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First Look at UC San Diego’s 8th Chancellor, Pradeep Khosla

May 16, 2012

…humanities, the sciences and medicine, and engineering and technology,” said Khosla. “They all come together in a very seamless interdisciplinary way, not only to further the agenda – the economic development agenda and the research agenda – but also to educate the next-generation engineer or the humanist or the artist…

New UC Alliance Aims to Boost Latinx STEM Teaching Professors

March 31, 2022

…instruction for undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses, the numbers are much less diverse. Only 6 percent of teaching faculty are from racial and ethnic minority groups, according to recently published information. A bold effort led by UC San Diego’s Stanley Lo and several co-principal investigators from across…

Q&A with Sandra Brown

May 16, 2011

…Units, contracts & grants, technology transfer, animal care and welfare, research ethics and postdoctoral scholars, among others. A professor and researcher herself, she knows firsthand both the rewards and challenges of UC San Diego's research enterprise. She was appointed to her position in December 2010, just after the university surpassed…

Grads Give Thanks

June 16, 2022

…degree in human biology (pre-med) and minor in Middle East Studies, on her mentor Gentry Patrick, professor of neurobiology “I would like to express gratitude towards Maggie Thach Morshed, who was my former supervisor at the Writing Hub and is now with OASIS. I can confidently say that she has…

UC San Diego Engineers and Doctors Team Up to Retrofit and Build Ventilators with 3D-Printing

March 26, 2020

…same situation.” Ventilators are medical devices that push air in and out of a patient’s lungs when they are unable to breathe on their own. One of the primary symptoms of COVID-19 is difficulty in breathing; approximately 1 percent of people who contract the virus require ventilation to support their…

Five Decades, Countless Memories

September 10, 2020

…to keep pace with technological advances in library science, integrating cutting-edge offerings to meet the diverse needs of undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. Geisel Library, in particular, provides campus constituents with free access to the Digital Media Lab, which contains 3D printers and virtual reality headsets, and the Data…

Class of 2022 Shining Stars

June 2, 2022

…in drug development and medicine. Suelen Lopez Razo Bachelor of Science in Chemistry As a child growing up in a low-income family in Mexico, Suelen Lopez Razo never expected to go to college. When her family immigrated to El Centro, CA, 15-year-old Lopez Razo faced more than just the everyday…

Celebrating Our Differences

March 8, 2018

…the UC San Diego Medical Center. As the hospital’s first openly transgender staff member, Harris has worked to improve communications between hospital staff and LGBT patients through education, including leading faculty and staff through sensitivity and awareness trainings. One of her main goals has been informing people on how discrimination…

The AI Revolution is Upon Us—And UC San Diego Researchers Are Using it to Inform Climate Action

May 2, 2023

Researchers across a range of fields are working together to develop and implement AI-assisted tools and machine learning methods that will enable scientific discoveries at an unprecedented pace. And when it comes to global challenges like climate change, time is of the essence.

Welcome to the Festival

April 25, 2019

…funny odyssey through America's media machine that puts perpetrator and survivor on an inevitable collision course of reckoning. Directed by graduate student Joseph Hendel. Preview: April 30 @ 7:30 p.m. Show dates: May 7-16 @ 7:30 p.m. Theatre: Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre Get Tickets “The Gradient” by Steph del…

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