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Breaking Ground

October 27, 2016

…manner, compete successfully for careers and be better prepared for graduate school. The basement of the building will house a state-of-the-art laser facility and the new permanent home for the campus’ NIH-designated National Resource for NMR Molecular Imaging of Proteins. This powerful tool helps researchers gain a better understanding of…

20th Annual Report on Sustainable Practices Highlights UC San Diego’s Achievements

January 30, 2024

In University of California’s 20th Annual Report on Sustainable Practices, UC San Diego excelled in best-of-class green building practices, made noteworthy progress in conserving energy and water and was recognized for the quality and quantity of our research related to sustainability.

Going Virtual: UC San Diego 2.0 Keeps Students Connected to Campus

April 30, 2020

…happening in real time. Carol Alvarez, a fourth-year double major in political science and ethnic studies attends Marshall College, and typically commutes to UC San Diego from Rosarito, Mexico. And students are connecting. Carol Alvarez, a fourth-year double major in political science and ethnic studies from Marshall College, is still…

Reflections on COP27 from a First-Time Delegate

November 22, 2022

As a Filipino international student at UC San Diego, I watched what might have been the most talked-about issue at COP27: the concept of loss and damage in which those most responsible for the climate change that has taken place so far help those with less to do with it…

UC San Diego Named Inaugural Partner in Statewide College Corps Initiative

April 21, 2022

…housing insecurity to writing cards for seniors to combat loneliness during the pandemic, to devising new ways to reduce waste and protect our planet. Applications are now open for undergraduate students to apply to be part of a new statewide program designed to help address some of California’s most urgent…

Stimulus Relief Funds Increase Social Distancing to Stop Spread of COVID-19

December 3, 2020

…the COVID-19 pandemic, the CARES Act helped reduce an important source of viral spread: social interaction. In the new paper, researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy and the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy sought to accurately measure public willingness…

Local Cures for the Climate Crisis

October 22, 2020

…starting point for taking urgent actions. To this end, the book’s editors and contributors gathered again, this time together with representatives from 15 different San Diego and Tijuana community organizations and with UC San Diego leadership, for a two-day virtual meetup Oct. 13-14. At the virtual event, public health scientist…

Competition Heats up for UC San Diego’s Graduate Student Recruitment

June 19, 2012

…prepare undergraduates for competitive careers—inspiring as much as they teach. Serlin noted that fellowship support is critical for UC San Diego to attract and retain top graduate students, like Petersen. “The only reason we lose top graduate students is financial. It’s not for lack of faculty and programs, of which…

Embryonic Brain Overgrowth Dictates Autism Severity, New Research Suggests

June 17, 2024

Researchers at UC San Diego found an unusually large brain may be the first sign of autism and visible as early as the first trimester.

Degrees Designed to Make a Difference

October 3, 2019

…but also present a career pathway. New UC San Diego Majors and Minors in 2019-20 New Majors: B.S. in Biological Anthropology (Anthropology), effective Fall 2019 B.A. in Anthropology with a concentration in Climate Change and Human Solutions (Anthropology), effective Fall 2019 B.S. in Human Developmental Sciences with a specialization in…

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