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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.

Creating an Engineering Senior Design Project….at Home

July 2, 2020

…students, sponsored by the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination and Space Tango, was tasked with designing a way for researchers to study the effects of a rocket launch on brain organoids being sent to the International Space Station. “They’re performing research on the effect of low gravity on…

Cybersecurity Expert Stefan Savage Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

February 9, 2023

UC San Diego cybersecurity expert Stefan Savage, whose work examines a wide range of technologies, from cars, to spam emails to cryptocurrencies, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

New Dean of Biological Sciences Seeks to Improve Undergraduate Experience

October 10, 2013

…that I’d like liberal arts or social science majors to know more about, it’s evolutionary biology. Evolution is not a theory; it’s a fact. We see it every day. Unless you understand the principles of how living things have changed over time, I don’t think you’ve had a proper undergraduate…

Titans of Industry, Academia Team Up to Advance Engineering in Medicine

June 10, 2021

…healthcare that would improve human lives. To do so, he had to find an engineer to collaborate with, since physicians and engineers were largely siloed professions at the time. Peter Farrell, founder of sleep-disordered breathing medical device company ResMed, experienced something similar when completing his bioengineering Ph.D. research into treatments…

UC San Diego’s Stellar Students from the Class of 2016

June 9, 2016

…with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and a Bachelor of Science in psychology. As a discussion leader for Revelle College’s First Year Experience, she committed her time to ensuring freshmen successfully transitioned into college. The course is designed to help new students become engaged and informed about UC San…

(Re)introducing John

February 23, 2023

Get to know the rich history and future plans of new vice chancellor for Health Sciences, John M. Carethers.

UC San Diego’s Women’s Center Celebrates 20 Years

May 4, 2017

…person of color, a human,” explained Hewett, who graduated in 2003 with a dual degree in Critical Gender Studies and Visual Arts with an emphasis in Media. This year, the UC San Diego Women’s Center celebrates its 20th anniversary. As part of a yearlong series to commemorate the occasion, the…

Q&A with Brian Schottlaender

May 22, 2012

…graduate students—especially in the arts and humanities and social sciences—who have a continuing need for materials, especially books, not yet available in digital form. We need to address their needs, as well as the needs of those who benefit from the availability of more electronic resources. Finally, the cost of…

Q&A with Antigone Blackwell

March 13, 2012

…and Chicano/a Latino /a Arts and Humanities minors — were priorities identified by UC San Diego and its Campus Climate Council. I also provide programmatic support for the campus' three community centers — the LGBT Resource Center, the Cross-Cultural Center and the Women's Center. Diversity is a broad, multi-layered concept.…

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