As we begin Mental Health Awareness Month, we sat down with Reina Juarez, the director of Counseling and Psychological Services, to learn about how she and her team have helped students maintain peace of mind in a world that presents constant stressors.
This spring, more than 100 undergraduate students will have the opportunity to apply to be part of a new statewide program designed to help address some of California’s most urgent challenges. UC San Diego was selected as an inaugural partner of #CaliforniansForAll College Corps.
There were no strangers at the Black Family Get Together; everyone who walked through the door of the Black Resource Center on April 1 formed instant connections. Smiles and lively conversation drew in the guests—UC San Diego’s newly admitted first year Black students and their families.
The community is invited to join the annual Preuss Promise celebration, which supports the dreams of scholars at The Preuss School UC San Diego, this year happening in-person on April 22 at the San Diego Marriott La Jolla.
Accomplished NASA astronaut Jessica Meir will serve as keynote speaker at UC San Diego’s 2022 All Campus Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, June 11. The UC San Diego alumna credits her experience at the university with preparing her for a career spent conducting bold research.
In recognition of Women’s Herstory Month this March at UC San Diego, we asked four women leaders to share their leadership journey as well as four tips for those who aspire to grow in their career.
The first unofficial Women’s Resource Center was small but mighty. Established April 5, 1974, it was located in the Muir College “fishbowl,” a small student-run space where women could find a comfy couch to sink into with a cup of coffee and freedom to talk openly.
UC San Diego is welcoming 13 new faculty members across eight disciplines who will serve as connection points between the experiences and outcomes of Black and African American people and issues in science, technology, engineering and health.
What is allyship? It is an opportunity to re-evaluate personal beliefs through listening; taking action to dismantle systems of oppression; and consistently working together to advance equity for those who are disempowered. Allyship was the central theme of last week’s Triton Leaders Conference.
This February marks UC San Diego’s 20th annual Black History Month celebration. Throughout the month, we recognize the important contributions of our Black students, staff and faculty and invite the entire campus community to join in a series of events.