Below are News items in the category of News for Undergraduates

On Exhibit in the Library: Altered States: Diane Gamboa and the Aesthetics of Provocation

n conjunction with Diane Gamboa's Regents' Lectureship in the Fall of 2013, this exhibition of twelve silkscreen prints by the Los Angeles-based Chicana artist will explore the work of this artist as subaltern provocateur.

Additional Study Space Opened Up in Classroom 1575

In order to address the ongoing need for study space and seating while the Library is under construction, Classroom 1575 on the first floor is now open as a student study space outside of regular work hours.

Banned Books Week is Here

Banned books week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read which is typically held the last week of September.

Library 'Week of Welcome' Program: Monday-Wednesday

Check out how the Library can help you make the most out of your classes! Get a library passport and take a self-guided tour. You might even win a prize.

Library Exhibit of the UCSB Education Abroad Program Student Photo Contest Winners

Winners of the 2012-2013 Education Abroad Program Student Photo Contest on display at the Library (third floor gallery.

UC Faculty Adopt Open Access Policy

On July 24, 2013, the Academic Senate of the University of California passed an Open Access Policy.

Perimeter Fence to be Erected this Week

Fencing is being erected around the Library this week to mark off the construction site in preparation for groundbreaking.

Landscan population data set now available!

The Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) now offers access to the most current, high resolution global population distribution data set to its academic users.

Countdown to the Closing of the Two-Story Building

Partition walls are in the process of being constructed that will fully close off the two-story building to the public for the renovation of that part of the Library.

How Open Access Empowered a 16-Year Old to Make Cancer Breakthrough

An interview on Open Access to research journals with Dr. Francis S. Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, and Jack Andraka, the 16-year-old inventor of a breakthrough cancer diagnostic.