Critical Race Training in Education

UC Santa Barbara

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California 93106
Phone
(805) 893-8000
Email address
admissions@sa.ucsb.edu
School Information
"The University of California, Santa Barbara is a leading research institution that also provides a comprehensive liberal arts learning experience. Teaching and research go hand-in-hand at UC Santa Barbara. Our students are full participants in an educational journey of discovery that stimulates independent thought, critical reasoning, and creativity. Our academic community of faculty, students, and staff is characterized by a culture of interdisciplinary collaboration that is responsive to the needs of our multicultural and global society. All of this takes place within a living and learning environment like no other, as we draw inspiration from the beauty and resources of our extraordinary location at the edge of the Pacific Ocean." The university enrolls over 26,300 students and has 200 majors, degree, and credentials programs. (Source: https://www.ucsb.edu/about) (Source: https://www.ucsb.edu/about/facts-and-figures)
General Information
UC Santa Barbara has provided financial support to scholars studying "racial justice". The university has announced its Racial justice fellowships, which will provide recipients $8,000 in summer funding for three years on top of a five-year package of full funding, as well as its $8,000 Racial Justice Fellowship for graduate school students. No mandatory Critical Race Training sessions are yet required of students. However, see developments below:

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Program and Research Funding

    Racial justice fellowships will provide recipients $8,000 in summer funding for three years on top of a five-year package of full funding.

  • Program and Research Funding

    The graduate program announced a new, $8,000 Racial Justice Fellowship

  • Resources

    UCSB is hosting a reading of "When They Call You a Terrorist", a book which "provides an intersectional analysis of the Black Lives Matter movement..."

Last updated February 13th, 2021