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NASA Astronaut Jessica Meir Orbits Back to Scripps for Campus Visit

November 16, 2017

…keynote address at Blue Tech Week, engaged in roundtable discussion with students, and participated in Facebook Live Q&A during visit Jessica Meir visits the Scripps Diving Locker, her old stomping grounds where she was trained to become a scientific diver as a graduate student. Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego…

Exceptional Faculty Honored by Chancellor’s Associates

April 13, 2017

…numerous industry collaborations and technologies advancing new antibiotic and immune-based therapies to combat drug-resistant pathogens. Major discoveries from his laboratory have inspired extensive media coverage and commentary in important scientific journals,” said Palsson. Excellence in Community Service Patricia Rincon Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Dance Bringing our region’s cross-border culture…

Tackling Changes and Challenges With Robotics

November 3, 2016

…think about how new technologies are going to impact people’s everyday life,” said Henrik I. Christensen, director of the Contextual Robotics Institute and a professor of computer science at UC San Diego. Henrik I. Christensen is the director of the Contextual Robotics Institute at UC San Diego and the lead…

Dean of Graduate Studies Highlights Value of Graduate Students to University’s Academic Mission

October 10, 2011

…San Diego School of Medicine in 1985. “What I liked immediately about UC San Diego was that there are very few barriers,” Barrett said. “People are interested in collaborating with each other. They want to work together to create interdisciplinary research.” The number of graduate students at UC San Diego…

Middle School Science Project Leads to Better Contact Lens Solution

May 26, 2016

…San Diego School of Medicine. She decided to email him. Nizet was impressed and, as a wearer of contact lenses himself, curious. He responded within two minutes, to Janie’s great excitement. “I think I screamed and ran to tell my parents,” she said. But rather than provide a middle schooler…

Taking Care of Business: Female Alumni Chart Their Own Paths to Success

June 30, 2022

…such as engineering and medicine or chemistry and public health. At the intersection of the physical sciences and business are three female alumni who used their time on campus to further their academic studies and learn the kinds of skills—tenacity, patience, collaboration—that helped make their companies a success. “We love…

UC San Diego’s Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination Lifts Off with Public Events

May 9, 2013

…on cultural, scientific and medical transformations that can occur as we increase our understanding of the phenomena of imagination and become more effective at harnessing and incorporating our imaginations in our research and daily lives. “We are pleased to create the first and only Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human…

Archaeologists Explore Secrets of Neolithic Village off Israel’s Coast

December 10, 2020

…Diego team used remote technology developed in QI to join their Israeli collaborators in a three-week excavation of the site from the safety of home. A recovered Neolithic flint adze, an early tool possibly used for woodworking. Photo by Assaf Yasur-Landau/University of Haifa. “We had planned to be in the…

Academic Senate Recognizes Ten Awardees for Superlative Teaching Skills

June 5, 2012

…Kim, Culture, Art, and Technology; Kit Myers, Ethic Studies; and Lisa Vernoy, Literature, earned the Barbara J. and Paul D. Saltman Excellent Teaching Awards for Graduate Students. Why They Won: Text of the Awards Sara E. Johnson Sara E. Johnson’s teaching record is nothing short of stellar. She has received…

Acting Student and Bioengineering Alumna Awarded Soros Fellowship for New Americans

April 17, 2024

A University of California San Diego current graduate student in the Department of Theatre and Dance and an undergraduate alumna from the Department of Bioengineering are are among 30 recipients of the 2024 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans.

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