March 2014 @UCSB
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Gaucho Company Helps Teachers Bring Exciting Curriculum to the Classroom

Lesson Planet is an online curriculum search engine for PreK-12th grade educators. The company offers more than 400,000 teacher-reviewed curriculum resources, allowing teachers to bring new ideas to their classrooms and save time when creating lesson plans.


Hero Hackers: Computer Security Group Arms the Technological World

Computer Science Ph.D Student Gianluca Stringhini and fellow doctoral students and computer science faculty compose the Computer Security Group at UC Santa Barbara. The group designs, builds and secures software systems, arming software against cyber attacks.


Associated Food Bank Helps Students in Need 

The Associated Students Food Bank has been striving to eradicate student hunger by providing non-perishable food and goods without charge. The public can donate money to the food bank through the Paypal account linked on the organization website. 


Alumni Couple Bridged Original and Current Campus
Read more about how Lynn Paul Reitnouer and Winnie Coyne, UCSB donors have shared their time and money with the university and how they were reunited at the then newest campus of the University of California.

Moving Toward Sustainable Transportation By Simulating and Analyzing Daily Life
Imagine your life recreated in data, every car trip, bus ride, grocery store stop, and burrito run - including when, why, and with whom you went - represented by blips on a computer.


Longtime UCSB Benefactors Endow $1 Million Chair in Experimental Science • UCSB Ranked Among the Country's Top Public Universities by U.S. News & World Report and more

Little Difference in Heavy Metal Pollutant Levels Between Fishes Living Around Southern California Oil Platforms and Natural Sites   CCBER Vertebrate Collections Now Digitized and more


Men's Water Polo Team Kicks Off its 2013 Campaign • Women's Soccer Adds Calhoun to Coaching Staff and more


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