Emily Callahan, MAS ’14, and Amber Jackson, MAS ’14, two alumnae of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, have made it their mission to determine the best possible afterlife for these rig structures.
Alumnus Jaime Lizarraga ’88 works diligently in the nation’s capital.
UC San Diego students keep each other well-fed with the Triton Food Pantry.
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“Ten years after graduating from UC San Diego, I set out to hike the northern part of the Muir Trail in the spirit of my college’s namesake. Though I had zero through-hiking experience before stepping foot on the trail, I had the utmost of inspiration.”
Alumna honors grandmother, a World War II aviatrix.
A flip through the pages of any history textbook will yield the stories of people whose actions […]
In time for International Women’s Day on March 8, we spotlight five GPS alumnae and their professional achievements stemming from moments of being bold in their careers.
Ameesh Paleja, ’01, is revolutionizing the movie industry with Atom Tickets.
Jonathan Singer, one of the first members of the biology faculty at UC San Diego who helped build the campus into a world leader in molecular and cell biology, died on February 2 in La Jolla, CA. He was 92.
Tritons to be honored during UC San Diego’s Alumni Celebration, June 10
Sheldon “Shelly” Schultz, one of the founding members of the physics faculty at UC San Diego, who received world-wide acclaim for his contributions to the discovery of “metamaterials,” died on January 31 at his home in La Jolla, CA. He was 84.
In December, the university announced its plans to build an Innovative Cultural and Education Hub in downtown San Diego at the corner of Park Avenue and Market Street. The new center will connect a wide range of campus programs to the downtown innovation community and more closely link diverse neighborhoods throughout San Diego’s urban core.
Mandarin makes you more musical – and at a much earlier age than previously thought. That’s the suggestion of a new study from the University of California San Diego.
Older women with low physical activity and 10 hours of daily sit time had even “older” cells
UC San Diego is one step closer to the reclassification as a non-football NCAA Division I university. The campus’s Academic Senate recently announced by vote of its membership that it has endorsed moving forward to Division I.