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Frontiers of Innovation

 

As a key part of the Strategic Plan developed by faculty, administrators, postdoctoral scholars, graduate and undergraduate students, staff, alumni and other members of the UC San Diego community, Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla and Vice Chancellor for Research Sandra A. Brown are committed to significant investments in scholarship and science that will keep the university at the forefront of socially beneficial research. One such initiative, led by the UC San Diego Office of Research Affairs, will help launch seven major projects on campus, all focused on advancing the university’s strategic research goals. Read More »

 
Theodore Friedmann

Friedmann Recognized for Pioneering Gene Therapy Research

Dr. Theodore Friedmann, professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, has been named as one of three recipients of the 2015 Japan Prize. The prestigious international award honors laureates whose “original and outstanding achievements in science and technology have advanced the frontiers of knowledge and served the cause of peace and prosperity for mankind.” Read More »

 
Sojourner Truth Statue

Marshall College Unveils Sojourner Truth Statue

She could not be deterred—not by slavery, not by illiteracy and certainly not by naysayers. Sojourner Truth was a woman of strong conviction who used the power of her words to stand up for women’s rights and combat slavery. In recognition of her contributions as a suffragist and abolitionist, a life-size bronze sculpture of Truth was unveiled Jan. 22 at UC San Diego. Read More »

 
 
CARE

UC San Diego Expands Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention Services

After 25 years of successfully helping students, UC San Diego’s Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention Resource Center (SARC) is expanding its services to provide crisis intervention and advocacy to faculty and staff, in addition to students. The center has changed its name to CARE: Advocacy Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and Misconduct. Read More »

 
New VC Becky Petitt

Becky Petitt Named Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Becky Petitt has been appointed as Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, effective March 23. She will serve as the lead senior executive responsible for providing a holistic and integrated vision on all major equity, diversity and inclusion efforts. Read More »

 
 
Roger Reynolds’ 80th Birthday
 

UC San Diego Celebrates Roger Reynolds’ 80th Birthday

Roger Reynolds joined the UC San Diego music faculty in 1969 and has since mentored generations of young composers, won a Pulitzer Prize (1989) and been a leader in exploring ways to harness new technologies for musical purposes. Feb. 3-5, the department of music will celebrate his 80th birthday with a concert, symposium and multimedia installation. Read More »

 
 

Forecasting the Flu Better

 

Enzymes Believed to Promote Cancer Actually Suppress Tumors

 
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Black History Month Opener

Black History Month Opener, Feb. 2

 
The Nile Project

ArtPower! Presents:
The Nile Project
, Feb. 7

   
 

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Sociology Department Founder Joseph Gusfield Dies at 91

Joseph Gusfield, founding chair of the sociology department at UC San Diego, has died. He was 91 years old. Gusfield was an internationally renowned sociologist and one-time activist, whose analysis of social movements remains a foundation for the study of contemporary “culture wars.” Gusfield is also known for his seminal work on drunk driving. Read More »

 
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UC San Diego to Host Symposium on Trajectories in Black Studies on Jan. 30

The UC San Diego Black Studies Project will host the UC-Wide symposium & public gathering, Trajectories in Black Studies: Interdisciplinary Foundations and New Formations, Jan. 30 in Price Center East. Open to the public, the symposium will feature an interdisciplinary lineup of Black Studies scholars from throughout the University of California system. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will feature a morning and evening plenary session as well as four afternoon breakout sessions and a concluding reception. Learn More »

 

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I-5/Genesee Avenue Interchange Construction Begins in February

Appointment of Faculty Director of the Teaching & Learning Commons

UC Director of the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science

 

Construction Alert - University Center Bike and Pedestrian Improvements Project

Director of UC Center Sacramento

Darcy and Robert Bingham Scholarship (for UCSD employed students)

 
 

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Women’s Water Polo Secures Two Wins at UCSB Winter Invite

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Immigrant Exclusion and Insecurity in Africa

Immigrant Exclusion and Insecurity in Africa

By Claire L. Adida
Department of Political Science

 

At Universities, a Push for Data-Driven Career Services
New York Times, Jan. 26

Fitness a Key Weapon Against Some Cancers
U-T San Diego, Jan. 26

Self-Propelled Micromotors Take Their First Swim in the Body
Scientific American, Jan. 23

Help For Sexual Assault Victims
U-T San Diego, Jan. 22

USD, UCSD in Financial Times List of Top Business Schools
Times of San Diego, Jan. 26

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