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Engineering, medicine and social sciences ranked in nation’s top 20

The 2018 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools guidebook names UC San Diego’s professional schools in engineering and medicine, as well as its academic Ph.D. programs in the social sciences and humanities, among the best in the nation. Read More »

 
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Engineering Students Hope Design Based on Tuna Tail Fin Will Power Them to Win Submarine Race

With a propulsion system inspired by the tail fins of tuna, UC San Diego engineering students aim to win an annual human-powered submarine race this summer. The race pits student teams from around the world against each other. Read More »

 
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Triton Days Invites Newly Admitted Students to Explore UC San Diego’s Limitless Possibilities

This spring, a new wave of students will be welcomed to UC San Diego at Triton Days, an annual showcase of all that the campus has to offer. Admitted freshmen will explore the campus at Triton Day on Saturday, April 8, while Transfer Triton Day will occur on Saturday, May 6. Read More »

 
Student speaker needed for All Campus Commencement
 
Brian Keating and Sarah Price-Keating

New Sally Ride Fellowship to Support Women in Physics

UC San Diego physics professor Brian Keating and his wife, Sarah Price-Keating, have provided a $50,000 lead gift to fund the Sally Ride Graduate Fellowship for the Advancement of Women in Physics. Read More »

 
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UC San Diego Earns 12 CASE Awards

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has awarded UC San Diego top honors for outstanding work in alumni relations, design and photography, digital communications, magazines, marketing and video. Read More »

 
UC San Diego Triton 5K Support the Campaign for UC San Diego April 9, 2017
 

Researchers Create Model of Anorexia Nervosa Using Stem Cells

 

New Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight

 
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Inter-Sustainability Council Presents: Green Talks, April 4

 
Spring Awakening

Muir Musical Ensemble and Associated Students Present ‘Spring Awakening’, April 8–15

   
 

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UC to Begin Re-Verifying Benefits Eligibility of Some Family Members in April

If you are faculty, staff or a retiree enrolled in UC-sponsored health plans and you cover a spouse, domestic partner, grandchild or legal ward under your benefits, Secova, Inc., will contact you in early April as part of the Family Member Eligibility Recertification project. The university strives to balance the demands of escalating health care costs while maintaining high quality benefits for our members and their families. If you are contacted by Secova, you must submit your completed and signed verification form and other required documentation to Secova by May 12, 2017. Read More »

 

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April 4, 2017 Representative Assembly Meeting

Revised Policy and Procedure Manual (PPM) Section 200-13 Conflict of Interest Policy

 

CONSTRUCTION ALERT – Mid-Coast Light Rail Transit Project: Warren Field Light Removal

 
 

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Epic NCAA West Region Championship Game Ends in Loss for Tritons

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The Ethics of War: Essays

Edited by Saba Bazargan-Forward and Samuel C. Rickless,
Department of Philosophy

 

Internet Pioneer Seeks Another Revolution: 3D Imaging for Colon Surgeries
San Diego Union-Tribune, March 9

UC San Diego Scientists Discover Link Between Anorexia, Specific Gene
KPBS, March 14

UCSD Grad Programs Earn High Rankings in U.S. News and World Report
CW6 San Diego, March 14

UCSD Basketball Reaches West Regional Final
San Diego Union-Tribune, March 11

You Are What You Surf
Hawaii Business Magazine, March 10

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