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Growing the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Workforce

August 31, 2023

A $4 million grant from UnitedHealth Group (UHG) is changing lives. The grant, which was made in 2020, has enabled the University of California San Diego School of Medicine to create the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Inclusive Excellence program (CAPIE).

UC San Diego Delegation to Attend Annual UN Climate Conference in Dubai

November 16, 2023

About 30 delegates from UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the School of Global Policy and Strategy will be attending the 28th Conference of the Parties, or COP28, in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

A Deeper Look at Global Icons

March 14, 2019

Why do people around the world come to see some figures as so important, and how have their meanings changed over time? These questions lie at the heart of the new book “Icons of Dissent: The Global Resonance of Che, Marley, Tupac, and Bin Laden.” Author Jeremy Prestholdt explains more…

Joe, Helen and an Angel Named Amy—A COVID-19 Survival Story

April 30, 2020

…diabetes; Helen has rheumatoid arthritis. “We fall into the high-risk category,” said Joe. Lillie directed him to go to the nearest UC San Diego Health drive-through COVID-19 testing location. “It was an easy process. I was relieved to get tested, but I drove away a bit nervous to find out…

Coping with Coronavirus Stress

March 26, 2020

…through online classes, informative articles and virtual recreation programming. Recreation also will broadcast live classes, such as Zoomba and yoga via sessions hosted by Zoom or Facebook/Instagram Live. A schedule will be updated weekly on the Recreation website, showing the date, time and platform where these can be accessed. Campus…

Colors of the Brain

December 5, 2019

…program, he wrote an article for the local NeuWriteSD blog exploring the idea of providing one-on-one mentorship to underrepresented minority students. Cazares knew, however, that he didn’t want to wait for someone else to do something—he wanted to get the ball rolling himself. Co-founder Christian Cazares launched Colors of the…

Meet Carol Padden, Dean of Social Sciences

February 5, 2015

…not to be completely articulate about what they want. That’s what an education provides – it gives you direction, tools, a sense of purpose. You’re spending time with people in a way that you may never do again. You want to take that opportunity and give yourself the space and…

UC San Diego Philosophers Work to Fix Discipline’s Gender Disparities

October 23, 2014

…Division, the Division of Arts and Humanities, and the department of philosophy. Modeled after the successful Carleton Summer Mathematics Program for Women Undergraduates, the UC San Diego Summer Program for Women in Philosophy, or SPWP for short, is geared both to providing a rich philosophical learning experience and to helping…

Class Acts: 2020 Grads Step into the Spotlight

June 4, 2020

…her love of the arts. Decades later, after having three kids and a moving to a different country, she found that her passion for theatre was almost extinct, like a candle about to be snuffed out. In order to rescue that tiny flame still deep inside her, Ochoa enrolled in…

UC San Diego Forging a Sustainable Future with Renewable Products

August 6, 2020

…the Department of Visual Arts. Together, their efforts counter the engineers and scientists who worked during the 1950s and ’60s to purposefully remove biodegradable aspects of the new plastics for maximum durability. Researchers in the new Center for Renewable Materials have developed consumer-ready flip-flops that can biodegrade in soil and…

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