2013 M.F.A. graduate Joshua Brody wins a Princess Grace Award that he will apply toward a 12-month apprenticeship at La Jolla Playhouse.
ArtPower, a multi-arts presenter at the University of California, San Diego, will offer six distinctive series in its upcoming season: chamber music, film, innovation, dance, global music and jazz. The season includes the return of audience favorites, such as the Calder Quartet and David Sedaris, as…
The University of California San Diego, Division of Arts and Humanities announces the appointment of acclaimed set designer Robert Brill as the newest faculty member in the top-ranked Theatre & Dance Department.
The University of California San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities has completed the Herculean task of appointing the last of three endowed chair holders at the Center for Hellenic Studies, launched earlier this year.
Dr. Seuss fans will not want to miss a book launch on Tuesday, July 28 in UC San Diego’s Geisel Library, to celebrate the release of the new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?. At the event, the UC San Diego Bookstore will be selling a limited number of copies of the new book, which will be released…
New rankings name the University of California, San Diego the fourth best public university in the U.S. and the 21st best university in the world. The rankings by the Center for the World University Rankings (CWUR) are based on quality of research, faculty, influence, enterprise and successful alumni.
It’s no longer enough to simply conduct research. In our information-hungry society, students are increasingly expected to communicate their findings, whether it’s to colleagues just down the hall, collaborators from a wide variety of disciplines or even the media and lay public.
A graduate student in the University of California, San Diego, Division of Arts and Humanities will sharpen his playwriting skills when his new work, How to Use a Knife, is featured during the 10th Annual M.F.A. Playwrights’ Workshop at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington,…
The Division of Arts and Humanities at the University of California, San Diego will receive nearly $100,000 in funding during the 2015 – 2016 academic year for two proposals aimed to strengthen student retention and success.
Curators at the San Diego Natural History Museum have enlisted University of California, San Diego archaeologist Dominique Rissolo as a content expert for a new exhibition offering insight into the ancient Maya.