Growing up in a rural Southern California town in the 1990s, Tammy Russell didn’t know any scientists, but she started dreaming about a future in marine science. Fast forward to 2022, and Russell is now living out her childhood dreams as a PhD student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Python, a programming language used across diverse tech industry sectors, and popular among developers and programmers, can be tough for students who have no previous experience with coding.
For Sky Yang and Giulia Corno, getting involved with student government seemed like a great way to make a difference. Now, as the presidents of Associated Students and the Graduate & Professional Student Association, respectively, they share what they hope to accomplish this year.
Growing up, Rady School of Management alumna Katie Baca-Motes (MBA, ‘09) saw firsthand the devastating impact of limited health care access on her Hispanic father’s side of the family.
By definition, “overreach” means taking things too far by doing too much or trying to gain too much – ultimately defeating oneself in the process. And a new book from Susan Shirk, director of the 21st Century China Center and research professor at the UC San Diego.
Jessica Meir, PhD '09, reflects on her historical mission to space. This story was published in the Fall 2022 issue of UC San Diego Magazine.
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