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The Santa Barbara Education Foundation (SBEF) promotes community investment in public education to ensure equity and access to an innovative, world-class education that inspires confidence, competence, and creativity in every student in the Santa Barbara Unified School District. Created by educators and parents in 1985, the Santa Barbara Education Foundation is the only organization with a mission to fund, develop, and support education programs for all 15,000 students in the school district.
James Boothe, CFA, CIO and Portfolio Manager of Santa Barbara Asset Management provides nn insight into Santa Barbara’s high-quality dividend focused investment process and what we look for both in the US and globally.
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MAY 1, 2012 - GLOBAL GENERAL STRIKE, INTERNATIONAL WORKER's DAY, SOLIDARITY WITH IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES! Occupy Santa Barbara's event: http://www.facebook.com/events/288775281204803/ More information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Workers%27_Day http://strikeisaverb.net/ http://howistrike.tumblr.com/ http://whyistrike.tumblr.com/ http://strikeeverywhere.org/ NO WORK - NO SCHOOL - NO BUYING - NO SELLING - NO BANKING - NO TRADING THE PEOPLE OF THE PLANET WILL TAKE TO THE STREETS We are calling on all people of the world to start planning NOW for a Global Strike. The goal is to shut down commerce worldwide and show the 1% we will not be taken for granted, we will not be silenced, WE WILL NOT MOVE until our grievances are redressed. GENERAL STRIKE AND BOYCOTT CALLED! FOR IM...
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Donors share their stories on how they are working with the Santa Barbara Foundation to build better communities. The Wondolowski's - Mike and Diane's Story Mike and Diane Wondolowski have been supporters of the Santa Barbara Foundation for nearly 20 years. "We really like that it is a community foundation. It's answerable to the community. It's run by people who are part of the community." The issues of environment, education, and social justice have driven the Wondolowski's philanthropic relationship with the Santa Barbara Foundation.
American Riviera Bank is the premier relationship bank in the greater Santa Barbara area. FDIC and EHL www.americanrivierabank.com Music is "This is Everything (Instrumental Version)", by Josh Woodard, used under the Creative Commons Attribution license.
At Vintage apartments, you will find a Santa Barbara-style garden village combining the allure of tropical greenery and beautiful Santa Barbara-style architecture. Enjoy a lifestyle of casual sophistication, full of many appointments and thoughtful comforts, in Vintage's exceptional one and two-bedroom residences and three-bedroom townhomes. Vintage is easily accessible to I-10, I-15, I-210 and Hwy 60. A short drive will take you to Los Angeles, Hollywood, Disneyland, Palm Springs and the San Bernardino Mountains. See more of the Vintage Apartments http://www.equityapartments.com/california/inland-empire-apartments/ontario/vintage-apartments.aspx See reviews of the Vintage Apartments http://www.equityapartments.com/california/inland-empire-apartments/ontario/vintage-apartments-reviews.as...
On March 8th of 2017, SBCC students, staff, and members of the community came together to celebrate women and rally behind equity, justice, and fundamental human rights.
Jim Boothe, CFA, Santa Barbara Asset Management CIO and Portfolio Manager, discusses why 2016 may be an inflection point for dividend growth – a result of the recent interest rate hike, continued volatility and external factors on several sectors.
Joe Parker at The Santa Barbara Group Berkshire Hathaway real estate talks about the importance of preserving your homes equity by limiting the use of home equity lines of credit. The housing market is in it's fifth year of an upswing and everything is cyclical. You don't want to be over leverage if things correct. Another thing to consider is selling your income property if it's highly leveraged and not producing a solid cash flow. The Santa Barbara Group at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Properties 3868 State Street Santa Barbara, CA 93105 (805) 886-5735
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Author and anti-racist activist Tim Wise speaks about the importance of being a white ally to communities of color, and how we can all work together to create a healthier community on campuses and in the world beyond. Wise spoke as part of UCSB’s Resilient Love in a Time of Hate series. Recorded on 01/25/2017. Series: "Voices" [Show ID: 31995]
This is the full archive of a CCC/CSU panel from the 2017 Online Teaching Conference. Panelists include: Michelle Pacansky-Brock, Ray Kaupp, Fabiola Torres, Josh Ramirez, and Kim Vose. Full resource site here: tiny.cc/humanizing-otc17 Online classes are key to improving access to college and degree attainment rates among California’s underserved student populations. However, data shows that achievement gaps are exacerbated when underrepresented students learn online. This panel will consider the instructional elements that contribute to this problem and explore strategies for designing and facilitating culturally sensitive online classes that are more likely to support the success of underrepresented students.
