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UCSB's Nakamura, Nobel Prize winner

UCSB’s Shuji Nakamura wins Nobel Prize in physics

The 2014 Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to Shuji Nakamura, professor of materials and of electrical and computer engineering at UC Santa Barbara, and two others.

Learn the basics of UCOP compensation, this Wednesday, Oct. 8

You are invited to attend one of several workshops in October and November on Compensation Basics, which provides an overview of UCOP's compensation system.

This Wednesday, Oct. 8: Learn the basics before you start scanning

Learn the pros and cons of scanning your documents before you hit the scan button when Records Manager Laurie Sletten returns with Scanning 101 this Wednesday.

Doctor, by Liz Tamayo

UCOP ARTReach fall exhibit now open on Franklin’s 12th floor

UCOP ArtReach features a new exhibit with works by Yem Ling Fong, Andreas Johns, Meredith Steele and Liz Tamayo, now on display in 12311 Franklin and nearby walls.

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More MS Windows 7 workshops in October and November

UCOP's migration to Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010 will be complete by early next year, and UCOP is offering PC training workshops to prepare you for the transition.