November 9, 2017
…San Diego’s Celebration of Native American Heritage Month Underway Throughout November, UC San Diego is honoring the history, culture and achievements of Native American peoples and tribes with various Native American Heritage month events. From art exhibits, and documentary screenings to a lecture by U.S. Gold medal Olympian Billy Mills,…
November 17, 2023
In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, we sat down with two medical students who are members of the Chickasaw Nation to learn about their motivations for choosing medical school at University of California San Diego
November 2, 2023
November is Native American Heritage Month, and UC San Diego is celebrating the rich traditions and important contributions of Native people. All are invited to the kickoff luncheon, which will feature a keynote by Ryan RedCorn, writer and story editor on the popular Hulu series “Reservation Dogs.”
November 8, 2022
This November UC San Diego recognizes the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and stories of Native American tribes and communities with educational and community-building events.
November 12, 2021
…Voices and Contributions of Native American People This November, UC San Diego celebrates the rich cultures, traditions and histories of Native American people and recognize the important contributions they continue to make. Photo by Erik Jepsen/University Communications. Throughout November, our campus and our country celebrate Native American Heritage Month in…
May 4, 2023
UC San Diego’s 17th annual Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Celebration will include a keynote talk by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Manny Crisostomo, a film festival, music performances, lectures and more throughout May.
January 12, 2023
There is an exciting momentum at UC San Diego that is enhancing community spaces for Native American students, advancing research led by Indigenous scholars and inviting the next generation of tribal youth to experience what the university has to offer.
April 14, 2017
Various studies and analyses have revealed that the remains are those of a girl between 15 and 16 years old who lived almost 13,000 years ago in what is now Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.
October 6, 2016
…to find out. A native of the Big Island of Hawaii, Kapono is passionate about his heritage and promoting the well-being of people and our planet. As a scientist, he seeks to tap into the microscopic world of bacteria, fungi, viruses and other microbes. These microbiomes, or communities of microorganisms…