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Making a Mark in Downtown

 

UC San Diego is going urban. In December, the university announced its plans to build an Innovative Cultural and Education Hub in downtown San Diego at the corner of Park Avenue and Market Street. The new center will connect a wide range of campus programs to the downtown innovation community and more closely link diverse neighborhoods throughout San Diego’s urban core. Read More »

 
Humanities, Social Sciences Professors Discuss a Future with Trump

Humanities, Social Sciences Professors Discuss a Future with Trump

As the United States prepares for a future under the leadership of President Donald Trump, The Global Forum at International House provided a space for community discourse that examined what we know—and what we don’t know—about the new presidency. Read More »

 
Engineering Students Named Finalists in Walt Disney Design Competition

Engineering Students Named Finalists in Walt Disney Design Competition

Imagine a place at UC San Diego where slides twist and turn around Torrey pine trees, and suspension bridges tower over waterfalls. That is the design created by a team of UC San Diego engineering students competing in the 2017 Walt Disney Imagineering Imaginations Design Competition. Read More »

 
 
ArtPower Brings Together Diverse Artists and Audiences

ArtPower Brings Together Diverse Artists and Audiences

It’s the 13th season of ArtPower at UC San Diego, and the organization is putting its heart into bringing together diverse performers and audiences. Read More »

 
Training Better Scientists Half a World Away

Training Better Scientists Half
a World Away

Wael Al-Delaimy is determined to teach academics and researchers in the Middle East and North America responsible conduct of research (RCR), a standard required by the National Institutes of Health and other funding agencies. Read More »

 
 
Gospel Choirs to Spread Joy at Lytle Scholarship Concert Jan. 29
 

Gospel Choirs to Spread Joy at Lytle Scholarship Concert Jan. 29

Clapping is optional, but it may be difficult to resist. That’s what gospel music is intended to do—get you swaying, tapping your feet and joining in the joyful harmony. On Sunday, Jan. 29, UC San Diego will host the 21st annual Lytle Scholarship Concert. Read More »

 
 

Lucy Killea, Political Pioneer and UC San Diego Alumna, Dies at 94

 

CIRM Approves New Funding to UC San Diego Researchers Fighting Zika Virus and Cancer

 
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Evening with an Entrepreneur: Taner Halicioglu

Evening with an Entrepreneur: Taner Halicioglu, Jan. 31

 
UC San Diego’s 5th Annual Siblings Day

UC San Diego’s 5th Annual Siblings Day, Feb. 4

   
 

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Updated Cyber Security Awareness Training Required for Faculty, Staff and Student Employees

As part of the university’s continued efforts to address the increasing threats to the security of information systems and data, an updated Cyber Security Awareness Training is being rolled out for all University of California faculty, staff, and student employees. Effective Jan. 18, 2017, university employees who have completed the full eCourse will be assigned an annual refresher course. Those who have not completed the full training will be required to fulfill the complete program. The video-based course is delivered online through the UC Learning Center. Read More »

 

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Reaffirmation of University of California San Diego’s Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment

January 31, 2017 Representative Assembly Meeting

Data Sciences and Analytics Faculty Forums

 

UC Compliance and Conflict of Interest Training for Researchers

CONSTRUCTION ALERT–Osler Lane and Pharmacy Lane Street Traffic, Bike Lane, and Pedestrian Access Impact

 
 

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Fencing Team Earns a Victory and Three Podium Finishes at San Diego Open

Fencing Team Earns a Victory and Three Podium Finishes at San Diego Open

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What Is a Human? What the Answers Mean for Human Rights

What Is a Human? What the Answers Mean for Human Rights

By John H. Evans,
Department of Sociology

 

Sedentary Lifestyle in Older Women ‘Ages Body Cells’
BBC, Jan. 19

Can Beer Be Brewed on the MOON? Lunar Mission to Launch at the End of This Year Could Find Out
Daily Mail, Jan. 23

How to Make America’s Robots Great Again
New York Times, Jan. 25

UC San Diego Gets Millions in Grants For Cancer, Zika Research
KPBS, Jan. 20

UCSD Moving into Final Stage of Div. I Acceptance
San Diego Union-Tribune, Jan. 24

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