March 2014 @UCSB
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Alumnus Yulan Wang redefines health care delivery with telemedicine

Yulan Wang, UCSB alumnus and founder of InTouch Health in Goleta, CA, believes that telemedicine can provide more consistent and higher quality health care to everyone at a lower cost.


Q & A with Gaucho Grad 2013 Commencement speaker Jason Loewith

Patricia Marroquin, Grad Division Senior Writer, had a chance to ask Loewith some questions—about his time on campus, his mentors, and his career trajectory in the arts, among other topics.


Maureen Ajoku, '12 is working for a spot on the US National Bobsled Team

Ajoku's strength, speed, and explosiveness crucial to success on the track were equally so for competition bobsledding. A series of Priester-initiated introductions soon snared Ajoku an invitation to try out during USA Bobsled's annual combine in Park City, Utah.


UCSB: The Year in Pictures
Check out highlights of campus moments during the 2012-2013 year, including campus events, sports, student events, commencement, research and more.

Read Loewith's 2013 Commencement speech
"Thank you, Dean Genetti. Greetings and welcome on this auspicious, beautiful day, to Chancellor Yang, the entire deanery (a word i've always wanted to use out loud),…

Take a peek at UC Santa Barbara's Family Vacation Center
Join us for a family vacation like no other, complete with sun, sand and surf in Santa Barbara.

UCSB's Global Studies Program Thrives from Generosity of Orfalea Foundation
Kinko's founder Paul Orfalea completes a $12 million pledge to launch and build the Global Studies Graduate Program.


Transforming Ocean Meadows Golf Course • Culture and Nature Series continues in the fall at the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum and more 

Scientist Discover Cinnamon Compounds’ Potential Ability to Prevent Alzheimer’s • Best Map Ever of Universe Taken by the Planck Mission and more


Menzel and Patak Named to Team USA's 2013 World League Roster • Gaucho's Fall to #2 Seeded Long Beach State in Women's Tennis and more


'60s to the Present.

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