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April 11, 2019
 
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On a New Path to STEM Success | Transformational $6.9 million in grants from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative funds national diversity partnership
For most of his life, UC San Diego freshman Ronald Moreno grew up homeless. Today, he is exploring the mysteries of the brain as a neurobiology major in the PATHways to STEM (PATHS) through Enhanced Access and Mentorship program at UC San Diego. Now, through a new partnership funded by $6.9 million in grants from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to UC San Diego and its collaborators, the PATHS program will be scaled to model the nation’s most successful program for helping underrepresented students succeed in STEM fields. Read More »
student in haptic interface class
Engineering Touch
Students learn how to build haptic interfaces to interact with virtual and remote environments. Read More »
 
Triton Racing undergraduates
Enjoy the Ride
Triton Racing undergraduates gear up for annual competitive car race. Read More »
honey bee collecting pollen
Pesticide Cocktail Can Harm Honey Bees
 
members of Engineers for Exploration
Unearthing Mysteries of the Maya
Triton 5K
 
Triton 5K
Over 4,500 campus and community members gathered at UC San Diego this weekend to race in the Triton 5K and raise support for student scholarships. View Slideshow »
 
UC SAN DIEGO HEADLINES
Waiting with Ablated Breath: Is This the Cure for Ventricular Fibrillation? »
UC San Diego Engineer Andrew Kahng Awarded Ho-Am Prize »
IN THE MEDIA
CNBC  |  April 4
Trump to visit California border and hold fundraiser — in a state where his approval rating is around 30% »
PBS News Hour  |  April 6
Paul Rudd and the science behind youthful skin »
San Diego Union-Tribune  |  April 8
Acupuncture for homeless offered in free clinics »
Wired  |  April 9
The plan to save the rhino with a cervix-navigating robot »
TRENDING ON SOCIAL
Triton Food Pantry
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UC San Diego
April 2, 2019
The UC San Diego Triton Food Pantry serves nearly 600 undergraduate and graduate students per week who experience food insecurity. The student-run center is looking for volunteers as well as non-perishable food donations. Learn more about their work and how you can support here. View »
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EVENTS
Triton Day
 
 
CALENDAR
April 8-26
Out and Proud Series »
 
 
April 15-19
Raza Awareness Week »
 
 
April 18
Jacobs School of Engineering Research Expo »
 
 
ATHLETICS
women's crew
 
 
SCHEDULE
4/12-13/2019 All Day
Track & Field Hosts Triton Invitational
 
 
4/12/2019 at 6 p.m.
Women’s Water Polo Hosts UC Irvine
 
 
4/12/2019 at 7 p.m.
Men’s Volleyball Hosts Cal State Northridge (Senior Night)
 
 
bicyclist on UCSD campus
Help Us Become the ‘Coolest’ Campus
CAMPUS NOTICES
Advancing the Latinx/Chicanx Academic Excellence Initiative »
New Academic Personnel Manual (APM) Section 011 (APM - 011), Academic Freedom, Protection of Professional Standards, and Responsibilities of Non-Faculty Academic Appointees »
2018-19 Chancellor’s Associates Faculty Excellence Awards Recipients »
2019: Associated Student Elections »
Purchase Order and Supplier Payment Fraud »
Email Delivery and Security Upgrades »
 
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