Students at University of California San Diego School of Medicine who identify as Latinx have created a close-knit community that feels more like familia through the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA).
This summer 19 newly admitted students took part in the five-week PATH Summer Academy at the School of Arts and Humanities. Throughout August and September, the group participated in hybrid workshops to get to know resources, made new friends and took part in field trips around San Diego.
Rick Wagner will play a key role in the development of SDSC’s high-performance computing and data technology vision and roadmap, bringing together expertise across the center to drive technology innovation and its application to a wide range of research challenges.
Emma Hogan, a computer science PhD student at UC San Diego and a recent Ford Fellow, is teaching computer science to another underrepresented population: incarcerated people at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego.
A fresh academic year has officially begun at UC San Diego and the campus is bustling with activity. More than 150,000 first year and transfer students applied to join the university, over 32,000 were admitted and an estimated 10,000 new undergraduate students are expected to enroll this fall.
The 128-year-old European cultural institution La Biennale di Venezia has announced that UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute Composer-in-Residence Miller Puckette has won the Silver Lion award for enabling "the creation of numerous masterworks during recent decades in the history of music."
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