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A Deep Look into the AI Revolution

December 5, 2023

A virtual event hosted by the School of Biological Sciences offered attendees from around the world a glimpse into how artificial intelligence is being used to accelerate scientific discovery and shape biomedical research, both in academia and industry.

Take 10 With a Triton: Chris Johnson, a Model of Campus Sustainability

April 28, 2022

…Sustainability Worker Years at UC San Diego: 18 What he does at UC San Diego: Chris Johnson’s career at UC San Diego has evolved to follow his passion for sustainable practices. He’s been involved in everything from helping with student gardens and hosting regular campus tree tours as well as…

Faculty and Staff Alert: New Design for Student Triton ID Cards

May 1, 2014

…out materials through the Library, allows the use of recreation facilities, serves as ID for tests and so much more. Associated Students, working with External and Business Affairs and the Campus Card Office, approved the new design that encompasses the UC San Diego Triton Spirit and offers a timeless icon,…

Campus Community Reaches Out to Help Victims of Typhoon Haiyan

November 14, 2013

…org members tabled on Library Walk to collect donations that included canned food and clothing. In addition, the students placed a donation bin in the Cross Cultural Center to collect items such as wound care materials, mosquito repellent, infant formula and blankets. UC San Diego senior Rachel Maureen C. Bajet,…

Journalist Bob Woodward to Discuss ‘The Last of the President’s Men’

November 19, 2015

…his credit, will visit UC San Diego on Friday, Dec. 4 to join Butterfield in a discussion of The Last of the President’s Men. The book, which is based on Butterfield’s observations and previously undisclosed documents, casts a new light on Nixon’s psyche and the inner workings of the White…

Familiar Fiction

May 2, 2022

…the archivist at the UC San Diego Library who was charged with processing and organizing his papers after they were donated to the Library’s Special Collections & Archives in 2013. EXCERPT FROM THE ARCHIVIST It was still baking hot. A traveling sun burned butterscotch through the towering eucalypti. A flock…

The Art of Transformation

March 23, 2017

…America. Photos by Lily Tang/UC San Diego Publications The Art of Transformation Three new murals unveiled at the Raza Resource Centro When you walk into the Raza Resource Centro at UC San Diego, your gaze is immediately drawn to a prominent and vibrantly colored panorama depicting artists and activists, community…

This Service for Peace ‘Alternative Break’ Helped Build a School – and Lifetime Commitments

May 31, 2016

Alternative Breaks for students are local, domestic, and international trips that combine a focus on social justice with strong direct service, and are meant to have a lasting positive impression on the communities served and the students who serve them.

Breaking Down Barriers to Online Education

February 21, 2013

…access Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications The self-described “tinkerers” and “hacker-ninjas” behind a free web app they call “KA Lite” have an immodest goal: They aim to bring the revolution in online education to the 65 percent of the world that isn’t online. Developed by a ragtag team…

UC San Diego Faculty Unite to Master Remote Instruction

May 28, 2020

UC San Diego Faculty Unite to Master Remote Instruction University’s Teaching + Learning Commons plays central role in supporting faculty King Britt, an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Music, has adiscovered an unexpected benefit to the remote format—the ability to invite keynote musicians from around the world. Words…

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