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Global Shift

May 7, 2015

…In addition, Foreign Policy Magazine’s 2015 rankings named UC San Diego’s academic programs in international relations, offered by GPS in conjunction with UC San Diego’s department of political science, among the best in the world. The publication ranked the campus’s undergraduate international relations program and master’s program for policy careers…

The Epic Lives of Albert Lin

December 30, 2022

UC San Diego alum Albert Yu-Min Lin has explored the world, made a name for himself on National Geographic television and overcome the major obstacle of a life-changing injury. His latest project promises to make life a little bit easier for those who need it most.

Film Project Highlights Entrepreneurism at UC San Diego and on Torrey Pines Mesa

January 8, 2015

…York Times and Time magazine. UC San Diego Team Effort The film project written and directed by Grover and Azam took two years of work to complete. It was made possible by the cinematographic and editing contributions of two UC San Diego alumni, Thomas Dadourian (’12, Theater) and Victor Shiu…

Celebrated Alum Carrie Mae Weems Returns to UC San Diego as Part of Dynamic Visual Arts Speaker Series

October 11, 2018

The UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts welcomes the return of celebrated artist Carrie Mae Weems, a distinguished alum who received her MFA from the department in 1984. Weems’ visit anchors a dynamic fall lineup of guests meant to engage and inspire an active student population and artistic community…

Engineer Transforms Personal Experience into ‘Bridges to Education’ for Underrepresented Students

January 23, 2020

…Issues in Higher Education magazine. He is one of 15 scholars under the age of 40 receiving this recognition. Each scholar is selected based on a number of criteria, including commitment to teaching, community service, research, scholarly awards, honors and academic accomplishments. Bridging cultural barriers Throughout his career, Vazquez-Mena has…

‘The Big Bang Theory’s’ Mayim Bialik Shares Experiences as an Academic, Actor and STEM Advocate

June 4, 2015

…a newspaper, name a magazine, they won’t do an article about STEM advocacy, but they will do an article about an actress on ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and her love for STEM advocacy,” she said. Before her formal talk, more than 200 students had the chance to attend a meet…

SDSC Supercomputer Modeling Reveals Acrobatics of CRISPR-Cas9 Technology

September 12, 2016

A team led by researchers at the University of California San Diego has captured in step-by-step atomic detail the surgical editing of DNA strands by CRISPR-Cas9, the innovative gene-splicing technology that in recent years has transformed the field of genetic engineering.

UC San Diego Nanoengineer Selected as the U.S. Nominee for 2017 ASPIRE Prize

April 25, 2017

Nanoengineering professor Liangfang Zhang at the University of California San Diego has been selected as the U.S. nominee for the APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE). Zhang won the nomination for his revolutionary work in the field of nanomedicine, which focuses on nanomaterials for medical applications.

Should We Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth?

April 26, 2018

…In 2016, San Diego Magazine featured Callender’s “Big Idea”—that UC San Diego could become a major voice on ethical science—to shed light on the opportunity for society to get ahead of scientific advancements like driverless cars, big data collection and genetic engineering. Guests included faculty members, researchers, students and the…

UC San Diego Alumni Presents 40 Under 40 Awards

April 12, 2018

…university,” Martini told Triton magazine. “It’s teaching how to be more progressive in the way [students] think about solving a problem. In our space, dealing with cyber warfare, you’re basically a researcher every single day.” The 40 Under 40 awards will be presented during UC San Diego’s Alumni Weekend, May…

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