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$5 Million Gift to Establish New Center for Taiwan Studies

May 6, 2021

…the intersection of science, technology, art and policy,” said UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla. “As the global economy enters into the ‘Pacific Era,’ our diverse community of students and scholars from around the world is keenly interested in studying the history, culture and impact of the region. Chiu-Shan…

SDSC Welcomes ‘Gordon’ Supercomputer as a Research Powerhouse

December 13, 2011

…mapping genomes for personalized medicine to rapidly calculating thousands of “what-if” scenarios affecting everything from traffic patterns to climate change. Gordon by the Numbers Gordon is capable of handling massive data bases while providing up to 100 times faster speeds when compared to hard drive disk systems for some queries.…

Village@Torrey Pines East Apartments Scoop Up LEED Gold Certification

October 26, 2011

…educate students about solar technology while they also appreciate its artistic possibilities.” The campus goal is to house 50 percent of all students, and to meet that goal it has added more apartment beds in the past nine years than during the previous 41 years. With the openingVillage East and…

Q&A with John Wixted

April 17, 2012

…the field of diagnostic medicine. However, in psychology, there is a premium placed on discovering the NEXT BIG THING, even if it means capriciously tossing aside the brilliant work of our predecessors. It sometimes makes me feel like ours is not a cumulative science, unlike, say, biology, where I believe…

New Dean of Biological Sciences Seeks to Improve Undergraduate Experience

October 10, 2013

…to apply those new techniques to make discoveries about the genetics of early embryonic development. Did your undergraduate experience influence how you approach teaching today? Absolutely. Bob Fowler, the professor at San Jose State who encouraged me as an undergraduate in 1978, just semi-retired, but he’s still teaching genetics there…

Celebrating Tomorrow’s Leaders

June 21, 2018

…the goal of attending medical school with an undergraduate major in global health, Camarena plans to continue to push boundaries and make positive change as a physician-scientist. She concluded her talk by giving thanks to the communities on campus that helped her and fellow students. “Through this unlikely journey here,…

UC San Diego Women Scientists Featured in Statue Exhibit at the Smithsonian

March 17, 2022

…and girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to shape a better world. From March 5 to 27, the Smithsonian will present “#IfThenSheCan - The Exhibit,” a collection of 120 statues of women in STEM—the largest collection of statues of women ever assembled in one location, at one time.…

Graduate Scholars Shine as Equity-Minded Mentors

March 25, 2021

…with a focus on medical devices and is exploring whether the neural activity of songbirds can serve as a model for the development of a human speech prosthesis. Raised with a grandparent who was paraplegic, he has always been drawn to the field of neural engineering. Brown’s desire to help…

Academics Applaud 10 Distinguished Campus Teachers

June 6, 2013

…the core curriculum for medical students, and her ability to inspire undergraduate and graduate students to further study in her laboratory are strong evidence of her worthiness for a Distinguished Teaching Award. Her national and international influence on the continuing education of physicians through her contributions to primary pathology textbooks…

Upward & Onward: Gen Z Finds UC San Diego’s Career Center Relevant

November 7, 2019

…help him prepare for medical school. As part of Take a Triton to Work, Physician Behzad Baniadam ’90 led UC San Diego student Rayan Zarei ’22 on a tour of Mission Urgent Care in San Diego. “I didn’t know much about the process at all, and I knew that if…

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