UCSB Library website redesign now live!

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The UCSB Library website just got a major facelift – the first redesign of the site in more than five years. The redesigned website ​is now mobile-friendly and takes advantage of increased database-driven functionality to minimize duplicate content. Be sure to check it out!


Heritage Foundation Young Leaders Internship Program


The Heritage Foundation Young Leaders Program is now seeking students for their summer internship program. If you'd like to experience Washington, D.C., firsthand while working next to policy makers, then this opportunity is for you. The deadline to apply is February 1.


Apply now for summer institute on global food security

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This two-week learning program is for graduate students who are interested in developing a holistic understanding of the conceptual challenges around global food security with a focus on cross-disciplinary problem solving of real-world development challenges. Deadline is February 15, 2017.


Paid project opportunity for humanities graduate student


UCSB's Interdisciplinary Humanities Center seeks a graduate student to help design and implement a communications project that consists of creating a database of faculty on campus who are involved in publicly-engaged teaching and research. Applications are due December 15.


Recap of workshop on trends in academic publishing


On Monday, November 14, the UCSB Library's Sherri L. Barnes led a lunchtime brown bag info session where she presented an overview of ​academic publishing today. This article contains useful handouts, slides, and resources from the workshop.


2017 Competition for the iBiology Young Scientist Seminars


Calling all Ph.D.s and postdocs in the biological sciences. Do you have an interesting research story? Do you want to get your research broadcasted to the world? Apply to the Young Scientist Seminars competition ​to win money, invaluable communication training, and the chance of a lifetime!


Virtual career fair for people with disabilities

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The Bender Virtual Career Fair is an online recruiting event where job seekers with disabilities meet employers across the nation. This event is free for students and alumni with disabilities and provides an end-to-end accessible technology platform.


Global-Popular Conference on November 11-12

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This two-day international conference seeks to theorize the conjugation of the global-popular. ​The objective is to develop the categories and frameworks that capture the multi-sited and multi-scalar ​nature of the global-popular without resorting to simplistic binaries.


Apply to be a Writing Program TA for 2017-18


The Writing Program is now accepting applications for 2017-18 TA positions. If you are interested in teaching Writing 2, the required lower division (Area A1) course at UCSB, be sure to submit an application by January 27.


Share your entrepreneur story!

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Share your story for a free t-shirt and chance to win lunch with UC President Janet Napolitano and Senior Vice President of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Christine Gulbranson.


CSEP hiring photonics industry liaisons

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The Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships (CSEP) is currently hiring for two new positions starting in Winter 2017 to conduct interviews with photonics companies to assess their workforce needs. This opportunity is most useful for photonics students but others are welcome to apply.


How can GauchoSpace Support help you?

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Attention all faculty, teaching assistants, and staff: GauchoSpace Support has services beyond email ticketing help! They also assist with gradebooks, assignments and quizzes, and even offer specialized trainings and advanced workshops. Check out their services and let them help you!


Upcoming deadline: William & Mary's Graduate Research Symposium


All graduate students currently enrolled in American Studies, Anthropology, Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, History, Physics, Psychology, and Public Policy are invited to submit an abstract to William & Mary's 16th Graduate Research Symposium. The deadline is November 25.


Upcoming information sessions

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Join the upcoming information sessions to learn more about opportunities within the satellite systems and biotech industries. The information sessions will help you learn more about career paths within each industry and how you can join their efforts.


FATHOM information session on November 8

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FATHOM is a tech company focused on using 3-D printing for prototype fabrication. They are seeking applicants from all fields for jobs ranging from customer service to sales, engineering to office management. Join their virtual information session to learn more!


Employment Opportunity: UCSB Crossroads Project Coordinator

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The Graduate Division seeks a project coordinator to develop and deliver modules and workshops to graduate students on pedagogy and interdisciplinary scholarship, as well as to provide general support to the Crossroads program and its assessment. Priority deadline is November 21.


Paid internship at Johns Hopkins University


If you’re a graduate student in engineering, mathematics, physics, or computer science and would like to strengthen your preparation for a technical career, the Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory Technology Leadership Scholars (ATLAS) Program is designed for you.


Job board for tenure-track positions in the liberal arts

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A great resource for available liberal arts tenure-track positions is through the Liberal Arts Diversity Officers (LADO) Consortium. Currently, there are approximately 170 tenure-track positions available, ranging from Anthropology to Native American Studies and Environmental Justice.