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UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events March 11, 2021 Top News Study finds that conditions at

UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events [UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events] [UC Santa Barbara]( March 11, 2021 Top News [Syrian refugee makes coffee]( [The Pull of Home]( Study finds that conditions at home drive Syrian refugees’ decisions to return to their native country. [Read more about the findings ▶]( [bike hazard]( [Bicycling Safety Meets Citizen Science]( Geography professor Trisalyn Nelson applies her expertise to tackle bicycle safety and accessibility in urban settings. [Read more about the initiative ▶]( [scientist ]( [Peer Recognition]( Four professors are named fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. [Meet the AIMBE Fellows ▶]( [More News]( Featured Events [Sonia De Los Santos]( [Sonia De Los Santos]( March 13, 2021 Inspired by Latin American rhythms and North American folk traditions, the artist tells a universal, musical story with songs in Spanish and English. [Jose Andres chef]( [José Andrés]( March 14, 2021 The two-star Michelin chef speaks about his nonprofit, World Central Kitchen, which mobilizes volunteer chefs to prepare fresh, nourishing meals for people in need. [Prathama Banerjee]( [Prathama Banerjee]( March 15, 2021 The historian and political theorist discusses her book, “Elementary Aspects of the Political,” as part of the History of Art & Architecture series “Unlearning: Race, Space, Art." [More Events]( UC Santa Barbara In The News [CNBC]( [Here's everything you need to know about the social cost of greenhouse gases]( “This was a strong first step,” Tamma Carleton, an assistant economics professor at UC Santa Barbara’s Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, said of the reinstatement of the social cost of greenhouse gasses. [Read More ▶]( [VICE]( [Gen Z and Millennials Don’t Actually Hate Each Other]( In a study published in 2019, researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara found that intelligent people, as they age, believe that kids are less intelligent than they were; people who like to read believe younger generations don’t enjoy reading or don’t read much at all; people who had authoritarian tendencies increasingly believed that younger generations don’t respect their elders. [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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