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UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events March 2, 2021 Top News An online discussion and Q&A wi

UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events [UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events] [UC Santa Barbara]( March 2, 2021 Top News [COVID-19 Prevention and Intervention]( An online discussion and Q&A with campus experts explores the science of COVID-19 vaccines and other, non-pharmaceutical interventions. [Read more about the webinar ▶]( [Coronavirus]( [More Eyes on the Virus]( UC Santa Barbara, Cottage Health and Santa Barbara County Public Health roll out a COVID-19 variant surveillance collaboration. [Read more about this collaboration ▶]( [Farmer Feeding Fish]( [A Tangled Food Web]( Trophic levels are an ‘insufficient’ measure of sustainability for today’s aquaculture policy. [Read more about food web ecology ▶]( [More News]( Featured Events [Women and child gathering food]( [CWC Virtual: Gather]( March 2, 2021 Filmmakers Sanjay Rawal and Alexander Meillier join Capps Center Director Greg Johnson to discuss their portrait of Native American food sovereignty. [State Street, Santa Barbara]( [EFP Informs: A Walk Up State Street]( March 4, 2021 Professor Peter Rupert, Gene Deering and Kristen Miller discuss the state of State Street, block by block. [Michelle Alexander]( [Michelle Alexander]( March 4, 2021 The New York Times columnist and acclaimed author of “The New Jim Crow” speaks with sociology professor Victor Rios. [More Events]( UC Santa Barbara In The News [Voice of America]( [Dogs Sniff Out COVID-19]( At a dog training center in Myakka City, Florida, Heather Junqueira, founder of BioScent, brings a four-year-old beagle, Noel, into a room with stainless-steel canisters, several containing samples of COVID-19. [Read More ▶]( [Axios via Yahoo!]( [We should be less worried about robots killing jobs than being forced to work like robots]( More than outright destroying jobs, automation is changing employment in ways that will weigh on workers. [Read More ▶]( [The Telegraph]( [Biden is hiking up the cost of carbon. It will change how US tackles global warming]( President Joe Biden on Friday dramatically altered the way the U.S. government calculates the real-world cost of climate change, a move that could reshape a range of consequential decisions, from whether to allow new coal leasing on federal land to what sort of steel is used in taxpayer-funded infrastructure projects. [Read More ▶]( [SELF]( [The Pandemic Anniversary is Coming. Here’s How to Cope.]( Although the coronavirus was circulating in the United States in January 2020, last March was full of harrowing firsts. Whether you eventually experienced the illness firsthand or not, your life undoubtedly changed—perhaps even devastatingly—in March 2020, when COVID-19 became a household name in the U.S. [Read More ▶]( [Arts]( | [Science + Technology]( | [Society + Culture]( | [Campus + Community]( | [Athletics]( | [Calendar]( [UC Santa Barbara]( Connect with Us: [FB icon]( [Twitter icon]( [Vimeo icon]( [LinkedIn icon]( [YouTube icon]( [RSS icon]( Copyright © 2021 The Regents of the University of California. All Rights Reserved. Share this email: [Email]( [Twitter]( [Facebook]( [LinkedIn]( Choose the emails you would like to receive by[managing your preferences.]( If you do not wish to receive any emails from UC Santa Barbara Institutional Advancement (this includes event invitations, newsletters, networking opportunities and stories of philanthropy), you can [opt out of them ALL]( using TrueRemove® View this email [online](. [UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA | 93106 US](#) [This email was sent to {EMAIL}. To continue receiving our emails, add us to your address book.]({EMAIL})

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