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.
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.
Environmental marketing campaigns typically center around a personal appeal, but does that really work?
From our Triton Family to yours. Just in time for the holiday season, we’ve rounded up a list […]
Literary agent Sandra Dijkstra, Ph.D. ’76, is an author’s lifeline.
Legendary political scientist Sam Popkin weighs in on race for president.
Mother Nature holds exciting opportunities to develop novel drugs based on what is learned from human milk research.
First-of-its-kind cross-border education study helps identify growing binational population.
“Doping is not an act of an individual athlete: it’s a collective endeavor involving athletes, governing bodies, government, and fans like us.”
For incarcerated men at Donovan State Prison, art is catharsis. Hypermasculinity and prison go hand-in-hand, both insinuating the […]
A father of four who went back to school at age 29 to provide a better future for […]
From city council to the admiral’s seat, from genetic ingenuity to inventing the Dothraki language—and not to mention winning the Nobel Prize—this year’s alumni honorees are truly cause for celebration.
Triton comes alive! Meet alumni Eric Cho ’02 and poker professional Maria Ho ’05 on Thursday, May 12 […]
James Stuart DeSilva envisioned an art collection that allowed “generations of bright, eager young people the opportunity to find art even when they weren’t looking for it. Nineteen installations later, we asked Stuart Collection Director Mary Beebe for the inside stories behind them.
Civil War myth buster Victoria Bynum, M.A. ’79, Ph.D. ’87, will see her book on the big screen.