Sheridan Smith Semple

Sheridan Smith Semple

Unveiling the Dark Places: Urbanization, Economic Change, and Gender-Based Violence | New Security B...

University of California, Santa Barbara - “Sexual violence plays a special role as a form of violence and as a form of terror and torture,” said Alison Brysk, a Wilson Center fellow and Mellichamp chair of global governance at the University of California Santa Barbara. Yet the connections between gender-based violence and ...

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Tolerant College Professors

University of California, Santa Barbara - The professor at the heart of the controversy is Mireille Miller-Young, an associate professor whose area of emphasis is black cultural studies, pornography and sex work, according to her faculty webpage...

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Fascist Professor of Pornography and Prostitution Violently Attacks Free Speech Rights of Pro Life P...

University of California, Santa Barbara - Had space permitted I could have gone on and on with other examples such as the one provided by Mireille Miller-Young. Ms. Miller-Young is an Associate Professor in the Feminist Studies Department (and you wondered why today’s college graduates can’t get a job) at the University ...

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UCSB Laser Research Paves Path for Next-Gen Silicon Photonics | EE Times

University of California, Santa Barbara - An optical micrograph of the fabricated laser devices (Photo courtesy of Alan Liu, University of California Santa Barbara) The efficiencies achieved with VCSELs is a critical factor in reducing the overall energy consumption of optical interconnects used in datacenters, and integrated ...

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A Brush with Art: Focusing on what’s there but can’t be seen | The Coast News

University of California, Santa Barbara - Sean Keany relaxes at his Leucadia home with a painting from his “Ports” series. Photo by Photo courtesy of Gray Richards Sean Keany’s subject matter comes from internal chakras, radio waves among other unseen energies Artist Sean Keany creates images that reflect his ...

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‘Hard Candy’ Bites Deep into Pollock | The Bottom Line (UCSB)

University of California, Santa Barbara - ... Santa Barbara’s screening of the Sundance Film Festival hit “Hard Candy.” After the psychological mystery haunted audiences Hitchcock-style, crowds were treated to a Q&A with screenwriter Brian Nelson and producer Richard Hutton as part of the Carsey-Wolf Center’s “Script to Screen” series...

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RICHARD BEENE: Bakersfield Observed, a blog about life, media, ... - BakersfieldCalifornian.com

University of California, Santa Barbara - Ellen Bartling, a former standout tennis player at Stockdale High School and now a graduate of University of California Santa Barbara working in the oil industry, is helping in promoting the event. The matches start from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Greenlawn Funeral Home is holding a special ...

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Do majors matter? - Student Life - Student Voice

University of California, Santa Barbara - Steven Gantenbein graduated from University of California Santa Barbara with a Bachelors degree in psychology. Originally his plan was to become a teacher for a subject in which the degree would not matter, then move onto Grad school. After college Gantenbein worked at an outdoors ...

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Annotations

University of California, Santa Barbara - This article, written by John Foran, a Sociology professor from the University of California Santa Barbara who specializes in 20th century Latin American revolutions and radical social change presents an interesting social-historical synthesis of the Cuban Revolution. His treatment is ...

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TrackR, The Coin-Shaped Dongles That Help You Locate Lost Items, Now Talk To Each Other | Networld I...

University of California, Santa Barbara - Formerly known as Phone Halo, the company was founded by Chris Herbert and Christian Smith back in 2009, as a spinoff from a project at the University of California Santa Barbara’s engineering school the year prior. TrackR’s initial device, the “WalletTrackR” (designed, as the name ...

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