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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…

Transforming Transplantation

February 7, 2023

UC San Diego Health’s Center for Transplantation is among the nation’s best in lung, heart, kidney and liver programs, powered by long experience and deep expertise.

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.…

Pandemic Brings Together New Friends and Partners at Learning

November 19, 2020

…in Louisiana prisons, contributed art work to a neighborhood project, worked with families through a local non-profit and worked directly with parents to help engage their kids in academic activities. New partnerships were also started with Akanksha Schools in India and a refugee camp in Uganda as well as local…

Creating a New Kind of Climate Warrior

November 3, 2016

…to climate credits using state-of-the-art knowledge in climate change science. “It’s a breakthrough approach using real-time data to solve the issue of affordability and make clean energy more sustainable in rural areas,” said study corresponding author Nithya Ramanathan, president and co-founder of the Los Angeles company Nexleaf Analytics, which developed…

Q&A with Linda S. Greene

September 27, 2012

…our current and future human capital! Fun Faves Favorite places on Earth: Madison, Wisconsin and San Diego, California (smile) Favorite hobbies: Reading biographies, and visiting art galleries and museums Favorite food: Mexican food Favorite sports to watch: College football, and track and field Favorite sports to play: Running a cross-country…

All Aboard

October 20, 2016

…the planet. Combining science, art, and technology—along with hands-on learning for young aquarium guests—Expedition at Sea will provide a new lens through which visitors of all ages can connect with the global research activities of Scripps Oceanography scientists. Read More A new era in American exploration of the oceans will…

Top UC San Diego Researchers Win ‘Oscars of Science’

December 7, 2017

…performances by hip hop artist Wiz Khalifa and Taiwanese actress-musician Nana Ou-Yang and presenters ranging from five-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Katie Ladecky to celebrities Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. Seven $3 million prizes were awarded, plus an additional $1 million in smaller awards to early career researchers, mathematicians and…

Making Mental Health Priority No. 1 in the Month of May

May 7, 2020

…others is an inherent human trait and though our face-to-face interactions are very limited, technology has allowed us to be more creative in maintaining and deepening our relationships. Zoom, Facetime, making voice calls instead of sending texts, or talking with a neighbor while at a safe distance, can help combat…

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