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Friday
May292015

UCSB Graduate Division Debuts Graduate Education Magazine

The inaugural UC Santa Barbara Graduate Education magazine.The UC Santa Barbara Graduate Division is pleased to announce the publication of the inaugural Graduate Education magazine. The magazine, which was more than a year in the making, showcases the “spirited and creative thinkers” who make up UC Santa Barbara’s graduate student body.

In a “Message from the Dean” in this Spring 2015 issue, Graduate Division Dean Carol Genetti said: “While each of the students profiled in the magazine is on a unique path, you will find that they share common elements: dedication to groundbreaking research, invaluable faculty mentorship, and a commitment to using their education for the greater good. These stories show how students transition from their graduate programs into a wide range of careers and how years later their UC Santa Barbara graduate education still shapes their lives.”

The inaugural issue contains nearly a dozen articles on current graduate students, accomplished alums, exceptional programs, and one very special donor, philanthropist Michael Towbes. You’ll find articles featuring brains and a “genius”; biotech trailblazers and a goddess guru; a history-making feminist and a Large Hadron Collider scientist; and more. Dean Genetti says the magazine will be an annual publication from the Graduate Division.

We hope you will take some time to read this magazine, presented in flipbook fashion for easy viewing, and be inspired by the stories of our incredible graduate talent. The Graduate Education magazine truly celebrates you, our graduate students.

 

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