All UC campuses now have access to BioOne Complete (formerly BioOne.1 and BioOne.2) on the BioOne.org platform.
A pamphlet titled “Analysis of the Santa Barbara, California Housing Market, as of December 1967” reports that new homes in Santa Barbara County at the time were priced from $15,000 to $35,000, and the average monthly rent was $80 to $120 for a one-bedroom apartment.
The UCSB Library, Office of Judicial Affairs, and CLAS (Campus Learning Assistance Services) will co-host a Plagiarism Prevention Workshop from 3:30 to 4:30 pm Tuesday, Feb. 2 in the SRB (Student Resource Building) Multipurpose Room.
The free workshop will offer citation tips, tools to avoid plagiarism, and pizza.
In response to student need, starting Sunday, Jan. 31, the Library's Late Night Study Service area will expand to include the 1st Floor Mountain Side (the first floor of the renovated two-story building) in addition to the Learning Commons.
The UCSB Library congratulates Psychological & Brain Sciences professor, Kyle Ratner, for being named a 2015 Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science (APS). Ratner uses psychological and neuroscience methods to study social perception and evaluation and their consequences for intergroup relations and health. The UCSB Current provides more information about Dr.
“People who imagine that history flatters them (as it does, indeed, since they wrote it) are impaled on their history like a butterfly on a pin and become incapable of seeing or changing themselves, or the world. This is the place in which it seems to me, most white Americans find themselves.
Wealth, deepening inequality, and racial disparities in criminal justice are central issues this election year.