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UC San Diego Announces Recipients of Chancellor’s and Revelle Medals

October 7, 2021

…awarded her the Legendary Women of the Heart award in 2015. Patricia and Christopher Weil For 25 years, Patricia and Christopher Weil have been advocates for UC San Diego, supporting community partnerships, arts and humanities, and education and scholarships. They were among The Preuss School UC San Diego’s earliest supporters,…

UC San Diego Celebrates 18th Annual International Education Week

November 10, 2022

Every November, UC San Diego joins hundreds of higher education institutions worldwide to celebrate International Education Week, an opportunity to champion the benefits of international education and exchange.

UC San Diego Announces Recipients of Chancellor’s and Revelle Medals

October 10, 2019

…a new major in women’s studies, a department of ethnic studies and a new doctorate program in mathematics/science education. Caserio has also authored four textbooks in her field, including “Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry,” which was the most widely used undergraduate organic chemistry textbook in the nation during the 1960s…

UC San Diego Turns 60

November 19, 2020

…Resource Centro and the Women’s Center. Not only is Geisel Library ranked among the nation’s top 25 public academic libraries, but the futuristic building has been featured in several films and television shows, such as “Simon and Simon,” “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes,” and was the inspiration for the “snow…

UC San Diego Raises $3.05 Billion as Campaign for UC San Diego Concludes

July 14, 2022

…the Rady Pavilion for Women and Infants. Alumnus Aaron Sathrum, MS ’06, PhD ’11, can attest to the impact of the care available at Jacobs Medical Center. All three of his children were born at the facility, but his youngest son, Niels, was born at only 26 weeks in the…

UC San Diego Names 2020-2022 Changemaker Faculty Fellows

December 17, 2020

…Project Community Partners: United Women of East Africa, Refugee Health Unit | UC San Diego Center for Community Health, Allies to End Detention, American Friends Service Committee—US-Mexico Border Program, Barrio Logan College Institute, and Casa Familiar Project Description: The project seeks to curate an oral history collection that documents the…

Coming Home: Alumni Faculty Share Why They Came Back to Campus

December 1, 2016

…lives of men and women working in a meatpacking plant on the Ohio River. Yet, there’s a common thread. “It’s a preoccupation with stories about lives that we don’t always hear about, or telling stories that we may be familiar with, but telling them in a different way,” she said.…

Talk of a “Twindemic”

September 17, 2020

…65 and older, pregnant women and persons with underlying medical conditions, such as chronic heart disease, disorders of the kidneys, liver or blood, obesity or a weakened immune system. Most people who contract COVID-19 or the flu recover fully in a few weeks. However, there are accounts of some seriously…

Eight Student Speakers, One Class of 2024

June 13, 2024

UC San Diego’s all campus commencement is going to be different this year. Because we couldn’t pick just one, eight student speakers will offer words of gratitude and inspiration to their fellow 2024 graduates via video at the June 15 ceremony.

Reimagining Public Health

February 2, 2023

From pandemics to health inequities, confronting future crises will look different — and that’s a good thing.

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