A fellow at UCSB’s NCEAS and colleagues find that certain fish at sushi restaurants may be mislabeled. Read more about A Not–So–Fine Kettle of Fish
UCSB scholar to discuss how the campus, one of the first hubs of the internet, led the humanities into the digital age. Read more about A Pioneering Netizen
Lars Bildsten, director of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, wins the 2017 Dannie Heineman Prize for Astrophysics. Read more about Inspiration in the Stars
After finding invasive Asian beetles in native Montecito trees, UCSB researchers are trying to determine how widespread they really are. Read more about Holy Guacamole!
January 13-22, 2017
The university's dynamic resident professional dance company opens its 41st season with a set of performances directed by Christopher Pilafian.
January 17, 2017
Based on a short story by UCSB Professor Emeritus Kenneth Pai, the 1989 film is screened as part of a weeklong celebration of Pai's work and achievements.
January 18, 2017
Karl Geiringer Hall
NY Times–hailed soprano Justine Aronson and violinist Sarah Goldfeather present works by Rebekah Driscoll, Veronika Krausas, Kaija Saariaho and Kate Soper.