Site visits, sponsored by professional associations in STEM, are a potentially powerful tool departments might use to investigate the work climate, to identify the factors contributing to “climate issues,” and to institutionalize practical approaches that improve the climate for minorities and women. Panelists will review the site visit process and its potential for generating inclusive and innovative work environments for STEM faculty. Meg Urry Yale University; Omer Blaes, Professor, Physics, UC Santa Barbara; Angelica Stacy, Associate Vice Provost, Faculty Equity and Welfare, and Professor, Chemistry, UC Berkeley; Moderator: Louise Kellogg, Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, and Director, Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, UC Davis. Recorded on 04/23/2014. Series: "UC AD...
Antioch University Santa Barbara partnered with the RAND Corporation to offer this opportunity to engage with experts on end-of-life care. They provide insights on the social, psychological, familial, moral, and medical dimensions of end-of-life care, including economic costs; issues around access, equity, and patterns of health care; and legal issues, such as the use of opiates. Featured speaker Karl Lorenz provides context for the topic based on his research at RAND, and the following discussion is structured "in the round," with audience member participation. Please join us in conversation about the things no one wants to talk about, but we all want to know about.
Moderator Ryan Shadrick Wilson, Senior Advisor, Milken Institute; Former Chief Strategy Officer and General Counsel, Partnership for a Healthier America Speakers Arian Foster, Founder, Arian Foster Family Foundation; Former NFL Player Kara Roell, Co-Founder and Managing Director, VMG Partners James Rogers, CEO and Science Director, Apeel Sciences Patrick Smith, Founder and CEO, Power Supply Collective Adam Waglay, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Butterfly Equity The food industry is changing rapidly. While many of the biggest food companies are looking to shift gears to meet evolving consumer preferences and needs, innovative new companies and investors have emerged as leaders in the space. Amid calls for greater transparency, a crippling obesity crisis, and the continued need to feed the world's ...
State Senator Jackie Speier (D- San Mateo/San Francisco) discusses the current status of women faculty within the University of California. Speier looks at gender equity, impacts of childbearing on the advancement of women faculty, and recruitment and hiring practices. Series: Voices [Humanities] [Show ID: 8473]
America is in the midst of a caregiving crisis. Child care policy has been ignored for decades by policymakers, many of whom still view care during the preschool years as a private responsibility. More: http://www.newamerica.org/nyc/events/unequal-birth/ The Care Index, a data set developed by New America's Better Life Lab and Care.com, and the New America Care Report, one of the most comprehensive analyses on the subject to date, found that the early care and learning infrastructure in the United States is a patchwork, forcing families to make trade-offs between cost, quality, and availability. Children from disadvantaged communities, whose parents often work low-wage, inflexible jobs, suffer most. But, across America, the lack of affordable care forces families to make painful compromi...
Dr. Shaun Harper's Equity and Diversity in Higher Education course at the University of Pennsylvania is hosting a series of panels with current undergraduate students. This week's session centers on undergraduate men from around the United States. We will be discussing contemporary issues in higher education and creating a dialogue between students and administrators. Screenshot Image Description: [Latino male wearing dark green sweater hoodie with words "University of California Santa Barbara", and fitted cap on head with some hairline showing. His hands are up and mouth in midst of talking. On the lower right-hand corner are several boxes in a row displaying the other speakers/panelists: on the furthest left - woman and man looking at the screen, wearing dark colors; next box - young m...
The 8th Annual New Venture Competition pits five finalist student teams in competition before judges from high tech and venture capital companies. The student teams from the University of California at Santa Barbara present their new products and vie for awards in the categories of: Best Pitch, Best Business Plan, DOW Materials Use, and Alumni Choice. Series: Technology Management Program [7/2007] [Business] [Show ID: 13019]
The Great Transformation, Or How We (Just) Avoided a Climate Catastrophe A historian in 2050 looks back at the first half of the century. Presented at the UC Santa Barbara virtual conference: The World In 2050: Creating/Imagining Just Climate Futures October 2016 Presented by Jeremy R. Lent More at: www.jeremylent.com Further reading: The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for Meaning – Prometheus Books, May 2017
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The California-Santa Barbara Burning Skirts take on California-Berkeley Rhythym Method in the women's division title game at the 1991 UPA College Championships. (Note: this footage is without commentary) (Note: this footage is without commentary) (Note: this game is without commentary)
Pour on the rum on the wound
And send kisses through a postcard
The winter has come
Straight to the bones
Wile you're still rubbing your eyes
Let the wax dry on the pulps
Prayers are becoming courses
Salt-away heart/cuttlebone knife
...nobody loves as i love you tonight!
Far away from here
Where the sky is getting clear
The blueberries float
In the outdoor washtubs
And my hampered fingers
As a compass without a needle
It will never end
Looking for your hands
Over the foam of the waves
The tail of the whale
Over and over