Run/Walk has raised close to $2.7 million for undergraduate scholarships to date
The planned San Diego Trolley route to UC San Diego recently picked up key federal support that will keep the project on track for construction to begin in 2015 and passenger service to start in 2018.
UC San Diego’s Village@Torrey Pines East apartment development, featuring solar-heated showers and “wind scoops” that pull in Pacific breezes, is celebrating its grand opening with news that it won LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold certification. The green-building award recognizes…
In a memorable 2010-2011 fiscal year, the University of California, San Diego celebrated its 50th Anniversary, was named first in the nation for “what colleges are doing for the country” and hosted the Clinton Global Initiative University.
The 16th annual Chancellor’s Challenge 5K Run/Walk for Scholars—a longstanding campus tradition to support scholarships—is less than a week away. While campus community members are still registering for the event, four 5K participants are especially eager to get the race started—the Chancellor’s…
UC San Diego Confab Features Trailblazing Entrepreneurs
Jim Ruby, UC San Diego’s vehicle fleet manager, has won a “Sustainability All-Star” award from Green Fleet magazine in recognition of his efforts to establish one of the greenest fleets in the nation.
During the 2010-11 academic year, UC San Diego enrolled the largest number of new transfers and underrepresented students in its history. From artwork to outreach, the university continued to institute programs and policies aimed at enhancing campus climate and welcoming a diverse community.
The Triton spirit was felt throughout UC San Diego’s annual “Welcome Week” tradition. The Unolympics, Welcome Week dance, Students Services Fair and the Triton Power Hour were just a few of the week’s events, all designed to foster UC San Diego’s school spirit and sense of community for both…
The University of California, San Diego will welcome an estimated 3,400 incoming freshmen and record 2,750 transfer students for the first day of classes, Thursday, Sept. 22.