Graduate Student Organization Series: meet WiSE!

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Looking to find community on campus? The Graduate Student Organization Series features profiles of social, professional, and affinity groups for graduate students to help you expand your personal and professional communities. This article features WiSE: Womxn in Science and Engineering. Read on to find out how you can get involved!

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Spring 2021 Queer Trans Identity & Experience Seminars (QTies)

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Come learn how to support LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty through through the RCSGD QTie seminars! QTie Seminars are designed to provide professional and personal development for students, faculty, and staff at UCSB regarding LGBTQ identities and experiences. With an awareness that all forms of oppression are inherently interconnected, these seminars will focus on LGBTQ identity, experience, and culture through a social justice and intersectional lens. Read on to learn more!

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Graduate Student Organization Series: meet BGSA!

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Looking to find community? The Graduate Student Organization Series features profiles of social, professional, and affinity groups for graduate students to help you expand your personal and professional communities. This article features the Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA). Read on to find out how you can get involved!

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Graduate Student Organization Series: meet SACNAS!

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Looking to find community on campus? The Graduate Student Organization Series features profiles of social, professional, and affinity groups for graduate students to help you expand your personal and professional communities. This article features the Society for Advancement of Chicanxs and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS). Read on to find out how you can get involved!

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Graduate Student Organization Series: meet the Photonics Society!

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Looking to find community on campus? The Graduate Student Organization Series features profiles of social, professional, and affinity groups for graduate students to help you expand your personal and professional communities. This article features the Photonics Society. Read on to find out how you can get involved (their next general meeting is on April 21)!

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Graduate Student Organization Series: meet APIGSA!

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Looking to find community on campus? The Graduate Student Organization Series features profiles of social, professional, and affinity groups for graduate students to help you expand your personal and professional communities. This article features the Asian Pacific Islander Graduate Student Alliance (APIGSA). Read on to find out how you can get involved!

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UCSB Library event: Do Environmental Markets Cause Environmental Injustice?

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The UCSB Library is hosting a special talk on Tuesday, April 20 at 4pm titled "Do Environmental Markets Cause Environmental Injustice?" Danae Hernandez Cortes, Economics Ph.D. candidate (and our 2021 Grad Slam People's Choice Awardee!), will be presenting alongside Kyle Meng, Associate Professor at the Bren School of Environmental Management and the Department of Economics. Sign up to attend!

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Spring 2021 at the MCC

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Check out the Multicultural Center (MCC) Spring 2021 calendar of events! All events are open to the general public and community; all events are free unless stated otherwise.

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GSA Elections next week!

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Mark your calendars for the 2021 UCSB Graduate Student Association Elections NEXT WEEK, running from April 19 through April 22. Read on to learn more about the process and to read the GSA's voter guide!

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USS Immigrant Resilience Week April 12-16

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This year, Immigrant Resilience Week at UCSB will take place from April 12-16, 2021. Join this week's events and help raise awareness and support for undocumented students and the immigrant community at UC Santa Barbara. Read on to learn more!

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RCSGD event: Let's Talk About Kink

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Want to learn more about kink and BDSM? Got questions? Join this special Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity (RCSGD) event on April 13! Panelists will discuss what kink and BDSM are, kink and consent, and different types of kinks, followed by a Q&A. Read on to learn more!

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Art of the Op-Ed: How to Reach Audiences Beyond the Academy

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The process of cultivating academic scholarship can often feel siloed within the narrow confines of the ivory tower. Join the STS Futures Initiative on April 8th (4-6pm PST) to hear how you might retool your academic work into writing palatable for audiences beyond the academy. Read on to learn more!

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Coastal Fund photo contest

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The Coastal Fund was created and is funded by the students at the University of California, Santa Barbara in order to preserve and enhance the ecological integrity of the coastal habitats at the University. The Fund is excited to present its 2021 Photo Contest, with the theme of "New Beginnings"! Capture the moments you've experienced on the coast, whether that is watching shorebirds feed on the beach, gazing at what is revealed at low tide, or watching a beautiful sunset. Submissions are due by Friday, April 30. Read on to learn more!

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UCSB Race to Justice Spring 2021

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UCSB Arts & Lectures announces Race to Justice Spring 2021 virtual events, part of A&L’s season-long, in-depth look at systemic racism. This effort engages leading activists, creatives and thinkers to expand our understanding of racism and how race impacts society and to inspire an expansive approach to advancing racial equality. All UCSB students can access the Race to Justice events for free. Read on to learn more!

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Climate Justice Symposium for Transforming Education

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The Climate Justice Symposium for Transforming Education, hosted by CSU and UC, is free and open to anyone interested in attending. Sessions will be offered in a mix of pre-recorded and live formats between April 28th through May 1st. They are also seeking proposals for lightning talks from faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students who would like to present 3-5 slides in 5-7 minutes on one of their core conference topic focuses. Cash prizes will be awarded to the most popular talks.

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UC reaches open access agreement with Elsevier

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The University of California recently announced a transformative open access agreement with Elsevier, the world’s largest academic publisher. The new four-year agreement will go into effect on April 1, 2021, restoring UC’s direct online access to Elsevier journals and doubling the number of articles covered by current UC open access agreements. Read on for more details!

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