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Richard and Rita Atkinson Donate $150,000 to Boost Scholarships for Black Students

December 3, 2020

…Resource Center’s Student Success Institute and learning communities as well as tutoring at the Teaching and Learning Commons. For 2020 alumna Caitlan Johnson, the TSDF Black Alumni Scholarship Program helped her secure an undergraduate research position that led to a rewarding career after graduation. “Alongside the financial support that the…

Summer STEAM Workshops from Sally Ride Science Junior Academy Reach Beyond State, National Borders

June 3, 2021

…education is a fundamental human right, whether you are in La Jolla, London or Liberia.” The 2021 Junior Academy comes as Sally Ride Science marks its 20th anniversary. America’s first woman in space had retired from NASA and was teaching physics at UC San Diego when she cofounded Sally Ride…

Give and Make

April 12, 2018

…that, “the field of human organ transplantation will arrive in San Diego with the opening of a transplant unit at County University Hospital.” Within a month, the community hospital, operated by UC San Diego, performed the region’s first kidney transplant on a 32-year-old aircraft worker. Marshall Orloff, MD, then chair…

San Diego 2049 Challenges Graduate Students to Solve Tomorrow’s Problems Today

November 29, 2018

…in partnership with the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, has launched an innovative new program arming students with the tools of science fiction in order to anticipate and highlight future policy issues. Author and alumnus Vernor Vinge. The program, San Diego 2049, challenges UC San Diego’s graduate students…

Ashoka U Exchange Draws Attendees from 25 Countries to UC San Diego

February 28, 2019

…from medical, environmental and humanitarian perspectives. Mandy Bratton, director of the Jacobs School of Engineering’s Global Ties program who also served on this year’s Ashoka U Exchange Agenda Council, moderated the panel. In addition to discussions by medical doctors, engineers and social scientists on the current immigration situation at the…

Creating a New Kind of Climate Warrior

November 3, 2016

…a researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego may have hit upon just the right combination of technology and financial incentive to thin the haze and lift the lid on a problem causing societal ills on multiple levels. Project Surya, introduced by Scripps climate…

Neurosurgeon: My Patients Show Me Real Heroism and Resilience

March 11, 2024

UC San Diego Health provides the most advanced neurological cancer care by combining leading-edge surgical techniques and the latest technology.

9,000 New Students Arrive to an Evolving Campus

October 3, 2019

…is a globally prestigious institution. The professors who teach here, the students who go here, it’s a different caliber of education.” Words of Wisdom for New Students Students, alumni and parents contributed over 200 tips on UC San Diego’s social media pages for incoming first-year and transfer students on how…

Trolley Stations Open on Campus, Connecting the University Like Never Before

December 2, 2021

…Cardiovascular Center, Shiley Eye Institute and the rest of the La Jolla health campus, means San Diegans, our families, friends and neighbors, will enjoy greater access to the health care they need and deserve,” said Patty Maysent, CEO, UC San Diego Health. Thousands of guests were welcomed to the grand…

Class of 2013 Outstanding Grads

June 20, 2013

…bachelor of science in human biology, with minors in history and healthcare social-issues. This fall, Le will attend UCLA where she will work toward earning a Master of Public Health. In addition to her multidisciplinary studies, Le has dedicated her time at UC San Diego to grassroots organizing in support…

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