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What R U Doing? Video Contest Leads into Founders’ Celebration

October 26, 2011

…advance technology or to express your creativity? From conducting cutting-edge research to producing original works of art, we know that our campus community is leading the way in innovation and making a positive impact at the university, and in the greater community. In honor of our newest tradition, Founders’ Celebration,…

Maverick of Science Finds His Match

February 13, 2014

…course of his storied career. Awarded the 2008 National Medal of Science by President Barack Obama, Venter and his team sequenced the first full genome of a free-living organism, the bacterium Haemophilus influenzae, in 1995. He made worldwide headlines again in 2000 when his team tied a rival team in…

UC San Diego’s Helen Edison Lecture Series Welcomes Dr. Bernice A. King: A Discussion on Legacy, Impact, and Community Engagement

April 23, 2024

The Helen Edison Lecture Series, hosted annually by UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies, has a long history of making an impact. Promoting a commitment to engaging with critical issues and inspiring the community, this season’s event welcomes civil rights leader, Dr. Bernice A. King on May 17

White House Advisor Promotes Science, Technology During Campus Visit

March 3, 2016

…they take up excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Holdren was in agreement with a sentiment expressed by most of the researchers that more robust observation of the oceans is needed to better understand phenomena and trends that science has only recently begun to identify. Holdren said a priority of…

UC San Diego Earns Four Prestigious CASE Awards

June 13, 2013

…the start of their careers to tools, resources and private funding opportunities. Participating faculty are provided tailored strategies to build their careers by establishing relationships with the philanthropic community, including education about the role and importance of stewardship. In its first year, the program has reached out to 250 faculty…

Researchers Studying Century-Old Drug in Potential New Approach to Autism

May 26, 2017

In a small, randomized Phase I/II clinical trial (SAT1), researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine say a 100-year-old drug called suramin, originally developed to treat African sleeping sickness, was safely administered to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who subsequently displayed measurable, but transient, improvement in…

UC San Diego Biologists Named Pew Scholars

June 15, 2017

…group of 22 exceptional early-career researchers, Dutton and Villa each will receive four years of flexible funding to pursue foundational research. Pew biomedical scholars are chosen from nominations made by some 180 leading academic and research institutions. This year’s class includes scientists using cutting-edge techniques to study the factors controlling…

I Sit in the Red Chair Because…

November 21, 2019

…chancellor. They came to express their thoughts on diversity—and the results were powerful. “I sit so that one day every student can look at their classroom and see people who are like them,” said undergrad Joyaan Bhesania. "I sit for my ancestors who could not,” said Becky Petitt, Vice Chancellor…

When the World Comes to Life

May 30, 2019

…continue that path and express them in the best ways I can.” The UC San Diego campus community and local San Diego residents are invited to attend the official unveiling of the sculpture from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on June 6. The event will include California Indian bird singers, a blessing and…

In This Era of AI, Will Everyone Be a Programmer?

December 7, 2023

ChatGPT and Large Language Models are viewed by many as a threat to the field of computer science education because they’re able to produce code on command. But the retooled, foundational course, “Introduction to Programming and Computational Problem Solving 1” relies on LLMs.

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