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Creating a More Bike-Friendly Campus

February 5, 2015

Photo by Erik Jepsen, UC San Diego Publications Creating a More Bike-Friendly Campus A popular pathway is about to get a makeover as part of UC San Diego’s efforts to create a more bicycle-friendly campus. Peterson Hill, located between Peterson Hall, the Cognitive Science Building and the Faculty Club is…

An Update from Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla

May 5, 2024

On May 1, 2024, campus community members and non-affiliates established an illegal encampment near Library Walk. As I stated in my previous message, unauthorized encampments are strictly prohibited, and we must enforce our campus policies and the law for the safety and well-being of all members of our campus community.

Archaeologists Explore Secrets of Neolithic Village off Israel’s Coast

December 10, 2020

…off Israel’s Coast—Under COVID-19 UC San Diego archaeologist and Qualcomm Institute (QI) affiliate Thomas Levy and Assaf Yasur-Landau of the University of Haifa in Haifa, Israel and their teams have completed a combined physical and virtual excavation of a Neolithic underwater settlement off Israel’s Carmel coast. The expedition could reveal…

Drone Truthing

August 3, 2017

Drone Truthing UC San Diego researchers developing new high-tech approach to detecting structural damage during extreme events such as earthquakes Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego A team of researchers from across UC San Diego is developing a new approach for detecting damage to buildings during earthquakes and other extreme…

Monumental Sculpture Pays Homage to the First Instant Message

November 15, 2018

…sculpture—the 20th addition to UC San Diego’s Stuart Collection— is a monumental ode to the origins of today’s lightning-speed communications. Photo by Erika Johnson/UC San Diego Communications. Monumental Sculpture Pays Homage to the First Instant Message Artwork by Mark Bradford one of three new additions to UC San Diego’s Stuart…

‘Alternative Accounts’

January 31, 2013

‘Alternative Accounts’ Curated by UC San Diego students, Plains Indian ledger art exhibition at San Diego Museum of Art shares Native vision of American history Cheyenne warrior engaging enemies, by Black Horse (Northern Cheyenne). The Black Horse Ledger, 1879-1885, is on view in “Alternative Accounts” for the first time. The…

It’s Easy Being Green: Campus Learns Eco-Friendly Lifestyle Tips at Earth Week Events

April 23, 2015

…worms. Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications It’s Easy Being Green: Campus Learns Eco-Friendly Lifestyle Tips at Earth Week Events They learned to compost, plant succulents in recycled water bottles, appreciate the unseen beauty beneath the sea and conserve water. UC San Diego’s Earth Week participants rolled up their…

Q&A with the Visitors Tour Program

November 14, 2011

…learn something new at UC San Diego. Just take a tour. Every Sunday, knowledgeable adult volunteer guides offer free tours of the campus through the UC San Diego Visitors Tour program. The guides present a general overview of our 1,200-acre campus, imparting their insight about UC San Diego’s history, architecture,…

Chancellor Unveils New Award Program to Boost Team-Based Research

January 25, 2024

Chancellor’s Interdisciplinary Team Catalyst Awards aim to foster sustainable, interdisciplinary collaborations and to assist teams in developing tailored funding strategies for grand scientific and societal challenges.

Class of 2022 Outstanding Grads

June 7, 2022

…of 2022 Outstanding Grads UC San Diego’s Class of 2022 doesn’t shy away from making waves. Their curiosity and drive have spanned efforts such as ensuring equitable access to mental health resources to researching the intersection between the LGBTQ+ community and video games and investigating how sustainable materials can be…

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