A new Organized Research Unit (ORU) that focuses on “Food and Fuel for the 21st Century” has been established at the University of California, San Diego.
The University of California, San Diego again ranked 6th among top U.S. universities in total research and development expenditures for fiscal year 2010, with $580,279,000 in federal R&D money and $943,219,000 in total R&D expenditures. The numbers were announced by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
UC San Diego and Taiwan's Academia Sinica have agreed to collaborate across a broad range of research areas. The agreement will be signed by Chancellor Marye Anne Fox for UC San Diego and President Chi-Huey Wong for Academia Sinica on March 23 on the La Jolla campus.
A full slate of guest speakers helped update UC San Diego's Academic Senate last Tuesday, with Vice Chancellor for Research Sandra Brown, Registrar William Haid and University Librarian Brian Schottlaender describing developments in key areas of campus life.
Campus leaders, including three deans and an associate vice chancellor for research, presented linked visions of how UC San Diego can remain at the pioneering front of discovery and research in the 21st century. The Founders' Symposium, held in an impressive new space, drew a big crowd to a thought-provoking…
Samuel Oludunfe, UC San Diego's urban forester, is well known for his work on campus. His achievements been featured in This Week @ UCSD as well as in other university publications.
Perhaps because the original opening session on October 10 had been cancelled, the new chair of UC San Diego's Academic Senate, Joel Sobel, started the assembly's business quickly and efficiently on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Paul K. Yu, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the Jacobs School of Engineering and associate vice chancellor for Research Initiatives at the University of California, San Diego, has been named the inaugural holder of the William S. C. Chang Endowed Chair in Electrical and Computer…
University of California San Diego’s emergency planners have been recognized for their work in preparing for crises and instituting best practices in trying to prevent them.