Beginning September 2020, the UC San Diego Library will observe the 50th anniversary of the university’s intellectual heart of campus, Geisel Library, which first opened its doors to the UC San Diego community and public in September 1970—then known as the Central Library.
The Gerry and Jeannie Ranglas Chair in Ancient Greek History chair holder has been awarded a visiting fellowship to Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies and is also receiving a Getty Scholars’ Grant to conduct research at the Getty Villa.
With help from technology developed by UC San Diego researchers at the Qualcomm Institute, a team of underwater cave explorers in Mexico have made unprecedented archaeological discoveries in some of the most inaccessible places on Earth about the earliest inhabitants of the Western Hemisphere.
Department of Music Professor Lei Liang finds a natural connection between earth science, technology and contemporary music as Research Artist in Residence at the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute
Cooks, bakers, and culinary historians around the globe now have immediate online access to nearly 100 volumes in the UC San Diego Library’s American Institute of Wine & Food (AIWF) Culinary Collection.
When the American Academy of Arts and Letters inducts its newest members in May, University of California San Diego composer and Distinguished Professor of Music Chinary Ung will become the first faculty member in the university’s 60 year history to receive the prestigious honor.
Countless readers have been delighted by Dr. Seuss’s unmatched ability to craft catchy rhymes that are nearly impossible to forget. To help celebrate the life and work of this iconic American author, UC San Diego will host its annual birthday celebration for Dr. Seuss.
The greater San Diego-Tijuana region will get a rare opportunity to engage with contemporary Indigenous writing and poetry, part of an international symposium addressing the importance and impact of Indigenous language and literature.
On February 7 and 8, UC San Diego will host the Cultured Data Symposium, bringing together experts from data science and the arts and humanities to examine the emerging relationship between data and culture.
With support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, UC San Diego and the San Diego Community College District are building a pipeline of successful undergraduate and graduate students, resulting in a new generation of leaders who will reshape the value and meaning of an education in the humanities.