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Trailblazing Tritons: Notable Alumni Forge Diverse Paths

May 18, 2017

…and has received the “Women Who Mean Business” award from The San Diego Business Journal. Emmy Sobieski ’88 (Economics) is a CFA Senior Research Analyst at Nicholas Investment Partners and member of the Economic Leadership Council at UC San Diego. She continues to give back to her alma mater as…

Not Just Checking a Box

March 14, 2019

…faculty. The proportion of women increased from 16 to 23 percent of tenure/tenure-track faculty and 31 to 40 percent of all faculty. Meanwhile, reports of inappropriate behavior by faculty decreased significantly, while satisfaction and knowledge about available mentoring and resources improved. The team published these findings February 2019 in the…

Sorority and Fraternity Members Form Lifelong Bonds

October 21, 2021

…quality of life for women and their families through community service as well as civil and social action. “Being a part of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., has shown me that I can still be a leader and reach my career goals despite obstacles put in front of me,” she…

SDSC’s Gordon: A Non-Conventional Supercomputer Fosters Non-Traditional Research Projects

June 5, 2013

When the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of San Diego, California, debuted Gordon early last year, the system’s architects envisioned that its innovative features – such as the first large-scale deployment of flash storage (300 terabytes) in a high-performance computer – would open the door to new…

A Chapter of Renewal

October 15, 2020

…a Task Force for Women in the Physical Sciences whose co-leader, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chair Vicki Grassian, instituted a Vice Chair of EDI and Climate. Early in his term as dean, Boggs also distributed a student climate survey to help inform divisional initiatives, which included a center for…

A Cross-Border Approach to Tackling COVID-19

June 2, 2020

Located just 30 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border, the University of California San Diego is a critical partner in supporting a binational response to the COVID-19 pandemic. UC San Diego and Mexico have forged strong partnerships that have proven to be lifesaving in this time of need.

UC San Diego Names Inaugural Changemaker Faculty Fellows

October 31, 2019

…Madre Assunta; Salvation Army Women’s Shelter; and YMCA Youth Shelter Project Description: Andrews’ project redesigns the Mexican Migration Field Research Program (MMFRP) to be more sustainable, include more concrete learning outcomes and produce more immediate publicly-accessible results for our border region as well as policymakers and migrant advocates more broadly.…

Four Alumni Capture Coveted Tony Nods

May 14, 2024

Four of UC San Diego’s Department of Theatre and Dance alumni are among the talented directors, actors and scenic designers to be nominated for a 2024 Tony Award. And one of their works—a new musical by singer Alicia Keys called “Hell’s Kitchen”—crowns the list as the musical with the most…

Schmidt Futures Fellows Seek to Expand Promise of AI in STEM Fields

March 23, 2023

Ten UC San Diego postdoctoral scholars are applying artificial intelligence (AI) methods to their research in a range of fields thanks to support from the Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, a program of Schmidt Futures.

More Than a Haircut

February 26, 2024

Each month, a group of University of California San Diego School of Medicine students can be found at Freshly Faded Barber + Shop in San Diego’s North Park community conducting blood pressure screenings as a complement to the haircuts and shaves that the Black-owned barbershop specializes in.

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