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New Vice Chancellor for Marine Sciences Creates Vision for Scripps Institution of Oceanography

October 24, 2013

…in ocean science, global climate and environmental issues, federal research administration, and non-profit startups. What makes Scripps Institution of Oceanography so special to you? Scripps Institution of Oceanography is the oldest oceanographic institution in the country. It’s probably the oldest in the world. This was the first oceanographic institution to…

Seventy High-Tech Cameras Installed in Southern California Provide Eyes on Fire Prone Areas

February 28, 2019

…According to California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment released in 2018, if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, by 2100 the frequency of extreme wildfires would increase, and the average area burned statewide would increase by 77 percent. The 70 new cameras are dispersed throughout high fire risk areas in Los…

UC San Diego Announces Teams for Blue Tech Accelerator

November 4, 2021

…and opportunities presented by climate change and the need for innovation posed by the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. Nero will be a featured panelist in the Nov. 9 webinar along with Karen Jensen, Entrepreneurship Advocate at the California Institute for Innovation and Development, Rady School of Management. “This webinar will…

Bridging Gaps Between College and Career

October 26, 2023

The new Learning-Aligned Employment Program, funded by the state of California, is paying the hourly wages of UC San Diego students with financial need for their work as research assistants in labs across campus.

Making Every Drop Count: UC San Diego Steps Up Water Conservation Efforts

April 30, 2015

…are in a semi-arid climate, UC San Diego has had ambitious water-saving goals for many years,” said Gary C. Matthews, vice chancellor for Resource Management and Planning. “But with the severity of the drought, water conservation has become our greatest priority and we are exploring every avenue to reduce all…

Should We Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth?

April 26, 2018

…[ancient] bones, how species change in response to large-scale changes in climate,” she said. “The goal of my research is to learn from the past to be able to make informed decisions about how we use the limited resources that we have, to protect species that are in danger today.”…

UC San Diego Celebrates 20th Annual Black History Month

February 3, 2022

…a prime time for change, and this exploration can really impact their trajectory later. I believe every person I work with has the wisdom, knowledge and capacity to heal. Together we are a mental health team working to improve well-being. I encourage students to share tools and learnings with friends…

Undergraduate Students Bring Intranet to Rural Ghanaian School

March 12, 2020

…undergraduate advisor. “We can’t change the reliability or cost of the internet in Ghana or in that school location. We can’t do much about that, so we saw an opportunity to change the perspective and maybe instead of trying to have better internet, have a system that can work around…

‘Alleys in Action’ Project Demonstrates What’s Possible for Neglected Public Space

February 22, 2018

…For an afternoon, they changed the nondescript alley behind the Ould Sod and Rabbit Hole bars, just south of Adams Avenue between 34th and Felton, into a people-friendly place abuzz with activity and inspiration. Working with a crew of volunteers, they painted bright blue, green and yellow squares straight onto…

UC San Diego Turns 60

November 19, 2020

…on 60 years of changemaking and looks ahead toward the future Over the span of six decades, what began as a brand new University of California campus situated on the coast of La Jolla has evolved into one of the top 20 research universities in the world. From its start…

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