Environmental marketing campaigns typically center around a personal appeal, but does that really work?
Insights into how your thoughts run off the rails.
UC San Diego admitted a record 30,273 freshmen and 9,802 transfer
students this fall. Historically underrepresented students are up
46 percent among freshmen and 30 percent among transfers.
One in three women from UC San Diego enroll and graduate with a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degree.
For Hillary Whittington, Marshall ’04, and Vivienne Ming,
Muir ’00, the road to self-discovery was marked by courage,
acceptance and the will to live an authentic life.
Literary agent Sandra Dijkstra, Ph.D. ’76, is an author’s lifeline.
Forget white mice, cheese is the new lab rat.
Legendary political scientist Sam Popkin weighs in on race for president.
There is such a thing as “new ship smell…”
Michael Estrada ’79, would never have imagined himself shovel in hand, working with those half his age to help West Virginians in need.
UC San Diego Health and its hospitals have been recognized as No. 1 in San Diego and among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for 2016-17.
I often get to reminisce with fellow Tritons who will talk at length about the good times they had and how fondly they recall their college experience. Except when they won’t. Because, sometimes, they don’t.
We can all get involved, even in a small way, and a lot of people working in small ways can add up to a big difference.
Technology companies know
that not everyone’s an engineer. But is it possible to break into the industry without a tech degree?
Two new provosts, Leslie Carver and Emily Roxworthy, take the helm at Thurgood Marshall and Earl Warren colleges.