With the holidays fast approaching, many members of the campus community look for ways to give back. One of the programs available at UC San Diego is the Basic Needs initiative.
To make today’s laptop computers and cell phones function as efficiently and effectively as a child’s brain requires a massive amount of power—on the scale of a nuclear reactor.
UC San Diego welcomed the return of celebrated artist Carrie Mae Weems Nov. 6-7, a distinguished alum who received her MFA from the Department of Visual Arts in 1984. Considered one of the most influential contemporary artists, Weems encouraged curiosity, finding purpose and deep engagement.
In December 2015, a large swell enhanced by El Niño conditions resulted in major flooding in the City of Imperial Beach, a low-lying coastal community south of San Diego along the U.S.-Mexico border. Barricades and barriers installed on the beach were not enough to contain the water along Seacoast…
Want to see the sculptures for yourself? Visit stuartcollection.ucsd.edu to learn more about each artist and work, and download a map for a self-guided tour. The Stuart Collection relies on philanthropy to bring new sculptures to life.
Ten UC San Diego undergraduate students. Ten weeks. One floor-ready, interactive museum exhibit.
In 1960, UC San Diego’s first students—graduate students in physics, chemistry and earth sciences—enrolled in a brand new University of California campus. Four years later, the first undergraduate students arrived.