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Founders’ Symposium to Spotlight Innovative Work of Six Faculty, Graduate Students

October 31, 2013

…commitment to service, social mobility and research, UC San Diego has a culture of collaboration that sparks discoveries that advance society and drive economic impact. The Triton community is a vibrant population of outstanding faculty, students, staff and alumni, all invested in defining a better future for humankind and our…

Students Challenged to Look Deeper

June 20, 2019

…mutual respect and social mobility with which you are identified. Madeleine Albright, the first woman to be appointed U.S. secretary of state, gave the keynote address. “We are all proud of the distinctions that give us our separate identities; and loyal to the groups to which we belong,” she said.…

Faculty and Staff Step Up to Support UC San Diego

February 15, 2018

…issues—or to deliver exceptional health care to patients in our region and beyond. Yet, their impact doesn’t end there. Many of our faculty and staff are taking their dedication one step further by donating to campus areas that enhance the student experience, enrich our campus community and spark breakthroughs in…

Student Startup ‘Limber’ Makes 3D-Printed Prostheses Affordable and Accessible

May 19, 2022

…project’s website. The World Health Organization estimates that there are 40 million amputees in developing countries, 95% of whom have to make do without a prosthetic limb. This is because prosthetic limbs are expensive and time-consuming to manufacture. Patients have to undergo repeated visits to doctor’s offices and need to…

John Wooley: In Memoriam

May 5, 2015

Dr. John Wooley, the long-time associate vice chancellor for research and professor of pharmacology at the University of California, San Diego, passed away in April after a long battle with cancer.

Stepping Up to the Plate to Support Students

February 13, 2020

…path to upward social mobility. Throughout the years, they have supported formal education for students to acquire skills and choices for careers, as well as opportunities to find their passion and create self-confidence. Most recently, the couple gave UC San Diego $2 million to fund scholarships for scholar-athletes, and graduate…

Commencement Keynote Muhammad Yunus: Discover Yourself and You Can Change the World

June 16, 2016

…his commitment to social mobility and human rights aligns with UC San Diego’s mission of service. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for founding the nonprofit Grameen Bank and pioneering the concepts of microcredit and microfinance. Muhammad Yunus waves to graduates. Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego…

For GoPro Founder Nick Woodman, UC San Diego was a Catalyst for Creativity

May 8, 2014

…the National Institutes of Health. Emerging Leader: Paloma Young, M.F.A. ’06 Theatre Paloma Young is a costume designer who was recognized for her work in Peter and the Starcatcher at the 66th annual Tony Awards (2012) for Best Costume Design of a Play. She studied costume design at UC San…

Six UC San Diego Chancellor’s Medal Honorees Announced

June 19, 2012

…has resulted in better healthcare for San Diegans, access to education, new ways of educating business leaders, and leaps in our understanding of fields as diverse as genome sequencing and structural engineering.” Sparking a 35-year legacy of supporting UC San Diego, Bob and Betty Beyster became Chancellor’s Associates in 1977,…

Q&A with Suresh Subramani

September 26, 2011

…between the general campus, Health Sciences and Scripps Institution of Oceanography, we can leverage scarce resources around common research themes and will be better prepared to take advantage of funding opportunities. What are UC San Diego's top academic strengths and where do we have room to grow? Subramani: UC San…

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