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Campus News Events
Michael Young with graduates
Reflecting on 25 Years A video accompanies this news release. Michael Young will retire in January as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs after a 25-year career at UC Santa Barbara. “We’re a team in Student Affairs,” Young says. “We collaborate, we cooperate, we work together.”
Anthropologist Examines Culture
of Cattle Ranching in the Amazon
Physicist Receives UC President’s
Inaugural Research Catalyst Award
5 UCSB Faculty Members Named
Fellows of American Physical Society
Nobel Laureate Nakamura Named
Fellow of Academy of Inventors
Study by Sociologist Explores
the Vague Language of Emotion
Ann Marie Plane and book cover
Colonial Dreams In her new book, “Dreams and the Invisible World in Colonial New England: Indians, Colonists, and the Seventeenth Century,” historian Ann Marie Plane delves into the dreams of English settlers and Native Americans.
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Paul Nicklen
Paul Nicklen: Spirit of the Wild
, a National Geographic Live event featuring the visionary wildlife photojournalist recalling his adventures, Jan. 11.
Eric Beltz: The Cave of Treasures, a
solo exhibition, through May 1, 2015
Gregory Porter, a Grammy-winning
jazz vocalist, in his local debut, Jan. 15.
How to Make the Universe Right,
show of scrolls, objects, opens Jan. 17.
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