The dedicated philanthropist and entrepreneur contributed to the COE, the university, and the UC system for nearly thirty years.
Richard Auhll, photograph by Matt Perko
Sep 25, 2023
The life of Gaucho alumnus José Hernandez (MS ’86) is depicted in the new Amazon film A Million Miles Away.
Sep 15, 2023
José Hernandez made the dramatic journey from migrant farmworker to Space Station astronaut.
The charred facade of one of Lahaina's signature waterfront businesses. Photograph by Staff Sgt. Matthew A. Foster/ Wikimedia commons
Aug 29, 2023
Nonprofit with links to UCSB sends helpful technology to Lahaina.
Alex Mei, 2023 University Award of Distinction recipient
Jul 11, 2023
Computer science graduate student honored for dedication to student success.
Capstone project client Steve Ferreira (center) with (from right): Tyler Susko and team members James Freda, Carlos Rivera, Janna Crocker, Joseph Byun, and Cannon Crow. Photograph by Lilli McKinney
May 31, 2023
On June 9, don't miss the annual Engineering Capstone Expo, featuring 26 exciting projects, including this one.
Tresa Pollock (far right) and others from UCSB meet with U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves (far left). Photograph by Jeff Liang
Dec 07, 2022
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce meets with UCSB students and faculty as part of 2022 CHIPS and Science Act.
Art Gossard with the molecular beam epitaxy instrument he largely invented.
Jul 17, 2022
One of the true giants of materials science has died.
Professor James Logan Merz, a pioneer in III-IV compound semiconductors.
Jul 08, 2022
The former professor served as chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and as an associate vice chancellor at UCSB.
Professor Noel MacDonald
Jun 30, 2022
He was a pioneer in the field of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology and nanotechnology.
Apr 13, 2022
Materials and Chemical Engineering are ranked among the nation's best graduate programs.
The College of Engineering celebrates Women's History Month.
Mar 10, 2022
The College of Engineering pays tribute to pioneering women who have made tremendous contributions to engineering.
Sherylle Mills Englander
Mar 01, 2022
Sherylle Mills Englander brings broad industry-partnership experience to the California NanoSystems Institute.
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