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The AI Revolution is Upon Us—And UC San Diego Researchers Are Using it to Inform Climate Action

May 2, 2023

Researchers across a range of fields are working together to develop and implement AI-assisted tools and machine learning methods that will enable scientific discoveries at an unprecedented pace. And when it comes to global challenges like climate change, time is of the essence.

The Epic Lives of Albert Lin

December 30, 2022

UC San Diego alum Albert Yu-Min Lin has explored the world, made a name for himself on National Geographic television and overcome the major obstacle of a life-changing injury. His latest project promises to make life a little bit easier for those who need it most.

Founders’ Symposium to Spotlight Innovative Work of Six Faculty, Graduate Students

October 31, 2013

…the founding of our campus in November 1960. The entire campus community is invited to join together to honor the visionaries who founded this remarkable institution and celebrate Tritons around the globe who have contributed to UC San Diego’s trajectory as one of the top universities in the world. Founders’…

Chancellor Khosla Launches Scholarship and Fellowship Challenge

May 13, 2021

…shared goals as a campus community, there is none more important to me than helping students succeed; the Campaign for UC San Diego is making this possible,” said Chancellor Khosla. “Our Student Support and Success efforts are a critical campaign priority, and ongoing support for a broad range of scholarships…

The Underwater Library at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

April 8, 2021

…in a warehouse off campus.” Geological Collection Manager Alex Hangsterfer (right) oversees work on a deep sea sediment core. It’s not your average rock collection. This assortment of over 3,500 dredged samples fills a 9,000-square-foot building. Rocks from all major tectonic features—including hot spots, island chains, seamounts, and abyssal plains—are…

Chemist Helps Bridge Underrepresented Minority Gap in Science

August 13, 2020

…PATHS to success for under-resourced and underrepresented minority (URM) students in STEM more than a year ago. Now, it has built a bridge, thanks to support from a National Science Foundation grant administered through the American Chemical Society. “It is official—UC San Diego has been announced as a bridge site…

UC San Diego Names 2020-2022 Changemaker Faculty Fellows

December 17, 2020

…robust learning community and campus network of changemakers committed to addressing real world challenges through their teaching. Fellows selected will receive a $10,000 faculty development award over the course of two years. The Changemaker Faculty Fellows Program is a partnership between the Teaching + Learning Commons’ Engaged Teaching and Experiential…

From Prison to Physics: ‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go!’

June 25, 2020

…the most determined and resourceful students I ever had: he does not get easily discouraged by the unavoidable setbacks we encounter in research,” said Di Ventra. “This trait is one of the best indicators for future success.” But for inmate Bearden, future success was a question, and mentorship a novelty—until…

Stories of Black Family in America

February 4, 2021

…faculty and staff on campus to share personal memories about family, meaningful gatherings in community, as well as highlight individuals whose leadership has made a difference in the Black community. Tell us about a story of a family member, traditions or pastimes that affirm being Black in America. “I have…

Pandemic Brings Together New Friends and Partners at Learning

November 19, 2020

…schools and organizations in under-resourced and underserved communities throughout San Diego. COVID-19 may have altered how the connections are made, but it hasn’t stopped them. In fact, the program’s reach has grown to include partners across the U.S. and even overseas. Run by the Department of Education Studies at UC…

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