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UC San Diego Cyber-Archaeologist Participates in ‘Dialogue of Civilizations’

October 19, 2017

University of California San Diego anthropology professor Thomas E. Levy is back in San Diego after participating in the fourth International Conference on Dialogue of Civilizations, held in Ahmedabad, India and co-organized by the National Geographic Society (NGS), Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and India’s Ministry of Culture.

Happy New Year, Tritons: A Message from Chancellor Khosla

January 8, 2024

A message from Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla

New Faculty Reshape the Meaning of Inclusive Research, Teaching and Service

November 28, 2023

Over the past three years, 20 faculty members have been hired at UC San Diego who are committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion using social justice frameworks. This fall, an additional $175,000 grant was received to support faculty retention and success.

UC San Diego Turns 60

November 19, 2020

…a touchstone in global climate change research and understanding. In the fall of 1964, UC San Diego welcomed its first trailblazing class of 181 undergraduates. Since then, the university’s population of bright and talented students have been steadily climbing. This summer, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the university safely and successfully…

CARTA Maps Humanity’s Distinctive Evolution

February 17, 2022

…biology, evolutionary medicine and climate change. “In short, anthropogeny is concerned with what made us such a strange ape,” said Pascal Gagneux, Ph.D., CARTA associate director and professor of pathology and anthropology at UC San Diego. “It’s both fascinating and humbling that we don’t have answers to some of the…

Technology-Enhanced Learning: From Campus to the World

June 21, 2013

The academic landscape is changing rapidly, due in no small part to recent advances in technologies to enable, enhance and deliver teaching and learning to a worldwide audience.

Bermuda 100 Challenge: Preserving Shipwrecks, Pixel by Pixel

March 27, 2017

Researchers at QI, in cooperation with the government of Bermuda, have announced the launch of the Bermuda 100 Challenge, an ambitious campaign to digitally document at least 100 ships, artifacts and other sites in Bermuda’s shallow reefs.

Actual Reality Beckons at Conference on Future of Virtual Reality

October 21, 2015

Virtual reality has become a lightning rod, with opinions split on the substance and relevance of its future applications. UC San Diego’s recent “Future of Virtual Reality” conference demonstrated that this technology has far-reaching potential—not only in the realm of gaming, but in fields like archaeology and medicine as well.

NSF Gives Green Light to Pacific Research Platform

August 3, 2015

NSF has awarded Calit2, CITRIS and nearly 20 participating institutions a $5 million, 5-year grant to create the Pacific Research Platform to enable a science-driven data freeway system in the western U.S. with speeds 1,000 times faster that today’s traffic between campuses.

John Wooley: In Memoriam

May 5, 2015

Dr. John Wooley, the long-time associate vice chancellor for research and professor of pharmacology at the University of California, San Diego, passed away in April after a long battle with cancer.

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