Arent H. (Barry) Schuyler passed away on April 28, 2011 in Santa Barbara.
A memorial website is set up ob his behalf at: barryschuyler.info
Barry Schuyler passed away on April 28, but the energy, passion, and enthusiasm he gave to all who had the good fortune to know him ensures he will not be forgotten. It mattered not whether you knew him only in passing for a short time, had a long-term lasting friendship, or, as I did, had a lifetime with him as one of his four children; Barry made an impression. He was, according to our friend Jim Poett, “a passionate and indomitable advocate for the stuff of life.” At times mercurial, but always thoughtful and intelligent, he was the quintessential lifelong combination of teacher and student.......
Read more at his memorial website: barryschuyler.info
Opening Remarks and Representative Lois Caps at the UCSB ES Program's 40th Anniversary Celebration on April 24th, 2010.
Deb Callahan, UCSB ES Program Alumnus and President of the Heinz Center, lectured on "The Ideal of Environmentalism: The Next Forty Years" as part of the ES 40th Celebration in April 24, 2010.
Lecture titled "Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet" was given at the UCSB ES Program's 40th Anniversary Celebration on April 24th, 2010.
NOTE: Be patient with the lack of content during the first 25 seconds of the video, the actual presentation will start momentarily (this was originally filmed for TV).
The "Role of Santa Barbara in the Birth of the Modern Environmental Movement" was held on January 27, 2005 in the Falkner Gallery of Santa Barbara's Main Library and the taping of the event aired on Santa Barbara's Public Access TV Station (Channel 18) over the following months.
Hosted by UCSB's Environmental Studies Associates (ESA), the program included a 20 minute introduction by UCSB ES faculty member, Marc McGinnes, on Santa Barbara's long history of environmental activism, followed by a panel discussion with esteemed local activists, including: Selma Rubin, Bud Bottoms, Robert Sollen, Paul Relis, and an appearance by the ES Program's first Chair and UCSB emeritus faculty member, Rod Nash.
Environmental Studies at UCSB: Videos and Lectures
This channel contains a variety of videos produced and lectures recorded by the Environmental Studies Program at UCSB.
Also check out other ES Program Channels:
1. William "Bill" Freudenburg: A Tribute
2. Lecture Series: "Forty Years after the Big Spill - Looking Back, Looking Ahead: 21st Century Environmental Challenges"