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2008 Theme: GLOBALIZATION AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP



Change begins with learning . . .

SUPPORT UCSB READS

UCSB Reads is an exciting, award-winning library initiative that has developed into a collaborative campus and community effort to encourage everyone to read the featured book and then participate in related discussions and activities on campus and in the community. It's a wonderful way to engage learners and to connect with the campus community. With your help, we will continue to contribute to the understanding of the world around us.

Private donations are essential to building and sustaining compelling outreach programs such as "UCSB Reads." For more information about investing in this dynamic library initiative, please contact:

    Kimberly A. Thompson
    Director, Library Development and Outreach
    (805) 893-5732; thompson@library.ucsb.edu

Or, for further information about giving to the UCSB Libraries, please visit the website Support the UCSB Libraries.


We gratefully acknowledge our sponsors of the 2008 UCSB Reads. Thank you!




Photos from the 2007 UCSB Reads event

           
              Chancellor Yang reads for Earth Day                                     Book giveaway event in the Library, with EVC Gene Lucas

   
Students line up to get their free copy of Field Notes From a Catastrophe,
the featured book for the 2007 "UCSB Reads."



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Last modified: 01/28/08