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Introducing Speaker Emeritus and UC Regent John A. Pérez as All Campus Commencement Speaker

May 9, 2023

California Assembly Speaker Emeritus and University of California Regent John A. Pérez will deliver the keynote address at UC San Diego’s 2023 All Campus Commencement Ceremony at RIMAC Field on Saturday, June 17 at 9 a.m.

Celebrating Tomorrow’s Leaders

June 21, 2018

…diverse,” she said. “You lead movements to make our democracy stronger and more equitable. You are more inventive, creative and entrepreneurial than any other previous generation. Thank you for being leaders.” For more information on UC San Diego’s All Campus Commencement and to view a recording of the event, click…

UC San Diego Leads Sessions on Climate Change, Space, and Neuroscience at SXSW 2023

March 7, 2023

At the 2023 South by Southwest(SXSW) conference, which runs March 10-14, scientists and leaders from UC San Diego will contribute their expertise to programming on climate change, space, health, and blue technology.

Graduate Students Recognized as Equity and Diversity Champions

February 16, 2023

Five UC San Diego graduate students will soon join the ranks of the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society, a distinguished organization that applauds scholars whose commitment to diversity, leadership and academic excellence pushes the boundaries of doctoral education.

To the Stars, Tritons

June 16, 2022

…most importantly, make our democracy work. Exercise your right to vote and elect people that will propel us forward in the right direction.” Before blasting off to space, Meir was like many other typical Tritons, floating in the Pacific waters off the coast of La Jolla on her longboard. She…

Class of 2015 Outstanding Grads Share Their Stories

June 18, 2015

…Avril Prakash’s passion for democracy leads her to pursue politics Avril Prakash Avril Prakash has graduated from UC San Diego’s Eleanor Roosevelt College this spring with a major in political science and minor in marketing. She even served as the keynote speaker for the Roosevelt commencement ceremony. As the first…

Walking the Talk

November 17, 2016

…reduce inequity. Whether through democracy, strong public education, quality health care, or broad economic opportunity—reducing inequity is the highest human achievement.” Muralidharan likes to share Gates’ remarks with his students at UC San Diego. Even more importantly, he shares with them his own passion. Students benefit not only from his…

Beyond the March for Science

April 27, 2017

…the public. In a democracy, the public decides what to listen to and what to support, and we have no right to expect them to support science if we don’t continuously put truth to our claim that science is for everyone.” Many UC San Diego community members are already involved…

UC San Diego Veteran Community Members Celebrated for their Service

November 12, 2021

…on marginalized communities and democracy broadly. After Stanford, I was recruited to be UC San Diego’s inaugural campus privacy officer. I have spent my time trying to educate the community on the importance of ethics in our data handling and privacy practices. Q. How did you grow to embrace your…

Marching for Science

April 13, 2017

…our society and our democracy. Science-based and data-driven policies are central to our government. I march because these core values are being questioned in a new and dangerous way. Sonya Norman Associate Professor, School of Medicine Because just 20 years ago we thought of PTSD as a chronic condition where…

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