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Take 10 with a Triton: Gerardo Arellano on Community, Caballos and the Countryside

July 18, 2023

From becoming a knowledgeable horseman and his love for the countryside to the impact he hopes to make in his new role as executive director of UC San Diego’s efforts to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution, staff member Gerardo Arellano shares some of his greatest joys.

Center to Study Impact of Atmospheric Particles from the Sea on Climate Awarded $20 Million by NSF

September 9, 2013

An innovative program of research and education addressing how interactions between air and sea influence the chemistry of the atmosphere will receive $20 million over the next five years from the National Science Foundation.

From Borders to Bridges

February 8, 2018

…National Endowment of the Arts. “The Devil’s Highway,” recounting the true story of a group of Mexican immigrants lost in the Arizona desert, won the Lannan Literary Award and was a finalist for the Pacific Rim Kiriyama Prize, which he ultimately won in 2005 with his historical novel “The Hummingbird’s…

UC San Diego’s Strategic Plans, Part 1

November 15, 2011

…will include participants from Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences and Engineering in providing functional, informative and aesthetic solutions for the utility of products, processes, institutional structures and services. The energy initiative matches the nation’s desire to move away from a petroleum-based economy, seeking new products such as electric vehicles, fuel…

Gordon Scholars Learn from Experience

June 12, 2013

Integrity. Honesty. Teamwork. And smartphones. These are a few of the essential leadership tools engineering students and young engineering professionals need to become successful entrepreneurs in the new economy, said Ronald Reedy, co-founder of Peregrine Semiconductor at a recent Gordon Engineering Leadership forum for students, staff and alumni of the…

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).

New $10M NSF-Funded Institute Will Get to the CORE of Data Science

July 29, 2022

A new National Science Foundation initiative has created a $10 million dollar institute led by computer and data scientists at University of California San Diego that aims to transform the core fundamentals of the rapidly emerging field of Data Science

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

May 19, 2022

…they will start a human subject study to evaluate the prosthetics’ performance. They also plan to incorporate sensors within the prosthesis for better performance. Their work will be documented in several scientific articles set to appear this year. “Digital twin technology combined with 3D-printing holds tremendous promise to change the…

Class of 2022 Outstanding Grads

June 7, 2022

…Bachelor of Science in Human Biology (pre-med), minor in Middle East Studies Haniyeh Javaheri has a lot of big dreams: go to medical school; become an oncologist specializing in interventional radiation therapy or nuclear medicine technology; and be a role model for women whose countries limit their educational and professional…

Second Seafloor Survey of Dumpsite off Coast of Southern California Completed

January 8, 2024

As part of ongoing efforts to understand the scale of the environmental impact from industrial waste dumping off the coast of Southern California, researchers from UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography revisited two industrial undersea dumpsites in April 2023.

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