Below are News items in the category of News for Faculty

U.S. Representatives Introduce Bill for Federal Open Access Policy

The Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTR) would require federal agencies with budgets of 100 million or more to provide public access to federally funded research within six months of publication.

Grants for Innovative Projects to Promote Open Access to Data

The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) has announced a Challenge Grant program to fund innovative projects to promote open access to data.

Reminder: Complete the Campus Climate Survey and Win Prizes

Don't forget to answer the UC Campus Climate Survey. Check your email for your personalized invitation.

Royal Society of Chemistry Open Access Vouchers Available

The Royal Society of Chemistry offers UCSB authors vouchers for publication fees.

Hours Vary for Presidents' Day Weekend (Feb. 15-18)

The hours for the Library and different library locations will vary over the President's Weekend. Check our hours pages for details.

UCSB Reads Book Discussion: Moonwalking with Einstein (Feb. 6)

Join us for a book discussion of the 2013 UCSB Reads book selection, Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything on Feb. 6.

Buy Your Tickets Now for Rain Man (Jan. 30)

The first big UCSB Reads event is coming up on Wednesday, January 30 at 7pm with a screening of the classic film, "Rain Man," followed by a Q&A with screenwriter, Barry Morrow.

Weekdays at Noon: Live Radio Reading of Selections from Moonwalking With Einstein

Tune into KCSB-FM 91.9 weekdays at noon as campus and community volunteers read excerpts from the UCSB Reads 2013 book selection, Moonwalking with Einstein.

Sustainability and Repurposing Are Key Features of UCSB Library Expansion Project

Sustainability and repurposing are key features of the UCSB Library Expansion Project slated to begin this spring.