Research Postdoctoral Scholar in Bee Phenomics and Functional Traits
The Cheadle Center is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar to forward research in bee phenomics and functional traits. Come join our team!
David Chapman and the UC Santa Barbara historic seaweed collection
In memory of Dr. David Chapman, the Curator of Algae at the Cheadle Center, and long-time UCSB faculty member. David is pictured here teaching phycology on Catalina Island.
Seaweed of California's Central Coast
Calling all seaweed aficionados! Join the Cheadle Center in Cambria, CA for three day seaweed adventure!
Vernon I Cheadle Alumni Award
Calling all UCSB undergraduate or graduate student with a passion for botany. Applications for the Vernon I. Cheadle Award are due April 30, 2021. Find out how to apply.
CCBER Herbarium Digitization Technician Job Announcement
The Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration (CCBER) at UC Santa Barbara is seeking applicants for an Herbarium Digitization Technician at the UCSB Herbarium. Come join our team!
CCBER Fall Newsletter
The CCBER Fall Newsletter is out. See updates from all of the CCBER collections, outreach and restoration.
UCSB Algae Herbarium is awarded!
The UCSB Algae Herbarium is awarded a new Institute of Museum and Library Services, Museums for America grant!
CCBER Supporter Spotlight: The Cheadle Family
In this CCBER Supporter Spotlight, would like to thank Bill and Mary Cheadle who continue to support CCBER and the botanical legacy of Vernon Cheadle.
Virtual Center for the Study of Biotic Interactions
In the works: Learn about the Virtual Center for the Study of Biotic Interactions (ViCSBI), a new, multi-campus research initiative under development by ecologists and evolutionary biologists at UC Santa Barbara, Berkeley, Riverside, and Davis. PIs Susan Mazer, Katja Seltmann, Isaac Park, Brent Mishler, Nicole Rafferty, Emily Meineke, Matt Daugherty, Erin Wilson-Rankin, Christiane Weirauch, Noah Whiteman, Louie Yang, and others are joining botanical and entomological forces to investigate the effects of climatic and other environmental disruptions on mutualistic and anatogonistic interactions in wild and agricultural California ecosystems. To learn more about our mission, please check out our overview of ViCSBI at this link.