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Rising Temperatures: How Can SoCal Survive the Heat Crisis?

July 9, 2024

Scripps Institution of Oceanography's NSF-funded Southern California Extreme Heat Research Hub brings together an interdisciplinary team of UC San Diego scientists—from climatologists to epidemiologists—to study extreme heat impacts and mitigation strategies.

What Pride Means to Us

July 2, 2024

As national Pride Month comes to an end and San Diego gears up for its own Pride celebration in July, four LGBTQ+ student leaders open up about their own personal journeys, why they strive to cultivate an inclusive community at UC San Diego, and what the word “pride” means to them.

Building a Culture of Care

June 11, 2024

Highlighting a collective impact approach, UC San Diego's most recent Equity in Mental Health series event centered on the experiences of Black male college students.

10 Best Spots to Study on Campus

May 21, 2024

With finals week on the horizon, consider breaking away from your usual routine to find a “new-to-you” study spot on campus. Here are 10 of UC San Diego Today’s most inviting picks.

Addressing the Current Moment

April 25, 2024

UC San Diego’s Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion created the Tritons Belong initiative to engage the campus community in times when many are struggling with a significant issue.

Neurosciences Ph.D. Student Wins Grad SLAM Top Prize

April 23, 2024

Grad SLAM campus champion Iris Garcia-Pak will take her three-minute research talk entitled "The Brain: An Exclusive VIP Club" to the UC Grad SLAM Final Round in San Francisco on May 3.

Imagining a New World of Work

April 18, 2024

With topics ranging from the rise of AI to the growing reach of social media, UC San Diego's inaugural Future of Work Conference prepared participants for “the landscape of tomorrow."

Shifting Perspectives: Equity in Mental Health Event Explores Concepts of Self-Care, Rest

April 4, 2024

The latest event in UC San Diego's Equity in Mental health series brought together staff and campus community members to discuss wellness and rest from an intersectional and social justice perspective.
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