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UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events March 18, 2021 Top News A groundbreaking study is the

UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events [UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events] [UC Santa Barbara]( March 18, 2021 Top News [Three Times the Gains]( A groundbreaking study is the first to map ocean areas that, if strongly protected, would help solve climate, food and biodiversity crises. [Read more about the potential safeguards ▶]( [A researcher interviewing a man]( [Parachute Failure]( A global group of scholars call for more equitable collaboration in cross-cultural social science. [Read more about fieldwork-based studies ▶]( [Plants growing in dirt]( [Path of Least Resistance]( A vine robot models how roots grow through soil. [Read more about the robophysical experiment ▶]( [More News]( Featured Events [Premodern Scroll]( [Medieval Studies Colloquium]( March 21, 2021 Scholars of Iberian, Middle Eastern and Medieval studies evaluate race in the premodern world and how it has structured these academic fields. [Christine Ho]( [Red and Inexpert]( March 25, 2021 Christine Ho, an associate professor of East Asian art, evaluates the ecological crisis in Mao-era riverscapes with a focus on the artists who captured it. [William Smith]( [“We Charge Genocide!”]( March 31, 2021 Professor William Smith of the University of Utah discusses the mental and physical tolls of racial battle fatigue among Black people. [More Events]( UC Santa Barbara In The News [Architectural Digest]( [A Closer Look at Sleep Habits We’ve Left Behind]( Our bedrooms and sleep routines have looked mighty different throughout the years [Read More ▶]( [Smithsonian]( [‘Underwater Roombas’ Scan Southern California Coast for DDT Barrels]( Hundreds of tons of the toxic chemical have likely littered the ocean floor near Santa Catalina Island for decades [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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