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Celebrating Being a Triton

April 10, 2012

…works with neuroscience and human computer interaction artificial intelligence to attempt to understand how the mind is constructed through the interactions of brain, body and world. The display was showcased by graduate students in the department including cognitive science Ph.D. candidate Jeremy Karnowski “I think that when students here at…

10 Tales of Triton Love and Friendship That Will Make Your Heart Soar

February 13, 2024

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, UC San Diego Today is honoring love in all its forms by showcasing ten heartwarming tales of love and friendship that blossomed right here on campus.

Holocaust Living History Workshop Launches 2020-2021 Series Virtually

October 5, 2020

The University of California San Diego’s Holocaust Living History Workshop (HLHW) is returning this fall with a yearlong series of seven lectures that underscore the theme “Witnessing the Past: Holocaust Histories.”

Thinking Outside the Museum Box

March 8, 2018

…how octopuses can remember human faces. MICRO museums are made to cultivate these kinds of experiences, to draw people together in public places to discover new things about the natural world. At about 6 feet tall and 2 feet wide, they are placed in highly trafficked areas where people are…

A Chain of Inspiration: Nick Spitzer’s Golden Anniversary at UC San Diego

November 1, 2022

UC San Diego icon Nick Spitzer, known for his warm, engaging personality and a passion for teaching and research, is marking 50 years on campus. A campus celebration and new innovation award have been set to mark his lasting contributions to science and the university.

Culture of Collaboration Attracted New Vice Chancellor for Research to UC San Diego

September 8, 2022

…expertise. We bring together artists, social scientists, policy experts, health experts and scientists to address our world’s grand challenges. For students, research investments provide more opportunities to work with some of the nation’s leading thinkers and to be involved in solving current issues affecting our world today. They learn firsthand…

Celebrando y Luchando por La Causa: Meet Three Tritons Fighting for the Cause

April 2, 2024

To kick off UC San Diego’s César E. Chávez celebration month, UC San Diego Today is highlighting three Tritons who are passionately advocating for causes close to their own hearts.

Surprise, Surprise: Subsurface Water on Mars Defies Expectations

August 18, 2022

…atmosphere come together. An artist’s concept of NASA’s InSight lander on Mars. Photo credit: IPGP/Nicolas Sarter. Already under consideration is the proposed international robotic Mars Ice Mapper Mission to help NASA identify potential science goals for the first human missions to Mars. Scripps Oceanography helps prepare young scientists to contribute…

Class of 2013 Outstanding Grads

June 20, 2013

…bachelor of science in human biology, with minors in history and healthcare social-issues. This fall, Le will attend UCLA where she will work toward earning a Master of Public Health. In addition to her multidisciplinary studies, Le has dedicated her time at UC San Diego to grassroots organizing in support…

A University is Born

November 15, 2018

…living reefs; addressing critical human rights issues through the arts; creating personalized cancer vaccines and developing solar-powered water irrigation systems to help end hunger. In honor of our campus’s 58th birthday, all students, staff, faculty and alumni are invited to join in Founders Day Celebration from noon to 1:30 p.m.…

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