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Behind the Scenes with National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin

December 19, 2023

Albert Lin ‘05, ‘06, ‘08 speaks about his new TV show, his roots at UC San Diego, and why he keeps going despite the hazards of life on the road.

New Campus Staff Association Helps Sow Seeds of Sustainability

April 23, 2015

…Plaza. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications “Our goal with this grant is to encourage staff ideas and participation in reaching UC San Diego’s sustainability goals,” said Sasha Doppelt, chair of the Staff Sustainability Network. “The trees that Chris, Andre and Michael are growing will be incorporated into the…

Q&A with Vice Chancellor Gary Matthews on Plans for a Safe Campus and Flexible Workforce

June 3, 2021

…Campus and Flexible Workforce UC San Diego is making plans for a safe and gradual return to full campus operations this fall. To ensure the ongoing safety and well-being of everyone in our campus community, decisions will continue to be guided by the science, data and modeling that made the…

11th Annual Visual Arts Symposium and Open Studios Explore Issues Shaping Culture Today

March 8, 2018

…of art students at UC San Diego. Held annually, the Graduate Symposium and Open Studios showcase the groundbreaking work of Ph.D. student art historians and MFA artists. Organized by the graduate students themselves, the event gives them the opportunity to share their work with the campus and greater community. “The…

Student Life Reignites with Treasured Campus Traditions, New Degrees and Division I Competition

September 30, 2021

…have not yet experienced UC San Diego’s vibrant student life. For sophomore Mae Riley, a history major at Revelle College, the energy at UnOlympics was exciting. “This is the first time I’m participating, and it was a little scary dancing in front of a big audience,” she said. “But it…

Startup Companies Tackle COVID-19 From Many Angles

April 16, 2020

…Innovation Space (QIIS) at UC San Diego are using technology in innovative ways to address many of the challenges we face during these unprecedented times. The Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space is a unique environment where startup companies and industry partners come together to accelerate technology creation. Since it opened its…

Stories of Black Family in America

February 4, 2021

…Feb. 24 | Geisel Library 50th Anniversary Signature Event: A Conversation with Kevin Young Feb. 26 | Black History Month Celebration and Scholarship Awards Ceremony For a full list, visit Stories of Black Family in America Students, faculty and staff share their personal family stories in honor of Black…

An Artistic Adventure: The Stuart Collection Turns 40

October 14, 2021

…its mark on the UC San Diego campus over the past four decades. This October marks the 40th year of the collection, which continues to expand since it was first established through an innovative partnership between the Stuart Foundation and the university. Now with 21 works, and another currently under…

Microplastics: A Macro Problem

February 13, 2020

…lab. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications Flying somewhere over the planet, there’s a plane equipped with research-grade, double-sided tape on the outside of its hull. Each time the pilot lands the plane, he removes the tape, seals it in a package, and replaces it with a new one…

Engineering Students Develop App to Help Protect Marine Conservation Areas

February 14, 2013

…a web app for San Diego Coastkeeper. The app will monitor the health of marine protected areas off the Southern California Coast. A team of engineering students at UC San Diego has been working hard to help protect the beaches and waters off the La Jolla coastline by developing a…

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