Bukata is only the fourth woman in the U.S. to lead a health system’s orthopedic surgery department.
UC San Diego researchers report that one kind of perceptual learning can occur in memory-impaired persons who do not actually remember what they learned.
Since late May 2020, a team of registered nurses in San Diego has taken part in efforts advocating for racial equity and social justice. After working hospital shifts, they work in communities, alongside protestors, at demonstrations taking place in response to the death of George Floyd and others attributed…
University of California San Diego professors Amy Adler and F. Akif Tezcan are among the 184 artists, writers, scholars and scientists announced as this year’s Guggenheim Fellows, awarded by the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
There have been too many dark clouds hovering over the past year during the global pandemic. To inspire a renewed sense of fun and excitement, Associated Students Concerts and Events (ASCE) has organized Sunny Days, a six-day virtual festival featuring musical performances.
For 42 years, UC San Diego’s Alumni Awards have celebrated the distinguished work and personal accomplishments of Tritons who bring honor and distinction to our alumni ranks. This year, the spirit and ceremony will live on virtually—join us on Saturday, May 15.
Longtime campus supporters Chiu-Shan Chen Ph.D. ’69 and Rufina Chen have committed $5 million to UC San Diego, one of the largest individual gifts to the Division of Arts and Humanities. This gift will establish a new Center for Taiwan Studies within the division.
Imagine describing a photograph of an oak tree growing in a meadow. Now imagine describing that same image while a section of your skull has been temporarily removed and a grid of sensors is resting directly on the surface of your brain.