What fuels Frank Bruni’s unflinching curiosity—and often, his New York Times opinion column—frequently comes down to his penchant for seeking out the strange over the familiar.
Denise Moreno Ducheny, senior policy advisor at the University of California, San Diego School of International Relations and Pacific Studies’ Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, will be appointed to a key Obama Administration post, the White House announced Oct. 8.
Over the last 45 years, the number of people living outside their country of origin, known as diaspora, has almost tripled – from 76 million to more than 232 million. Many within diaspora communities around the world maintain active connections within their country of origin. The role of the Mexican…
This will not surprise most dog owners: Dogs can act jealous, finds a new study from the University of California, San Diego. Darwin thought so, too. But emotion researchers have been arguing for years whether jealousy requires complex cognition. And some scientists have even said that jealousy is an…
If you consider your friends family, you may be on to something. A study from the University of California, San Diego, and Yale University finds that friends who are not biologically related still resemble each other genetically.
The UC San Diego community held a special celebration for Toni Atkins Friday in recognition of her recent unanimous election as the 69th Speaker of the California State Assembly.
Thirteen UC San Diego students will take off for research projects around the world this fall with funding from the Boren Awards for International Study and Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The merit-based federal programs each support study and research abroad to foster global understanding and partnerships…
David Victor, an internationally recognized leader in research on energy and climate change policy, has a message to policymakers around the globe: time is running out.
A comprehensive research report prepared by a coalition of nationally-respected urban economic experts contends that both the United States and Mexico would benefit significantly from establishing what is termed a “frictionless border.”
A new online voting platform developed by UC San Diego alumnus Arshya “Ary” Sharifian and UC San Diego undergraduate Miles Minton now allows voters in North County San Diego to directly lobby their elected officials through weekly polls.