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An Upward Social Mobility Machine: UC San Diego 2nd Best U.S. University, Says Money Magazine

The University of California San Diego is a national leader in transforming lives of low-income students. One of the best schools for students to get a quality education at an affordable price, Money Magazine has listed the campus No. 2 in its new 2018 Best Colleges for Your Money ranking.

An Upward Social Mobility Machine: UC San Diego 2nd Best U.S. University, Says Money Magazine

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An Upward Social Mobility Machine: UC San Diego 2nd Best U.S. University, Says Money Magazine
The University of California San Diego is a national leader in transforming lives of low-income students. One of the best schools for students to get a quality education at an affordable price, Money Magazine has listed the campus No. 2 in its new 2018 Best Colleges for Your Money ranking.
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UC San Diego Announces Historic $312 Million Fundraising Year
More than $312 million was raised during fiscal year 2017-2018—a record-breaking amount for any San Diego institution of higher education in a single year. The funds go toward the university’s $2 billion goal as part of the Campaign for UC San Diego. Since the campaign was launched in 2012, $1.6 billion has been raised.
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Division of Arts and Humanities Receives $750,000 NEH Infrastructure Award
The arts and humanities will have a stronger and more influential presence on the University of California San Diego campus, thanks to a new $750,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The three-year, matching grant is the largest single award ever received by the university’s Division of Arts and Humanities from the NEH.
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Still Time to Act: Impending Disasters Could Spur Progress Mitigating Climate Change
New research in climate science indicates that extreme events, such as heat waves, the collapse of major ice sheets, and mass extinctions are becoming dramatically more probable. Though cuts in rising emissions appear unlikely with the stalled 2015 Paris agreement, University of California San Diego scientists argue that new developments present an opportunity to shift the politics around climate change. For the first time, scientists can make a strong case that no one is exempt from the extreme and immediate risks posed by a warming world.