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Rebels with a Cause

February 18, 2016

…went on to a career as a vocational trainer after UC San Diego. “I want him to be well-rounded and fully integrated into campus life, to become involved and find community at the Raza Resource Centro.” The Raza Resource Centro is one of the newest of the five campus resource…

Q&A with Associate Controller and Chief Procurement Officer, on Plans for a Safe Campus

May 20, 2021

…as well as the care we have shown one another. One challenge for me was to make sure to recognize staff when they felt they were being asked to take a bigger risk. It was important for me, as a leader, to show up, connect with people on campus, share…

Heart to Heart: Seven Couples Share Their UC San Diego Love Stories

February 10, 2022

…in India. That memorable car ride was their first one-on-one time together, kicking off their relationship. Their first date was at an old Chinese restaurant in UC San Diego’s neighboring Pacific Beach community. Jyoti shared, “I don’t remember the food being so great, but we were there chatting for hours!”…

When the Language of Cells is Interrupted

November 12, 2020

…the first to clone, express and characterize a number of phosphatases (the enzymes that do the opposite of kinases—remove phosphate groups). He also discovered the substrate of the tumor-suppressing enzyme PTEN, which shares some structural similarities with the phosphatases he studied. Dixon’s work suggested cell signaling pathways that could be…

UC San Diego Researchers Selected for IBM Watson AI XPRIZE ® Competition

May 4, 2017

…enable these systems to express those thoughts to humans in real time using natural language,” said Gabriel A. Silva, a professor of bioengineering and neurosciences at UC San Diego, who leads the Center for Engineered Natural Intelligence. “The algorithms we are developing and the engineering we are doing to push…

Q&A with John Wixted

April 17, 2012

…to me that a career in clinical psychology might hold my interest over the long term. So I stayed an extra year at UC San Diego, double-majored in psychology and biology, and volunteered to work in several research labs. I had no interest in research, but all Ph.D. programs in…

Return to Learn Q&A: Fall Student Life

September 10, 2020

…east side of Tapioca Express (which will feature new fire pits and seating areas). Many of the restaurants in the Price Center and Student Center are open for take-out. We will be encouraging students to gather outside—with physical distancing and face coverings—in their study and social groups. Q. What is…

UC San Diego’s Women’s Center Celebrates 20 Years

May 4, 2017

…place to connect and express her voice to discovering social justice and feminism theories and developing leadership skills as an intern. “My favorite part of the Women’s Center is the feeling of calmness and community when you walk in; I never feel like an outsider. It is more than just…

Time Bender

May 22, 2012

…gas gauge in your car, and the icon on your favorite digital device showing battery power. The number line and its cousins—notations that map numbers onto space and often represent magnitude—are everywhere. Most adults in industrialized societies are so fluent at using the concept, we hardly think about it. We…

Surfing the World for Microbes

October 6, 2016

…force behind Kapono’s academic career is a desire to reconcile traditional ecological knowledge with western science. Infused with a body of ancestral wisdom passed down for generations about the Earth and environment, his goal is to build a complementary foundation of scientific expertise from a different perspective. Kopano works jointly…

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