1. Introducing Dr. Margaret Klawunn, Vice Chancellor for UCSB Student Affairs


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    "This is an amazing opportunity, and I'm thrilled to join the work here." — Dr. Margaret Klawunn, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, at UC Santa Barbara Meet Dr. Klawunn, who came to UCSB from Brown University, where she served as Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services. Read a welcome letter to students, from Dr. Klawunn, at http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/home/margaret-klawunn. Learn more about Dr. Klawunn at http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2015/015521/new-leader-student-affairs.

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      Alpha Kappa Psi - Omicron Omega chapter invites you to join us for our Fall 2015 Rush: Be the Next! What we are: Founded in 1904 at New York University, Alpha Kappa Psi is now recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. Today the fraternity has grown to become the oldest and largest professional business fraternity in the world. With nearly 240,000 initiated members and more than 200 chapters, it is among the 20 largest college fraternities. What we do: At a local level, Alpha Kappa Psi students use various skills taught in the classroom to acquire life skills such as the art of compromise, consensus building, project management, team building and networking. We achieve this by operating the fraternity as a "corporation" and reaching out to faculty and entrepreneurs locally to develop our professionals skills. Ultimately, our members gain an understanding of the importance of service, develop an appreciation of diversity, and utilize critical thinking skills to overcome challenges and celebrate successes. Song: It's You - Syn Cole

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      • UCSB Amplified: Jake Goldman "Walking"


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        Season 2 of UCSB Amplified is officially underway! Singer songwriter Jake Goldman combines skillful acoustic guitar playing and soulful lyrics as he performs his original song “Walking.” Make sure to check out part two of his performance releasing at the end of this week.

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        • UCSB Amplified: Jake Goldman "Stockholm Syndrome"


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          Part two of this week's UCSB Amplified release is Jake Goldman performing his original song "Stockholm Syndrome."

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          • Welcome Back, Gauchos


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            New and returning students share their thoughts as they mark the first week of the fall quarter and the 2015-16 academic year at UCSB.

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            • a very HARD summer


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              IV 2015 Songs: Dillon Francis - Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin), Jordan Belfort - Wes Walker & Dyl, and The Chainsmokers - Roses ft. ROZES

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              • Google Calendar Basics


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                Google Calendar basics for the Bren MESM student. Viewing a Bren staff calendar and making an appointment.

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                • Celebrating the UCSB Natural Reserves


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                  Patricia Holden, director of the UCSB Natural Reserves, discusses the 50th anniversary of the UC Reserves, and where UCSB's eight reserves fit in the system. Additional footage by NOAA Fisheries Additional footage and aerials by Alexander Mark Romanov

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                  • Google Calendar - Bren Students


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                    Adding the three rooms that you can schedule to your Google Calendar and adding an event with the room reservation.

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                    • Earth Friendly Chemistry


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                      UC Santa Barbara organic chemist Bruce Lipshutz discusses the importance of green chemistry in real-world applications.

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