The University of California San Diego today announced it plans to open an Innovative Cultural and Education Hub in downtown San Diego at the corner of Park and Market to connect its wide range of programs to the downtown innovation community and to diverse neighborhoods throughout San Diego’s urban…
In 2014, Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla traveled to Imperial County, promising that UC San Diego was committed to ensuring the university played a critical role in the region’s revival.
Mark-Yves Gaunin knew he needed help when it came to his dream of attending college.
The lack of female jazz musicians is by no means a new phenomenon, but it is a persistent one. To help change that, UC San Diego Jazz Camp is working to recruit more girls and women to its five-day summer program.
Delivering on the late astronaut Sally Ride’s pioneering spirit, UC San Diego today announced the official launch of Sally Ride Science at UC San Diego with a slate of summer workshops in science, technology, engineering, art and math, or STEAM, aimed at young women in middle school and high school.
Much has changed in the last 50 years, and the University of California, San Diego Extension has changed right along with it, tailoring its offerings to keep pace with innovation and societal shifts.
The class, fittingly called “How to Make a Disaster Movie Based on Real Science,” is a joint production of UC San Diego Extension, Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Elementary Institute of Science, an organization in Southeast San Diego dedicated to providing STEM (science, technology,…
Teaching an introductory college biology courses is nothing new for Keefe Reuther, who has been an instructor of at UC San Diego since 2009.
Income inequality and the “one percent” are more than mere catch phrases. They are the cornerstone of noted economist Thomas Piketty’s groundbreaking book, “Capital in the Twenty-First Century.”