Despite the spikes of COVID-19 cases in California, UC San Diego has successfully curtailed outbreaks through a combination of strategic public health interventions driven by the university’s Return to Learn program.
UC San Diego’s nationally recognized, evidence-based Return to Learn program employs a comprehensive suite of education, monitoring, testing, intervention and notification tools that no other university is using. And the program continues to expand.
UC San Diego celebrated the groundbreaking of the Pepper Canyon Amphitheater project this fall, reaching a new milestone in the university’s plan to become a top-of-mind cultural destination, located in the heart of the Pepper Canyon neighborhood.
From developing the first portable cell phone technology to establishing the first cell phone service to meet the needs of seniors, wireless technology pioneers Arlene Harris and Martin Cooper have always innovated technology and technology-enabled solutions to connect and serve people.
New research suggests that that those suffering from economic hardships are less likely comply with new stay-at-home orders; however, these same U.S. residents would be more likely to adhere to the new public health guidelines if their households received stimulus funds.
Former University of California President and UC San Diego Chancellor Richard C. Atkinson and his wife, Rita, have contributed $150,000 to the UC San Diego Black Alumni Scholarship Fund at The San Diego Foundation (TSDF).