Five years on, a research center at the University of California, San Diego focused on technology and cultural heritage has become an important player in efforts to study, safeguard and preserve historic buildings, works of art as well as archaeological sites and artifacts.
In late May the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) hosted PervasiveHealth -- the 6th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare.
Phillip Van Saun, director of Continuity and Emergency Services at the University of California, San Diego, will discuss and sign copies of his new book, Failure is an Option: A Primer and Guide for Managing Crises, at a talk from 3 to 4 p.m., June 20, 2012, in the Seuss Room in Geisel Library.
Jobs, economic growth, currency markets and other pressing economic issues were at center of UC San Diego’s Internationalization of Renminbi Conference held June 7 to 8. The event was the first major international conference devoted to comprehensive discussions on internationalizing China’s currency.
Recycled magazines, eco-friendly ink and a rolling pin may not sound like your typical art supplies, but these are a few of the tools students at The Preuss School UCSD have used to create sustainable works of art, which will be on display at the ART: Sustain It! exhibit Saturday, June 9 at Space 4 Art in downtown San Diego.
The artist wasn’t sure it could be done. When Do Ho Suh first proposed “Fallen Star” to UC San Diego’s Stuart Collection, he “never thought it would be realized.” A cottage built from scratch and permanently joined to an existing campus building – several stories up in the air? Right, mm-hm.
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