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Comics Theorist Scott McCloud to Offer Regents' Lecture April 10

On Wednesday, April 10, renowned comics artist and theorist Scott McCloud will present the free Regents' Lecture on "Understanding Comics and Visual Communication" at 8pm in Campbell Hall.

Exhibit: Fallout: In the Aftermath Of War

The UCSB Library is currently showing in its first floor gallery a large-scale mural that was co-created by artist-veteran Dominic Fredianelli and UCSB student veterans this past fall.

April Fool's Comics Competition Submissions Being Accepted

All students, alumni, faculty, staff, and nearby residents are invited to participate in the first ever April Fool's Comics Competition. The grand finalist will have their work added to the shelves of the UCSB Library.

Information Sessions About the UCSB Library Building Project (Feb. 25-Mar. 7)

The UCSB Library invites you to learn more about its upcoming building addition and renovation. We are hosting a series of 50-minute information sessions about the project.

UCSB Reads Author Lecture (Monday, March 4)

Join us for a free lecture by Joshua Foer, author of this year's UCSB Reads book -- Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything.

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.