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Academic Programs Make the Best of Budget Crunch
With a shortfall at UC Santa Barbara of $45 million, faculty and staff strive to minimize the effects on undergraduates. The individual maneuvers are countless, but in short, professors and instructors are finding ways to serve more students with fewer lectures. Read more.
Budget Crunch

An Education in the Present and the Past
Tina McEnroe, M.A. '89, fulfilled her dream of running an old-fashioned schoolhouse when she renovated Pleasant Valley School. Now, today's elementary students can take a trip to the 1890s in a one-room, wooden schoolhouse. Read more.
Arts & Lectures

The School of Education Celebrates 100 Years
In recognition of the first "100 years of Preparing Educators," the School of Education takes a look at Clarence L. Phelps, who led the evolution of Santa Barbara State Normal School to a University of California campus. Read more.
George Kieffer

Archaeologist Disputes Beliefs About Maya Civilization Collapse
UC Santa Barbara researcher Anabel Ford suggests that Maya agricultural practices -- which she calls a forest garden -- was environmentally sound rather than a factor in the ancient civilization's collapse. Read more.
Sticky K


Around Storke Tower Briefs
Two series – “Forty Years After the Big Spill” and “Oil + Water” -- focus on the 1969 Oil Spill which galvanized the environmental movement and led to the first Earth Day. Read more about the Oil Spill series and the latest happenings on campus in Around Storke Tower.
Around Storke Tower

Sports Roundup
Both Women and Men’s Soccer are among the Gaucho teams to advance to NCAA tournaments this fall. Read more about Young and check out the latest in Gaucho athletics in the Sports Roundup.
Sports Roundup

Research Roundup
The DigitalOcean project at UC Santa Barbara went on the road in November — going all the way to San Francisco's Pier 39 — for "DigitalOcean: Connecting for Ocean Sustainability," an event showing young people how to get involved in ocean conservation efforts. Check out what else researchers are up to in the Research Roundup.
Research Roiundup

Alumni Authors
From pilots to politics to peace psychology, check out the latest in literature from these Alumni Authors.
* Stephen D. Cummings, ’69
* J. Norman Grim, ’56
* Jayan Kalathil, ’98,
* Daniel Mayton, Ph.D. ’77
Research Roiundup

Milestones from 1950-2009
David Court, ’94, takes groups on European ski vacations while providing insight on the effects of global climate change through his business, Alpine Exposure. What else have your classmates been up to all these years? Check out Milestones and Class Notes for the latest updates.


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