Professor, author and former provost outlines her vision for the Carpinteria-based graduate school's 'time of transition'
The plan would cut costs by two-thirds for eligible students attending UC and CSU schools
Modifications to academic schedule allow for more classroom instruction for students
Funding helps fill needs of SBHS programs, including supplies for the physics, biology and chemistry labs
School's 'Pride' section puts a flourish on Royals' basketball victory
Three forums will be held in February to discuss course offerings, fees and the proposed Center for Lifelong Learning.
Santa Barbara family’s involvement with local preschool spans three generations
Funding will be used to increase student degree completion and transfer rates
Adam Pesce and Danielle Robinson are the co-creators of Splinters
, showing Sunday at Metro 4
Freshman says vacation footage captured in Europe turned into 'one of my better films'
Day program aims to inspire students with action-packed, hands-on activities
Students illustrate a new book about how Rex adopted the school, with proceeds to pay for food and vet care
Executive Director Ben Romo says Partners programs and community volunteers have proven to be invaluable resources for local students
Observance kicks off with Family Mass and open house
Simons Foundation will provide financial assistance to supplement sabbatical leaves
Career woman leads by example, and is as proud of her three successful interns as she is of her own children
Feb. 2 talk will be part of the First Thursday Breakfast Club speaker series
2012 rankings put UCSB at No. 16 among all large universities in the nation
Reserved tickets available for the neuropsychologist's Feb. 3 talk at Santa Barbara Montessori School
Morning event for parents will include a campus tour and reception
Citizen oversight committees for 2008's Measures H and I report back to the board about how the funds were used
Both have been inducted into Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouting’s honor society
Facing a possible $5.5 million revenue loss, Superintendent Dave Cash says 'everything has to be on the table'
Sixth- through ninth-grade students engage in critical thinking and hands-on projects with a focus on real-world applications
Opening reception on Feb. 3 will celebrate 'A Day in the Life at Carpinteria High School'
Latest contribution brings the company's total support to $52,000
Community Action Commission extends its appreciation to Rep. Lois Capps for her support in ensuring the program's success
Superintendent Kathy Boomer announced her retirement last week
Launched in 2008, The Academy gives students who might otherwise drop out of high school an opportunity to re-engage in both school and life
Eighth-grader Scott Voulgaris is selling socks to raise money to fight a condition affecting his younger brother
Longtime educator will return to the classroom full time next school year
Enjoy pony rides, face painting and more on Sunday in celebration of the school's 150th birthday
System changes will begin to take shape in the coming months, with the board discussing policy and selecting a junior high school for a 2012-13 pilot program
School constructs new buildings and facilities, renews historic buildings and establishes $17 million in endowment funds
Rep. Capps will be honored as California's '2012 Friend Head Start' for her support of state programs
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