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The Human Condition Affects Us All

July 12, 2023

The Human Condition, an annual humanities magazine published by the School of Medicine students, encourages creative endeavors that encompass the experiences, emotions and challenges that make us all who we are.

NEH Grant Propels Quest to Uncover the Lost Histories of the Chichimeca

March 14, 2024

UC San Diego Professor of History Dana Velasco Murillo is searching for traces of the neglected voices of the nomadic Chichimeca peoples. The six-year research project is nearing completion, thanks to a recent $60,000 grant received from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

UC San Diego’s Division of Arts and Humanities Wins Its Largest Foundation Grant

October 12, 2016

…Division of Arts and Humanities took a leading role to secure a $2.59 million grant award from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The award supports a joint program with the San Diego Community College District (SDDCD) that helps humanities transfer students transition to UC San Diego—a top 10 public university.…

UC San Diego Encourages Creativity of Prospective Students

April 14, 2016

…Division of Arts and Humanities welcomes creative students. In fact, most employers in today’s competitive market do, too (humanitiesindicators.org). The arts and humanities division prides itself on the foundational, transferable and enduring skills that it offers students well beyond their college years. To maximize the number of students who can…

Statement Regarding Attack in Turkey

June 30, 2016

Once again this week, the world awoke to news of a terrorist attack on innocent travelers. Scores were killed and injured in the Istanbul Ataturk Airport suicide bombing.

UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities Offers New Summer Academy

January 19, 2017

…Division of Arts and Humanities Offers New Summer Academy UC San Diego’s Division of Arts and Humanities is on a mission to highlight the value of the humanities, to increase student enrollments, and to assist low-income, first-generation and underrepresented students. Its vision was recently recognized by the Andrew W. Mellon…

Mining Microbiomes

October 29, 2015

…are only 10 percent human. Ninety percent of the cells that make up our bodies are actually bacteria, viruses, fungi and other microbes. And researchers are now finding that these unique microbial communities — called microbiomes — can greatly influence human and environmental health. The human gut microbiome alone has…

UC San Diego’s Division of Arts and Humanities Helps Students the “Write” Way

November 10, 2016

…Division of Arts and Humanities Helps Students the “Write” Way UC San Diego’s Division of Arts and Humanities is devoted to developing students’ skills of critical thinking and analytic expression. Those skills include writing analytically. Some students, however, who enroll at the university—including some first-generation, underrepresented and international students—have not…

Students to Discover Paths, Make Connections at Conference for Research in the Arts, Humanities and

October 30, 2014

…Research in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Nov. 4 UC San Diego undergraduates in the arts, humanities and social sciences are using research as a means to deepen engagement in their fields and make interdisciplinary connections to further define their academic interests. On Nov. 4, they will have an…

Breaking Down Barriers to Success

May 2, 2019

…Division of Arts and Humanities Breaking Down Barriers to Success Arts and Humanities transfer students shine in campus-wide McNair Program Three transfer students in the Division of Arts and Humanities have been selected as campus McNair scholars, a national program that supports first-generation students to help break down barriers in…

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