The University of California San Diego has been named the fourth best public university in the United States for the second consecutive year by the 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
As part of the he university’s Return to Learn program, Dr. Robert Schooley, a professor in the Department of Medicine at UC San Diego School of Medicine, addresses questions about how the university is involved in vaccine development, how the SARS-CoV-2 virus spreads and the importance of wearing…
UC San Diego’s fall plan is continually evolving, informed by the university’s Return to Learn program. We invited students, faculty and staff to submit their questions, including inquiries about what services are available during isolation housing, what move-in will look like this fall, as well…
UC San Diego’s fall plan is continually evolving, informed by the university’s Return to Learn program. We invited students, faculty and staff to submit their questions about the overarching goal of the program, how contact tracing happens, what instructions are provided to those who may have been…
What is the goal of the Return to Learn program? What role does testing play in preventing an outbreak? UC San Diego infectious disease modeler Natasha Martin addresses top questions from the campus community.
The University of California San Diego today announced the next step in its Return to Learn program, which will guide an incremental repopulation of the campus while offering broad, asymptomatic testing for faculty, staff and students on a recurring basis to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2, the no
For the fourth year in a row, the University of California San Diego has been ranked by Times Higher Education the world’s number one university founded during the “Golden Age” of higher education.
The University of California San Diego has been ranked 8th among public U.S. universities by the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR).
When Gary and Jean Shekhter learned about a research alliance that could help San Diegans return to work safely through comprehensive coronavirus screenings, they were inspired to help. San Diego has been good to the couple, who came to the U.S. from the Ukraine.
Natasha Martin’s heart stopped when she first saw a photo from Wuhan, China, depicting a huge hospital ward of patients on ventilators—all unable to breathe on their own due to an unusual pneumonia caused by a novel coronavirus.