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For years we've been told that we're becoming (to borrow the title of one gloomy book) "overworked Americans," working longer and longer hours each week and reversing the trend toward shorter hours that dominated the early 20th century, in a paper released last December by the National Bureau of Economic Research, two economists--Peter Kuhn of the University of California at Santa Barbara and Fernando Lozano of Pomona College--combed through census data on employed men ages 25 to 64 to determine which groups were most likely to work long hours (defined as 50 hours per week or more).
Lee graduated from Fairfax High in 1947 and attended the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Black and Geek: After the success of the first gathering in 2004, The University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) Center for Black Studies is convening the second AfroGEEK.
Stepp received his bachelor's degree in global studies, with an emphasis in economics, from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
He graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.
Ken Macdonald of the University of California at Santa Barbara and his colleagues detected the lava field about 1,200 kilometers southwest of the Galapagos Islands while using side-scan sonar to map the East Pacific Rise -- part of a worldwide network of seafloor spreading centers where molten basalt from the mantle rises to form oceanic crust.
He is a high honors graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara with a bachelor of arts degree in accounting.
Parris obtained his general equivalency diploma, attended Antelope Valley College and the University of California at Santa Barbara, and obtained his law degree from Southwestern University School of Law.