As California reacts to a record-breaking 2020 fire season, a backcountry observation network has reached a milestone of installing more than 610 cameras across the state, part of the ALERTWildfire camera network.
As part of the Return to Learn program, we invited students to submit their questions about how to safely socialize on campus, what happens if residential students must travel off-campus for an extended period, outdoor recreation classes offered, study spaces available and more.
The La Jolla Family House provides refuge and respite for families with a loved one in critical or long-term care at UC San Diego Health. It opened in October.
In December of 2018, a handful of UC San Diego graduate students left their habitual classrooms, research labs and cool coastal breezes in faraway La Jolla and—brimming with enthusiasm and anticipation—stepped into the unknowns of the East Mesa Re-Entry Facility in South San Diego.
With support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and in partnership with the San Diego Community College District, the UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities is launching the Integrated Internship fellowship, awarding full funding to three Ph.D. students for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Testing for COVID-19 antibodies can provide important information for communities, informing epidemiologists whether someone has had an infection. Yet for testing to provide a good understanding, take-up needs to be broad and independent of income, political orientation or ethnicity.