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Tapping Untapped Talent

October 11, 2018

…were paired with undergraduate students and recent graduates from UC San Diego and other local universities for one-on-one mentorship. Together, they worked on emotional intelligence and discussed the unwritten rules of a professional work environment, from giving constructive criticism to working collaboratively. The laboratory is considered to be a safe…

Dalai Lama to Speak on Campus as Part of First Visit to San Diego

January 24, 2012

…the Compassion Without Borders Organizing Committee. “This event will bring together people of different faiths, secularists and non-secularists, scientists, scholars and artists to celebrate our shared values. This event will bring community together and focus our attention on internal values of the humanity so desperately needed in today’s challenging world.”…

SDSC Awarded NSF Grant to Facilitate Sharing and Streaming of Scientific Visualizations

September 10, 2012

The San Diego Supercomputer Center has been awarded a three-year, $810,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a resource that lets researchers seamlessly share and stream scientific visualizations on a variety of platforms, including mobile devices.

A Call to End Funding Discrimination Against Black Scientists in the United States

January 28, 2021

…pipeline to encourage Black students to prepare for and enter careers as researchers and college and university faculty. But once on the job, lack of research funding can derail these careers. Many universities look to faculty members’ ability to support their research as part of their decisions on tenure and…

Campus Recognizes Impact of Mentorship at Annual Postdoctoral Scholar Awards

December 7, 2017

…opportunity and mentorship for students to mature and for ideas to transition to commercial ventures. For postdocs, this phase of your life is more about personal growth than technical knowledge. Take the advice of your mentors because while we may think that we’re the exception to the rule, we know…

Enhancing Safety on Campus through New Tools and Simple Tips

October 8, 2015

…San Diego encourages all students, faculty and staff to organize and participate in the drill, which provides the best preparation in the event of a large-scale emergency. Learn more about how you can participate and what to do during an earthquake. Peterson Hill Bike Path New Bike Path Debuts Construction…

SDSC’s ‘Comet’ Supercomputer Blazing Trails via Science Gateways

November 12, 2015

Just six months after coming online, Comet, the new petascale supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, is already blazing new paths of discovery, thanks in part to its role as a primary resource for an assortment of science gateways that provide…

Q&A with Sandra Brown

May 16, 2011

…university's key functions, including Organized Research Units, contracts & grants, technology transfer, animal care and welfare, research ethics and postdoctoral scholars, among others. A professor and researcher herself, she knows firsthand both the rewards and challenges of UC San Diego's research enterprise. She was appointed to her position in December…

UC San Diego Forum Maps the Future of U.S.-China Relations

February 22, 2024

In its fifth year, the UC San Diego Forum on U.S.-China Relations, national security adviser Jake Sullivan shares the Biden Administration’s ‘invest, align, compete’ strategy with government officials, academics and business leaders in Washington, D.C.

Media Artist Lauren Lee McCarthy Confronts the Boundaries of Bio-Surveillance in New Exhibit

January 8, 2024

A solo exhibition of media artist Lauren Lee McCarthy’s work will open at UC San Diego’s Mandeville Art Gallery on March 2—the largest presentation of the internationally acclaimed artist’s work to date in the United States.

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