Six ways the internet has changed global rebellion.
System-wide support for first-generation students.
When it comes to education and research at UC San Diego, our divisions of study are anything but divided.
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Alumnus Jaime Lizarraga ’88 works diligently in the nation’s capital.
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.
Maker’s Row keeps America crafty.
First-of-its-kind cross-border education study helps identify growing binational population.
Alumna co-founds Maker’s Row to make it easier for DIY artists to connect with American manufacturers UC San […]
For Transgender Day of Visibility, UC San Diego alumna Hillary Whittington returned to campus as a proud mother […]
UC San Diego Division of Social Sciences alumna Helen Griffith had little interest in a career in education […]
Is San Diego the next tech hub? Could it be even better?
From ‘Banana Storm’ to ‘Lavender Cream,’ this alumna knows what ice cream flavors we like best.
For the School of Global Policy and Strategy — formerly the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies — it’s an updated focus, and a lot fewer syllables.
Philip Espinoza, ’11, can not only solve a Rubik’s Cube faster than most, he can do it while running a marathon. Eight hundred thirty-nine times in one race, to be exact.
Ashley Van Zeeland ’12, Pierre Sleiman ’13 prove the broader impact of Rady family support.