsten Peter, fearless photographer and
filmmaker for National Geographic, Mar. 1.
Lydia Davis, a Booker International Prize
winning author and translator, March 3.
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