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A Brush with Preservation A video accompanies this news release Hank Pitcher has been painting the landscape of Coal Oil Point for years. The art instructor in the College of Creative Studies says that his paintings, which document the preservation of the area, serve a dual purpose: research and art.
UCSB Ranked Among Top Universities
in Washington Monthly 2014 Rankings
UCSB Psychology Professor Receives
Scientific Impact Award for Study
Assistant Professor to Use Fellowship
to Study Ceramics as Modern Art
In New Book, English Professor
Identifies the Meaning of Stuff
Computer Science Scholar Receives
Recognition for Vision Research
Study Offers Nanodiamonds As
Proof of Cosmic Impact, Extinction
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Our Universal ‘Angry Face’Researchers at UC Santa Barbara and Griffith University in Australia have identified the origin and purpose of the facial expression for anger. It appears to be part of our basic biology as humans.
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That’s EntertainmentThat’s Entertainment Special Collections exhibit at the UCSB Library centers on the life of Dan Guerrero, considered one of the 25 most powerful Latinos in Hollywood. Through Aug. 29.
Tom Burtonwood: Orihon, 3-D
printed art book, through Sept. 14.
UCSB's NAKED SHAKES presents “A
Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Sep. 5-7.
Funk4Autism in Santa Barbara supports
the Koegel Autism Center, Sept. 27.
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