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Supporting Student Veterans at UC San Diego

November 12, 2020

…as an aviation ordinance technician—maintaining the weapons systems on the F18 aircraft, including bomb racks and missile launchers—Sei is now an aerospace engineering student at UC San Diego, planning to graduate with his bachelor’s degree in 2021. He received the Gregory A. Chauncey and Naomi C. Broering Endowed Engineering Scholarship…

Music Department Scores First Two Endowed Chairs for Distinguished Faculty

June 4, 2015

…of culture, education and medicine,” said Steiger. “With the music center and concert hall that he named, he has already given us an extraordinary home that inspires us daily and allows us to share our work with the public in the most ideal of conditions. This chair will similarly inspire…

Rady School of Management Celebrates Ten Years of Innovation

October 31, 2013

…programs, including integrating advanced technology into the field of finance and creating experiential and international distance-learning opportunities for students. From 1976 to 1991, Sullivan served in a variety of posts at the University of Texas, including the Joe B. Cook professor of management and associate dean for research and academic…

UC San Diego’s Innovative Researchers to Explain Why They Do What They Do at Founders’ Symposium

November 15, 2012

…of minimally obtrusive sensing technology, the tattoo electronics. I’ve now been here at UC San Diego in the department of bioengineering for a little over a year. What’s something people don’t know about you? I love to exercise and play sports, and I enjoy music — for example, jazz, R…

Ahead of the Curve

May 19, 2016

…is focused on the technological and biological challenge of recording neuronal activity throughout the brain. Greenspan, associate director of the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind at UC San Diego, was very much ahead of the curve when it came to thinking about the future of research on the human…

New Faculty Reshape the Meaning of Inclusive Research, Teaching and Service

November 28, 2023

Over the past three years, 20 faculty members have been hired at UC San Diego who are committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion using social justice frameworks. This fall, an additional $175,000 grant was received to support faculty retention and success.

Q&A: Teaching Tents Take Shape

November 19, 2020

…tents take shape, what technology is available and which classes will be taught outdoors? To answer these and other questions, we spoke with Carlos Jensen, associate vice chancellor of Education Innovation at UC San Diego. Q. How can faculty members request one of the teaching tents for their in-person course?…

Charting the Pacific Century

November 1, 2018

…in the form of technological, political and economic advances, is in the DNA of our teaching and research,” said Dean Peter F. Cowhey, who joined the GPS faculty in 1989 and became dean in 2002. “We have expanded our horizons as the world has evolved, analyzing the policy impacts of…

UC San Diego’s Veteran Entrepreneur Initiatives Take Flight

May 11, 2017

…to work in the medical device industry—something he’d been passionate about since high school. He already had a degree in biomedical engineering and his time in the Marines had given him the leadership skills to be successful. But several of his early startups failed. “It’s really, really hard to start…

Sun God Then and Now

April 20, 2017

…San Diego Bystander Intervention Techniques Model – Interrupt, Distract, Engage Peers, Alert Authorities, and Safety First. Definition of consent: Consent is a mutual, affirmative, voluntary and revocable agreement by each participant to engage in sexual activity. An informed verbal “yes” must accompany positive and engaging body language. The initiator of…

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