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Class of 2022 Outstanding Grads

June 7, 2022

…I was pouring my energy into the creation of Underground Panthers, a collaborative educational partnership between Underground GRIT and Chapman University to solidify a prison-to-university pipeline,” Tang said. “We launched the program for formerly incarcerated students to participate in Chapman University courses; provided culturally competent, trauma-informed support; and cultivated a…

Scientifically, This Was Still a Monster El Niño Year

May 5, 2016

At the outset of the 2015-2016 El Niño season, researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego recognized that all the ingredients of a major event were in place.

Charting the Pacific Century

November 1, 2018

…Is investing in nuclear energy key to mitigating climate change? Is voter fraud as common as alien abductions? And, who will be the winners and losers from the U.S. trade wars? Scholars at the University of California San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) are not afraid to…

A Celebration of Latinx Heritage and Hope

October 7, 2021

…she has channeled her energy into empowering others. She is currently a member (and former president) of UC San Diego’s Underground Scholars Initiative—a student organization connecting formerly incarcerated students and students directly impacted by a loved one being incarcerated. The organization provides a safe haven for individuals with similar backgrounds…

The Epic Lives of Albert Lin

December 30, 2022

UC San Diego alum Albert Yu-Min Lin has explored the world, made a name for himself on National Geographic television and overcome the major obstacle of a life-changing injury. His latest project promises to make life a little bit easier for those who need it most.

Still Connected After all These Years

February 4, 2016

…convert light into chemical energy. He started at UC San Diego as a physics professor in 1960, and is one of the university’s founding faculty members. Today, the 92-year-old still comes into the office to keep up with department news, and recently authored a book on the holocaust. He knew…

Reimagining Public Health

February 2, 2023

From pandemics to health inequities, confronting future crises will look different — and that’s a good thing.

Obituary Notice: Walter Munk, World-Renowned Oceanographer, Revered Scientist

February 8, 2019

Walter Munk, who gave the Allies a strategic edge in World War II, helped nurture a university into existence, and became a living synonym for oceanography, died February 8 at his home in La Jolla, Calif. He was 101.

A Look Back at 2022

December 15, 2022

As we look forward to the upcoming new year, UC San Diego Today invites readers to take a look back at some milestones from 2022.

Student Life Reignites with Treasured Campus Traditions, New Degrees and Division I Competition

September 30, 2021

…at Revelle College, the energy at UnOlympics was exciting. “This is the first time I’m participating, and it was a little scary dancing in front of a big audience,” she said. “But it was also really fun!” Riley, who helped plan Welcome Week events, hopes the series sets the tone…

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