Barry Goldwater Scholarship - UC Santa Barbara
The Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC Santa Barbara is one of the most respected schools of its kind in the nation. Offering both master’s and doctorate degrees, it is among a handful of schools in the United States – and the only one in the West – that integrate science, management, law, economics, and policy as part of an interdisciplinary approach to environmental problem-solving ().
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Learning and discovery rarely take place in a vacuum. UC Santa Barbara is home to a number of deeply collaborative projects that network students and faculty from across the arts, humanities, and sciences. For example, a recent project brought together faculty from Film and Media Studies; Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology; Sociology; History and Anthropology; English; and East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies in order to consider the issue of impending sea level rise ().
Situated on a 1,000-acre promontory that overlooks the Pacific Ocean, the UC Santa Barbara campus is one of the most beautiful in the nation. If you have not done so already, click the image on the top of this page for a short but sweeping video tour of the campus ().
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We are engaging the UCSB and wider Santa Barbara community in an exciting, year-long program to critically consider the ways in which climate change has irrevocably and dangerously altered the world we live in, arguing that we cannot shrink from the challenge it presents. The series features compelling public lectures, campus-wide talks, panels and workshops, a film series, creative projects, and reading groups, culminating in a conference.
Gay and Lesbian Business Association of Santa Barbara Scholarship
UC Santa Barbara is home to more than 70 faculty members who teach courses that address issues in the environmental humanities. Over 90% of these are tenured or tenure-track professors. Our faculty also does groundbreaking research, having collectively published dozens of books and hundreds of articles in the environmental humanities. Books include After the Grizzly: Endangered Species and the Politics of Place in California, Balancing on a Planet: The Future of Food and Agriculture, Ecocriticism: The Essential Reader, Humans in the Landscape: An Introduction to Environmental Studies, Environmental Criticism for the 21st Century, The Rights of Nature: A History of Environmental Ethics, Catastrophe in the Making: The Engineering of Katrina and the Disasters of Tomorrow, Milton and Ecology, & Wilderness and the American Mind ( on EH faculty; on faculty books; ).