Daniel J. Donoghue, vice-chair of the University of California, San Diego’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been appointed as provost at UC San Diego’s Sixth College, effective January 2012.
The University of California, San Diego has received a record 75,968 freshman and transfer applications for Fall 2012. The university received the second highest number of applications from California resident freshmen among the UC campuses.
More than 500 members of the University of California, San Diego community will honor Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy by participating in San Diego’s 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Jan.15.
The Winter Game Fest at the University of California, San Diego, one of the largest free video game festivals in Southern California, has grown even bigger––expanding from two days to three from Jan. 13-15. This year, the tournament, which is open to the public, is expected to have more than 2,000…
What does it mean to be human? Are there essential human qualities and characteristics? How do we know what they are? And how did we acquire them? These questions will be explored in “Making of the Modern World: To Be Human,” a nine-part public lecture series on the campus…
The University of California, San Diego is again named a best value public college, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine.
Want to know how to how to have a green and cost-friendly holiday season? Well, two students at the University of California, San Diego have taken it upon themselves to provide tips on how to keep the holiday spirit while making simple changes to help protect our environment and save money.
The University of California, San Diego is ranked the 19th best research university by a new global ranking aiming to provide highly accurate measurements of the scientific impact of universities and their contributions to scientific collaboration.
At age 20, Christie Milton-Toress was diagnosed with HIV and her husband, Angel, was diagnosed two months later with AIDS. Fortunately, their only child was born HIV negative. At the time in 1985, very few women were speaking out about their experiences with HIV. However, Toress became a spokesperson…
World AIDS Day will be recognized by the University of California, San Diego with a variety of programs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 1, including a public viewing of portions of the AIDS Memorial Quilt.