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As the Technology Management Program moves forward in an increasingly technology-based global economy, we are counting on our alumni and friends to help provide the resources we need to succeed. A vital part of that effort involves building partnerships with our community and collaborating with individuals and organizations - on and off campus - who can help create economic growth. With your support, we are committed to engineering our future and to further excel the development of business and innovation.

Here are ways on how you can be part of the TMP community:

  • Alumni: Your time within TMP extends far beyond campus and long after graduation. Join our online community and expand your networks to include personal and professional connections.

  • Giving: Your investment today will drive tomorrow’s leaders and innovators, and expand academic and research opportunities for future generations to come. TMP welcomes your commitments of support that will have a tremendous impact on our program.

  • Get Involved: From current students to corporate recruiters, there are many ways to get involved in TMP and building the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. We appreciate your generous time and commitment to supporting our students.

News Highlights

George Holbrook, local resident, venture investor and philanthropist, has pledged a $4 million to fund continued support of the Holbrook Foundation Fellowships he created in 2011.
Strobe, a lidar startup that could give the giant automaker a leg up in the race to make self-driving cars a mainstream technology.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers, including UC Santa Barbara scientists John Bowers, Michael Goard and Luke Theogarajan, has been awarded $9 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop and widely share state-of-the-art opt
In its 2018 listing of the “Top 30 Public National Universities” in the country, U.S. News & World Report has ranked UC Santa Barbara No.