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27th Annual Luau and Legends of Surfing Invitational Set to Make Virtual Waves

July 30, 2020

…was revitalized with newfound energy, less pain and a whole new life. However, when the promising cancer drug was discarded for safety concerns and its trial pulled, Jamieson and her team were forced to turn to alternate trials and treatments to halt Dillon’s disease. With the health of multiple patients…

Campus Launches Philanthropic Crowdfunding Platform

April 9, 2015

…ways to store electric energy in modular batteries,” said Raymond de Callafon, a mechanical engineering professor and one of the project leads. Crowdsurf has helped increase exposure for the project through social media, he added. Through the M-BEAM Electric Vehicle Cross Country Challenge, the team has already raised nearly $40,000…

Center for Visual Computing Has Major Presence at Upcoming Computer Vision Conference

July 19, 2017

Computer vision researchers from UC San Diego will have a major presence at the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, which starts July 21 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Twenty papers on the agenda featuring at least one co-author, most of them affiliated with the Center for Visual Computing.

What’s New at Founders’ Day 2012

November 1, 2012

…exciting; that the humanities are a vital source of energy on a public university campus; that the book is not dead; that digital technologies may supplement but never truly replace the printed or handwritten text; and that the experience of teaching and reading can be engaging, funny, moving, and life…

Department of Defense Awards Funds to 14 UC San Diego Researchers to Develop Instrumentation

July 29, 2015

The Department of Defense (DoD) announced awards to researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego that will help scientists characterize waves, improve ocean weather and climate prediction, and analyze acoustics in the deep ocean.

Meet Cristina Della Coletta, Dean of Arts and Humanities

February 12, 2015

…I find that very energizing. What should people know about arts and humanities at UC San Diego? First of all they should know about the strengths of our faculty – the quality of the faculty first and foremost –and then the distinctiveness of our departments. At more traditional institutions, just…

A Hopeful Message Gets a Hearing

April 18, 2013

…by the Environmental and Energy Study Institute, a nonprofit formed by a Congressional caucus in 1984. Ramanathan’s “cutting-edge research speaks to his abilities as a scientist and the strength of Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s research team,” said Peters. “His work to improve our air quality and to understand climate change…

The School of GoPro: Founder Nick Woodman’s Five Lessons for Success

June 12, 2014

…love of surfing. The energy in the room spiked. With GoPro in hand, Woodman animatedly captured each moment, smiling and cheering along with his fellow UC San Diego alumni here for Alumni Weekend, and current students taking a break from finals to be inspired. There was even an impromptu selfie…

An Incomplete Victory

February 27, 2020

…of voting. The mental energy would be too draining and jeopardize reproductive health. And if women do not have the physical capacity to defend the United States, they should have no involvement in determining its policies. Women’s History Month at UC San Diego Join in a series of events celebrating…

Theatre and Dance Students Take the Lead in Spring Quarter’s Virtual Productions

June 4, 2020

…said, “that the act of creation leads to increased energy and abundant joy. All our students are staying immersed in their craft, while forging community amidst isolation. This is a sensitive time and a difficult time, but we forge ahead. We imagine.”

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