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Convocation Keynote


It’s no surprise that Vivienne Ming, Muir, ’00, was selected to address thousands of UC San Diego students at this year’s Convocation. The alumna, who served as keynote speaker for the ceremony that marks the official entrance of new students to the campus community, is a story of success. Her secret? Failure. Read More »

Welcome Week 2016
Chancellor’s Associates Scholars

Chancellor’s Associates Scholars Program Welcomes Record-Breaking Class

As the new school year kicked off last week, UC San Diego welcomed the largest and most diverse class of Chancellor’s Associates Scholars at a special welcome reception hosted by Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla. Read More »

Hannah and Zachary Johnson

Gift to UC San Diego Will Establish San Diego’s First Mother’s Milk Bank

For newborn infants, research shows that human milk provides the healthiest possible start to life. To address this need, San Diegans Hannah and Zachary Johnson recently made a generous gift to launch the Mother’s Milk Bank at UC San Diego. Read More »

Native American Day

Educational and Artistic Events Center of UC San Diego’s California Native American Day Celebration

Spoken word and theatrical performances, film screenings, a powwow as well as an art and essay contest are all part of UC San Diego’s 11th annual California Native American Day celebration. Read More »


UC San Diego Innovators Earn Biocom Life Science Catalyst Awards


Three UC San Diego Biologists Receive Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholar Awards

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Kim Katrin Milan

LGBTQ History Month Featured Speaker: Kim Katrin Milan, Oct. 6

Walk the Block Party

Walk the Block Party, Oct. 15




Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Launches New Series: Engaging Our Principles of Community

This fall, the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will kick off a series of initiatives to emphasize UC San Diego’s Principles of Community as central tenets for a more equitable campus climate. The series—Engaging Our Principles of Community—will include seminars and workshops, as well as Campus Climate Enhancement Grant opportunities, ranging from $2,500 to $10,000. The Principles of Community serve as a foundation to provide fair and equitable treatment for all campus members, encourage a climate of cooperation and professionalism, foster inclusiveness and respect, and promote collaborative attitudes and actions. Learn More »


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University Policy on Hazing


Holiday Schedule - December 26, 2016 to January 3, 2017

Active Directory Password Reset

Update - Improvements to Triton Alert Emergency Notification System



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Women's Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball Wins Fourth Annual Reis Cup Over Cal State San Marcos


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By Benjamin Bergen,
Department of Cognitive Science


UCSD Ranked Among Top Universities in World
NBC San Diego, Sept. 24

UCSD Opens Housing Based on Race, Sexual Identity
San Diego Union-Tribune, Sept. 26

War Studies Suggest a Concussion Leaves The Brain Vulnerable To PTSD
NPR, Sept. 26

Molecular Switch May Boost Cancer Immune Therapy: Study
San Diego-Union Tribune, Sept. 26

UCSD Gets $29.3M to Overhaul Research Ship Roger Revelle
San Diego-Union Tribune, Sept. 23

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