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FEATURES

Alice Waters Brings the Art of Simple Food to UCSB

Since Alice Waters opened her now-iconic restaurant, Chez Panisse, in Berkeley, she has helped expand American palettes and minds and led a "delicious revolution" that brought sustainably produced, local foods to dinner tables and schools around the country.

 

Preview the All Gaucho Reunion Events

Treat your senses with the flavors of UCSB at the Taste of UCSB, gather with old college friends where it all started, or run through UCSB-themed obstacles at the Gaucho Gallop. Preview the upcoming events for All Gaucho Reunion and register today.

 

Marcy Carsey Named Chair of UCSB Foundation

Bringing the expertise from a successful career in the entertainment business and a passionate dedication to the university her children attended -- Emmy-winning television producer Marcy Carsey is now chair of the UC Santa Barbara Foundation Board of Trustees.


WEB EXTRAS
 

UCSB Research Biologist, Alum Busts a Rockfish Rhyme
When it comes to rockfish, Milton Love has become a go-to guy. At least once a week, he receives an e-mail message –– complete with digital image –– from someone seeking his expertise in identifying a species of rockfish.

Physics Ph.D. Alum Kohl Gill: How His Career Path Took Him From Science Labs to Labor Rights
When Kohl Gill applied to UCSB's Physics Ph.D. program, he had a specific career destination in mind and a clear route to get there. He decided to get a Ph.D. in Physics to pursue his goal in serving the country by shaping science policy.

DEPARTMENTS
 

AROUND STORKE TOWER
UC Santa Barbara Summit on Energy Efficiency Focuses on Materials for a Sustainable Future • UC Santa Barbara's Water Action Plan Is the First of Its Kind In the UC System and more

RESEARCH
Changing Shape Makes Chemotherapy Drugs Better at Targeting Cancer Cells • UC Santa Barbara Scientists Develop A Whole New Way of Harvesting Energy from the Sun and more

SPORTS
Tourney Title, Three Top-10 Finishes Earns Glen Scher Big West Golfer of the Month Honor • Men's Basketball: Williams Selected Big West Player of the Week for the Second Time in 2012-13 and more
ALUMNI AUTHORS
Check out the latest publications from these talented Alumni Authors! Philip Zwerling Ph.D '03 • Kaye Walters '84 • Thomas Knecht M.A. '01, Ph.D. '04 • Benjamin Sutherland '91 • Linda Jean Hall '07, M.A. '10 • Dorcas Kelley '84

MILESTONES
'60s to the Present.

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