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Neighborhoods and Nosh: A Look at What’s Coming to Campus

September 26, 2023

This fall, UC San Diego will be able to provide on-campus housing to nearly 14,000 undergraduate students. Beyond beds, new projects bring space for a new undergraduate college, innovative green features, diverse dining, campus-inspired art and open space for all to enjoy.

COVID-19 Experts Directory

April 7, 2020

Experts at UC San Diego are available to discuss the novel coronavirus, the COVID-19 illness and the societal impacts of the pandemic.

Regulating Single Protein Prompts Fibroblasts to Become Neurons

January 10, 2013

Repression of a single protein in ordinary fibroblasts is sufficient to directly convert the cells into functional neurons. The findings, which could have far-reaching implications for the development of new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases like Huntington’s, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, will be published online in advance of the January 17 issue…

One Year Later: The Campaign for UC San Diego Makes Waves

March 22, 2018

…transformation underway that is re-energizing the student experience, sparking breakthrough research and innovation, and creating a true learning-living environment. Alumni Champion UC San Diego’s Nontradition UC San Diego is not in this fundraising campaign alone. There are 100 volunteers serving on the Campaign Cabinet… Read More Fueling this growth is…

Top UC San Diego Researchers Win ‘Oscars of Science’

December 7, 2017

…transform sunlight into chemical energy.” She has spent more than 25 years deciphering the mechanisms that allow plants to achieve flexibility in form, pioneering the use of molecular genetics to study how plants respond to their environments and producing major discoveries surrounding how plants sense light and make growth hormones.…

Tritons Meet the Coronavirus Challenge with Resiliency and Acts of Kindness

May 21, 2020

…and to share my energy with them. “We have volunteer performers who come and perform for the seniors for an hour or two, like a talent show.” He continued, “We go to multiple senior homes. Sometimes they invite us for special occasions like Chinese New Year, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.…

NSF Director Touts Magnitude of UC San Diego Research and Outreach During Visit

July 7, 2022

…university research can do—unleashing energy to power innovation, startup companies and an ecosystem of public-private partnerships all coming together as a region,” NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan said. “This is a microcosm of what the nation is in some senses and also what the nation needs to be in all senses.”…

Academic Senate Recognizes Ten Awardees for Superlative Teaching Skills

June 5, 2012

…Roxworthy Emily Roxworthy demonstrates energy and commitment to excellence in teaching. Her focus is on the student, not on herself, which results in innovative engagement that couples humanities with new technologies. This method is most clearly represented in her project Drama in the Delta, which received funding from the National…

In Memoriam: Calit2 Advisory Board Member Phil Smith (1932-2014)

February 21, 2014

Philip M. Smith, the founding co-chair of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) Advisory Board, passed away on February 16, 2014, after a brief illness.

Welcome, Tritons: Events to Look Forward to this Fall at UC San Diego

September 15, 2022

…host events ranging from high-energy rock concerts to theatrical dance performances. The space also serves as a valuable new state-of-the-art venue for the university’s diverse array of arts and culture programming, including works from ArtPower and the School of Arts and Humanities. Here are a few of the events planned…

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