2005 Safety Report Available
The annual UCSB safety report, “Dedicated to the Safety of
Our Community: The Clery Act Campus Security Report,” is available online at: <http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/policies/CleryAct/
The report includes statistics for the past three years concerning reported
crimes that occurred on campus, in off-campus buildings or on property owned
or controlled by the University, and on public property adjacent to the campus.
A hard copy of this report is available from Barbra Ortiz, x7884.
HONORS & AWARDS
Guillermo C. Bazan
, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, was selected by the American Chemical Society for its Cope Scholar Award, which recognizes excellence in organic chemistry. It comes with a $40,000 unrestricted research grant.
, a professor of materials and mechanical engineering, was recently elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of “internationally renowned research leadership” in composites and advanced materials. No more than 60 Fellows are invited to join each year.
, professor of physics, has been named one of two winners of the prestigious 2007 Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics for contributions that have “launched major research areas in quantum field theory, string theory, and gravity.”
, assistant professor of computer science, has been featured among the 35 top young innovators in science and technology by MIT’s Technology Review magazine. His research could lead to piggy-backed Internet networks that can heal themselves.
, former manager of mail services, has been promoted to acting manager of finances and special projects for business services. He joined UCSB in 1998 after a number of years in private industry as customer service and marketing manager.
Cynthia T. Bible, a graduate adviser in the Psychology Department, died at her home on Sept. 28 after a long fight against a brain tumor. The Culver City, Calif., native was 52. She was hired in 1988. Surviving her are her husband, Rob, two daughters, a mother, and two brothers.
Kathryn “Kay” Schwalenberg, a former Student Health Service cashier and clerk, died at her home on Sept. 29. The Santa Barbara native was 72. She retired in 1993 after more than 14 years of service. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Toby, two sons, two daughters, two brothers, and 10 grandchildren.