Spotlight on Faculty Research: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Edwin Hutchins is a professor in the Department of Cognitive Science. He has spent his career trying to understand human cognition in social, cultural and material context, although his primary research sites, since 1989, have been in the world of commercial aviation.

June 13, 2011Faculty Research, Research

Q&A with Anna Gandolfi

Even though she's a staff member, Anna Gandolfi looks forward to commencement every year. And she starts thinking about it way before June. That's because she helps to plan the numerous graduation ceremonies. In addition to her duties as the business officer at John Muir College, she took on the additional commencement coordination duties in 2008 when the Council of Provosts appointed her to the position. She has worked at UC San Diego for more than two decades and was named a UC San Diego Exemplary Employee of the Year in 2006. She has also served as Chair of the Staff Association. In this interview, she talks about the challenges and fun of coordinating so many commencement ceremonies, her volunteer work and what she's learned about UC San Diego over the years.

June 13, 2011Q and A, Q & A

UC San Diego Charts Significant Progress in Diversity Efforts During Its 50th Anniversary Year

From artwork to outreach, the University of California, San Diego continues to institute programs and policies aimed at enhancing campus climate and welcoming a diverse community.

June 13, 2011General, On Campus, Campus & Community

UC San Diego Volunteers Donate 62,000 Hours of Service Worth $1.5 Million

More than 3,300 members of the UC San Diego community donated over 62,000 hours of service during the university’s 50th anniversary celebration, contributing roughly $1.5 million of free labor, according to calculations from Independent Sector, which provides the value of a volunteer hour.

June 13, 2011General, On Campus, Campus & Community

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