Dr. Pradipta Ghosh, Soumita Das, Larry Smarr and Jürgen Schulze—researchers in diverse disciplines at the University of California San Diego—have been granted a total of $4.7 million from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to improve surgical outcomes and therapeutics for patients…
A rocket scientist turned CEO, the nation’s former first daughter and an expert exploring black holes in space will share insights with an expected crowd of 900 people when the University of California San Diego presents Women in Leadership May 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Visit the Academic Integrity Office in the heart of campus, and you’ll see students gathered in a comfortable lounge studying, playing games and talking. It’s a community and a place to hang out, and that’s exactly how Tricia Bertram Gallant likes it.
Pharmaceutical leader Cam Garner and his wife Wanda, a cancer workshop facilitator and philanthropic fundraiser, recently gave $2 million to establish the Garner Family Chancellor’s Endowed Chair in Blood and Marrow Transplant at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center.
Why would a university pursue mediation as a way to improve the faculty climate and deal with conflict in academia? Considering the cost of unresolved and poorly managed conflict in organizations—lost time and productivity, decreased workplace satisfaction, damaged relationships and higher turnover—it’s…
UC San Diego’s Crowdsurf is a great way for students, faculty and staff to connect directly with the innovative and meaningful work being done on our campus every day. With Crowdsurf—our university’s own crowdfunding initiative—you can support a range of unique and diverse projects.
In a recent listing published by The Chronicle of Higher Education, the University of California San Diego is ranked 14th among the nation’s top 20 four-year public institutions that raised the most in private donations in the 2018 fiscal year, and in turn, gave institutional grant aid to nearly hal
The University of California San Diego will soon be home to a fire station, after the San Diego City Council approved construction of the much-needed facility during its Jan. 8 meeting.
Daniel and Phyllis Epstein’s move to La Jolla in 1986 started them on a path to becoming loyal advocates and supporters for their neighbor, the world-class University of California San Diego.
What does it mean to be an inclusive university? At UC San Diego, we believe education should be accessible to all talented students. We believe learning means approaching issues from all perspectives. And we believe in cultivating a campus where community comes first.