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May 10, 2018
 
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LONG LIVE THE CRAFT
Yuseff Cherney ’95 used to brew beer in a five-gallon bucket—today, his recipes win awards around the world. Cherney’s UC San Diego roots include leading courses at the Craft Center and UC San Diego Extension, and span a remarkable career—from the backroom origins of Ballast Point to a new journey as founder of Cutwater Spirits. Read More »
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We Need You: Join All of Us to Advance Precision Medicine
UC San Diego Health researchers are calling for volunteers to participate in a landmark precision medicine research effort. Read More »
 
John Lewis
A Living Legend
Political scientists and students discuss the significance of civil rights icon John Lewis serving as UC San Diego keynote commencement speaker. Read More »
Sally Ride
Stamp Ceremony to Commemorate Pioneering Spirit of Sally Ride
 
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Scientists Sniff Out How the ‘Nose Knows’
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UC SAN DIEGO HEADLINES
Chemists ‘Crystallize’ New Approach to Materials Science »
Space Scientists See Clear Skies around ‘Hot’ and ‘Salty’ Planet »
UC San Diego Awards Campus Champions of Integrity »
UC San Diego Professor Natalia Molina Wins 2018 China Residency Exchange Fellowship »
IN THE MEDIA
Washington Post  |  May 3
Earth’s atmosphere just crossed another troubling climate change threshold »
Today  |  May 3
Probiotic bacteria spray eases severe eczema safely in small study »
San Diego Union-Tribune  |  May 8
Who's top-ranked high school in San Diego County? »
CBS News  |  May 9
Bioluminescence from red tide: Algae bloom literally lighting up San Diego waves at night »
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For the first time since researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography have been monitoring, atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide have exceeded 410 parts per million averaged across an entire month. View »
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EVENTS
Gender Bias, Sexism, and Stereotypes in STEM
 
 
CALENDAR
May 11–17
How to Defend Yourself »
 
 
May 14
The Future of Climate Policy Leadership: Perspectives from the Vatican & Brookings »
 
 
May 14
Perspective Lectures: Annual Charles David Keeling Lecture »
 
 
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ATHLETICS
CCAA Championships
 
 
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May 8–12
Women’s Water Polo – NCAA Championships at USC
 
 
May 10–12
Softball – NCAA Regionals in Chico, CA
 
 
May 9–12
Baseball – CCAA Championships in Stockton, CA
 
 
May 11–12
Women’s Rowing – Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia, PA
 
 
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Bike to Work Day is May 17
In support of the regional GO by BIKE initiative, UC San Diego will participate in the 2018 Bike to Work Day event the morning of Thursday, May 17. Join thousands of your fellow Tritons and other San Diegans by participating in this nationally recognized event, which is part of National Bike Month. More Info »
CAMPUS NOTICES
Revisions to the UC San Diego Student Conduct Code and Student Conduct Standards »
Bike to Work May 17 »
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