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Somali, Swahili and Other Ethnic Recipes Go Low-Cal Thanks to Community Health Partnership

January 14, 2016

…Tagine with Olives and Artichoke Heart, Kenyan-Style Braised Greens, Swahili Tomato Salad and Somali Okra and Vegetable Soup. “Our goal with this project is to make it easier for people to make healthy choices,” said Sheik Mohamed, whose program, part of the School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics, promotes healthy…

Bringing UC San Diego’s Healthy Diet and Natural Medicine Research into the Spotlight

February 1, 2018

…in diet to improve human health, he realized that he had finally found the academic partner he was seeking,” said UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla. “We will always be grateful to Dick Krupp for his vision and generosity, and we celebrate the launch of the Krupp endowment at…

A Pendant Fit for a King

February 23, 2017

…they entombed? Field and artifact photos courtesy Braswell. The pendant is remarkable for being the second largest Maya jade found in Belize to date, said Braswell, a professor in the Department of Anthropology at UC San Diego. The pendant measures 7.4 inches wide, 4.1 inches high and just 0.3 inches…

New UC San Diego Program Expands Campus Innovation Pipeline

December 8, 2016

The innovation ecosystem at UC San Diego will open more opportunities for campus entrepreneurs with the launch of Accelerating Innovations to Market (AIM), an ambitious program that encourages graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, researchers and faculty to develop and commercialize their problem-solving ideas.

ALERTCalifornia Launches to Provide Essential Tools to Understand and Adapt to Natural Disasters

May 3, 2023

The University of California San Diego recently launched ALERTCalifornia, a collaborative public safety program providing the tools to prepare for, respond to and recover from wildfires and other natural hazards.

Celebrating Our Differences

March 8, 2018

…Spanish and the fine arts to low-income students. Led by graduate students, the program works with children between first and fifth grade, including those with Mexican and East African backgrounds, to develop learning skills and provide role models for pursuing higher education. Embracing UC San Diego’s commitment to diversity and…

Persistence Pays Off

June 17, 2021

…of mortarboards, students presented artistic messages of resilience, gratitude and pride on top of their caps, many outlined in glitter and framed by flowers. They read, “First in the family tree to receive a college degree,” “Soy el fruto de sus sacrificios,” and “The flower that blooms in adversity is…

UC San Diego Announces Recipients of Chancellor’s Medals and Lifetime Legacy Award

January 26, 2023

Recognizing exceptional support to the campus, UC San Diego announced Karen and Jeff Silberman; the Step Family; and Sandra Timmons ’81 and Richard Sandstrom ’72, PhD ’79, as recipients of the 2022 Chancellor’s Medal. T. Denny Sanford is being recognized with the second-ever Lifetime Legacy Award.

UC San Diego Opens the Design and Innovation Building

November 18, 2021

…major international center for human-centered design, which looks at problems holistically, understanding how people will interact with new technologies. At the Design Lab faculty from the arts, humanities, engineering and the sciences join forces to solve complex issues related to education, health, mobility, communication and urban planning. Mai Thi Nguyen,…

‘I Am Forever Grateful’

June 1, 2023

When we reached out to UC San Diego’s graduating students, we posed many questions. One of the most important – who at the university made a difference in your life? The result was an outpouring of love for various students, postdoctoral researchers, faculty and staff.

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