The venue will host research symposia, networking events and UC San Diego alumni functions.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography employs Argo, a global array of 3,800 free-drifting floats, to measure ocean data in amazing real-time visualizations. See them here.
Michael Estrada ’79, would never have imagined himself shovel in hand, working with those half his age to help West Virginians in need.
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.
David Bainbridge, Revelle ’70, uses ancient techniques to solve modern problems.
Maker’s Row keeps America crafty.
This May, UC San Diego students voted 6,137 to 2,567 in favor of moving the university’s athletic program into NCAA Division I status.
We are flexible, bold, enthusiastic, collaborative and full of energy.
Alumna Bobbi Gibb broke the Boston Marathon’s gender barrier in 1966.
Crowdsourcing hits the high seas to support research. The research vessels of Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) at […]
UC San Diego students studying late one night were treated to a special electrical show courtesy of Mother […]
Civil War myth buster Victoria Bynum, M.A. ’79, Ph.D. ’87, will see her book on the big screen.
Making Connections As Tritons, we share a unique bond that transcends geography, disciplines and decades, because the people […]
I sign many emails and letters with the headline above, yet the sentiment is never diminished every time […]