Canned Food Drive Ends Jan. 31
Nonperishable food will be collected until Jan. 31 by Transportation and Parking Services for its extended Campus Cares Canned Food Drive. All donations will go to the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County. Collection barrels are located at the T&PS office, the north end of the Mesa Parking Structure (Mesa 18), and UCen Plaza.
HONORS & AWARDS
Tsuyoshi “Toshi” Hasegawa
, professor of history and co-director of the Center for Cold War Studies, was honored with the 10th Shiba Ryotaro Award for the Japanese translation of his book “Racing the Enemy: Stalin, Truman, and the Surrender of Japan.” Named after a popular Japanese writer, it recognizes Hasegawa’s writing ability as well as historical accuracy.
, professor of chemical engineering and materials, has been awarded the honorary degree of doctor of engineering from the University of South Florida. He joined the UCSB faculty in 1986.
, Communications Services’ customer relations manager, has been recognized for his years of service to the nonprofit Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics, a health care provider system for low-income area families, including those in Isla Vista. He received a plaque “in honor and gratitude” for six years as president of the clinics’ Board of Directors.
, a former graphic designer and marketing manager for Carpinteria-based World Publications, is the new senior artist for Arts and Lectures. She has worked for a design agency in Santa Barbara and, since 2000, has freelanced her writing and design services.
, manager of Central Stores, has expanded his responsibilities to supervise the mail services and receiving departments for the Office of Business Services. A 24-year campus veteran, he will continue to work on strategic sourcing projects for UCSB.
, assistant to the vice chancellor for research since 1996, has been selected research issues analyst for the Office of Research after a campuswide search. She replaced Nancy Doner, who retired after 22 years at UCSB.
, former administrative analyst for the College of Letters and Science, has been promoted to office manager for the Department of Black Studies. The UCSB alumna has worked here since 2000.