Jessica Gordon-Nembhard will share insights from her pathbreaking research to discuss the history and legacy of Black cooperative movements and how they continue to inform on the ground efforts to realize a more just economic future - April 19, 5:00-6:30 PM PST.



A conversation with Professors Sameer Pandya and Lisa Sun-Hee Park on April 19, 4:00-5:00 PM (PST). This event is part of Virtual All Gaucho Reunion week, April 19-25, 2021.


Incoming first-year students have been notified of their acceptance to UC Santa Barbara. 

Ai-jen Poo will give a lecture on elder and family care, the future of work, and what's at stake for women of color on Thursday, April 8, 12:00 PM PST.

Diane Fujino will discuss her book and the role that Mitsuye Yamada’s political activism played in building the Asian American and US Third World women’s movements and support for political prisoners. The virtual book launch event will be held on March 25, 6:00 PM.

Economics PhD Candidate Danae Hernandez-Cortes won the 2021 Grad Slam People's Choice Award this week after presenting a 3-minute talk on her research.


Political Science Professor Daniel Masterson is a co-author of a study that finds conditions at home drive Syrian refugees’ decisions to return.


Anthropologists Jeffrey Hoelle (UCSB, left) and Nicolas Kawa (Ohio State, right) argue that centering the Anthropocene on Homo sapiens limits our understanding of the environment.



Associate Dean and Professor of Chicana/o Studies Aida Hurtado receives the 2021 Distinguished Author Award by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education, Inc. (AAHHE) for her 2020 book Intersectional Chicana Feminisms: Sitios y Lenguas.