Uncertainty is bad for business; however, it can be mitigated by trade agreements which help countries become more resilient to economic shocks, according to a new University of California School of Global Policy and Strategy study.
A firm believer in being willing to learn and listen to make improvements, Cong loves being able to help improve the university’s accessibility and inclusivity. Another thing he loves? Getting people to come together over music.
During October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a breast cancer survivor and UC San Diego Health employee shares her personal experiences from the moment of diagnosis and receiving life-saving care, to the important lessons she has learned along the journey.
As part of UC San Diego’s commemoration of Latinx Heritage Month, acclaimed producer Yvett Merino is visiting campus on Oct. 28 to deliver a celebratory keynote address.
How’s the stock market doing? Any investment tips? These are questions economists face and fend off all the time. But most don't study financial matters like these. Most economists are trying to figure out how people change their actions in response to changing circumstances or changing policies.
For Sky Yang and Giulia Corno, getting involved with student government seemed like a great way to make a difference. Now, as the presidents of Associated Students and the Graduate & Professional Student Association, respectively, they share what they hope to accomplish this year.
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