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Philanthropists Leo and Emma Zuckerman Support Revitalization of  UC San Diego Emergency Department Philanthropists Leo and Emma Zuckerman Support Revitalization of  UC San Diego Emergency Department

When local residents Leo and Emma Zuckerman had need for emergency medical care in late 2021, they were grateful to be able to rely on the nearby Gary and Mary West Emergency Department at Jacobs Medical Center at UC San Diego Health. In gratitude the Zuckermans were inspired to make a gift.

Philanthropists Leo and Emma Zuckerman Support Revitalization of UC San Diego Emergency Department

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Philanthropists Leo and Emma Zuckerman Support Revitalization of UC San Diego Emergency Department
When local residents Leo and Emma Zuckerman had need for emergency medical care in late 2021, they were grateful to be able to rely on the nearby Gary and Mary West Emergency Department at Jacobs Medical Center at UC San Diego Health. In gratitude the Zuckermans were inspired to make a gift.
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UC San Diego Named 5th Best Public University by Academic Ranking of World Universities
The University of California San Diego has been ranked 5th among the nation’s best public universities for its award-winning faculty and alumni, academic performance and impactful research.
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More Evidence that California Weather Is Trending Toward Extremes
A team led by Kristen Guirguis, a climate researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, found evidence that the risk of hazardous weather is increasing in the Southwest. The researchers investigated the daily relationships among four major modes of weather affecting California.
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UC San Diego Research Funding Reaches Record-Breaking $1.64B
From deep sea to deep space, research awards this year provide a window into the tremendous scope of discovery conducted by UC San Diego researchers. In fiscal year 2022, the university earned $1.64 billion in research funding, up from $1.54 billion the previous year—a more than 6 percent increase.