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Economies of Wildfire

November 2, 2023

Just as the threat of fire increases across the state, two major insurance companies have pulled out of California’s home insurance market. Judd Boomhower, assistant professor of economics at UC San Diego, is looking closely a the potential causes of the destabilized insurance market in California.

Exhibit to Showcase Preuss Students’ Sustainable Art

June 5, 2012

…Students’ Sustainable Art 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…

Computer Scientists Develop Tool to Make the Internet of Things Safer

June 4, 2014

Computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego, have developed a tool that allows hardware designers and system builders to test security- a first for the field. One of the tool’s potential uses is described in the May-June issue of IEEE Micro magazine.

UC San Diego is Sierra Magazine’s 7th Coolest School in Nation for Sustainability Efforts

August 11, 2015

UC San Diego has been named the 7th “Coolest School” by Sierra magazine, climbing 10 spots from last year in the publication’s annual ranking of America’s greenest colleges. The campus was recognized for its commitment to protecting the environment, reducing water use significantly, addressing climate issues and encouraging environmental responsibility.

Historical Perspective

November 2, 2023

David Marchick ‘88, author of The Peaceful Transfer of Power: An Oral History of America’s Presidential Transitions, shares his perspective on how we can use history to help us understand conflicts of the present day.

Going Viral

November 2, 2023

Rommie Amaro, professor of molecular biology at UC San Diego, and her team use computers to investigate biological systems. Last year, their atomic-level computational model of the H1N1 influenza virus revealed vulnerabilities that could lead to more effective and longer-lasting flu vaccines.

Deepak Chopra Champions Integrative Medicine at UC San Diego on July 22

July 1, 2013

…and Icons of the 20th Century according to Time Magazine, Chopra is credited as “the poet-prophet” of integrative medicine. Event participants will engage in an inspirational, interactive evening with Chopra and have the opportunity to meet the CIM team.

All Together Now

November 2, 2023

As a neurodiverse student, Naba Rizvi often felt marginalized and isolated. Today, her doctoral research at UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering focuses on the design of artificial intelligence (AI) apps for autistic users and has gained national attention.

New York Times Columnist Frank Bruni Warns Audience to Avoid ‘Customized Cocoons’ of Technology

November 6, 2014

…with “the same books, magazines and videos” he brought with him. To his intellectual dismay, he was “choosing the comfort of the utterly familiar over the challenge and enlightenment of the strange. ... I was shrinking my world instead of expanding it.” Why is such stratified behavior to be shunned?…

Werman’s World

June 2, 2023

Marco Werman, host of the international news program “The World” explains his role as the first journalist in residence at UC San Diego and shares his thoughts about life on campus thus far.

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