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News Archive - Erika Johnson

  • UC San Diego Earns Four Prestigious CASE Awards

    Nearly 3,000 entries from higher education institutions and nonprofits around the world were considered by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for this year’s Circle of Excellence Awards for outstanding work in advancement services, alumni relations, communications, fundraising…

  • An Ocean of Courage

    “It was scary. It was emotionally draining. It took everything out of me more days than not,” said Jacob Robinson. Being in a wheelchair, Robinson had some fears about circumnavigating the Atlantic Ocean, but last summer he seized the opportunity to explore the world through the Semester at Sea Program.…

  • Sun God Festival Draws Sell-out Crowd

    Students were drawn to RIMAC Field from all corners of the campus Friday, mesmerized by the pulsating music, eager to escape the pressures of exams and get lost in the moment with friends.

  • UC San Diego Alumni to Re-connect with Campus During 5th Annual Alumni Weekend June 6-9

    The University of California, San Diego will host the 5th Annual Alumni Weekend, June 6-9, where thousands of graduates will enjoy signature events designed to engage and inspire.

  • Staff Members Lauded for Compassion, Dedication at Annual Exemplary Employee of Year Awards

    Kate McDevitt believes in the power of “taste education.” By teaching kids how to grow, harvest and cook fruits and vegetables, a new appreciation and enjoyment for health and nutrition can be fostered at an early age.

  • Fiesta de las Estrellas Celebrates ‘Star’ Scholars at UC San Diego

    The UC San Diego Hispanic Scholarship Council will host its 16th annual Fiesta de las Estrellas April 25 to raise scholarship funds for outstanding students, with an opportunity for donors to meet the students whose lives will be transformed by their gift.

  • Students Connect, Collaborate and Career Search on New Interactive Portfolio Platform

    Students at the UC San Diego are known for their innovative ideas that transcend classroom walls, but these achievements can lose their vigor when confined to a single bullet point on a traditional printed resume.

  • Preuss School Teacher Anne Artz Awarded Einstein Fellowship

    Anne Artz, a teacher at The Preuss School UCSD, has been selected as one of only 27 K-12 educators nationwide to be a Congressional Fellow for the 2013-2014 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program, where she will serve for an academic year as a representative and promoter for STEM…

  • Muir Musical Ensemble Presents “Sweeney Todd” April 11-13 at UC San Diego

    The University of California, San Diego’s annual Muir Musical returns this year with a production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” This chilling tale of a man wrongly accused and seeking revenge through the guise of a barber shop will bring together students from all six…