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Jet-Set and Learn: Summer Travels Transform Student Perspectives

September 28, 2023

This summer, the world became a classroom for hundreds of Tritons who ventured out of their comfort zones, immersed themselves in unfamiliar cultures, met new people and opened their minds to new ideas and fresh possibilities for the future.

Extended Studies Showcase 2023 Brings Campus and Community Together for Powerful Partnerships

October 3, 2023

UC San Diego Extended Studies hosted a full day of learning, discovery, and exploration at Showcase 2023 on Thursday, September 21, in celebration of powerful partnerships.

2023 Revelle Medal Recipients Announced

October 17, 2023

UC San Diego honors four remarkable individuals as recipients of the 2023 Revelle Medal, which recognizes retired or emeriti faculty members for sustained, distinguished and extraordinary service to the university.

Kyoto Prize Symposium to Honor Three Global Visionaries

February 8, 2024

UC San Diego and Point Loma Nazarene University will co-host the 23rd annual Kyoto Prize Symposium on March 13 and 14. The 2023 Kyoto Prize Laureates are Elliott H. Lieb for Basic Sciences, Ryuzo Yanagimachi for Advanced Technology and Nalini Malani for Arts and Philosophy.

UC San Diego Alumni Kick Off ‘First Wave’ of Support for Triton Alumni and Welcome Center

March 21, 2024

The University of California San Diego’s highly anticipated Triton Center will serve as the heart of campus, and its Triton Alumni and Welcome Center will be a central hub for returning alumni. Several UC San Diego alumni leaders have stepped up to support the project, including Taner Halıcıoğlu ’96

“Lienzo de Piedra”/“Canvas of Stone” by Fabio Esteban Amador

April 10, 2024

A photographic exhibition opening with the Qualcomm Institute captures caves long-considered by the Maya to be entrances to the underworld.

UC San Diego Library Adapts to Meet the Needs of Today’s Students

May 1, 2024

Today’s college students value versatile library spaces that are adaptable to various academic needs, including group work, engagement with print collections or research using computer workstations. Find out how UC San Diego’s iconic Geisel Library adapted its interiors to meet those needs.

Composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir Allures Listeners with Otherworldly Orchestras

June 4, 2024

UC San Diego music alumna Anna Thorvaldsdottir has been described by NPR as “one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music.” She recently won the 2024 CHANEL Next Prize and just premiered her newest orchestra METAXIS.

Q&A with Brian Schottlaender

May 22, 2012

…areas, and spaces for exhibitions, lectures and other activities. Specifically, we are planning to open a 24/5 study space (Sunday thru Thursday) in Geisel Library next fall, something our students have long wanted. We realize that students have lost critical study space on campus. However, the Libraries and the campus…

Class Acts: Annual Faculty Excellence Awards Honor Outstanding Scholars

April 21, 2016

…more than 50 solo exhibitions. Her work is represented in permanent collections from the United Kingdom to Australia. On campus she serves as a graduate advisor and is a member of the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation. “Professor Gallaccio is one of the most gifted artists…

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