A group from the Bren School is collaborating on a yearlong project to assess ecosystems and habitats.
Teachers, staff pack store for shopping discounts, refreshments and music.
The state grant will support projects and the development of a state-of-the-art facility.
Thousand Oaks school awarding degrees to 592 undergrads, 392 graduate and doctoral students.
Few realize the South Coast is the birthplace of the commerical deep-sea diving industry. Award-winning SBCC professor Don Barthelmess aims to get the word out.
Evelyn Hu, William Murdoch and James Thomson receive the prestigious honor for their achievements in research.
Industry leaders, professionals and students can network while learning more about the emerging technology.
The school celebrates completion of the $5.4 million project, backed by Measure V bond funds.
Geology researcher Harry Cook, class of 1953, is the Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.
A fledgling program delivers violin instruction to nearly every fourth-grader in Santa Barbara. Its two instructors hope they're just tuning up.
Teachers, psychologists, special-ed aides, health assistants and a junior high assistant principal are among the imminent cuts.
With school funding crisis forcing administrators' hands, San Marcos teachers fear block class schedule is at risk. Here's a Noozhawk primer on the program's process and popularity.
Craig Morgan, who had been at the school five years, is a 35-year educator.
4,200 expected to accept from record application pool. GPAs and SATR scores are highest ever.
Thanks to the generosity of the Pinner family, school can close the book on its $4.2 million fund-raising project.
Some 1,500 students, faculty and dignitaries turn out for inauguration ceremony — and to hear from Steve Forbes.
Combination of white T-shirts, long blue shorts and knee-high socks may soon be on the list of fashion no-nos — at least at school.
San Marcos High teachers fear block schedule will be among new casualties as Santa Barbara school board tackles shortfall.
One parent is on a campaign to persuade Santa Barbarans to donate their tax rebate checks to the cash-starved K-12 district.
Tuesday the Santa Barbara School Districts Board of Education approved a $150,000 loan to Deputy Superintendent Eric D. Smith to help him secure housing in the area. The loan was part of the contract agreement used to attract Smith to the districts.
Santa Barbara school board votes to lend $150,000 to new deputy superintendent for housing assistance.
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