Is San Diego the next tech hub? Could it be even better?
Research technician Dave Faber hangs on as waves crash onto the deck of a Scripps Institution of Oceanography ship studying the infamous “blob.”
The Spanos family provides new support for student athletes.
Welcome to all 34,652 students admitted for fall 2015! A new UC San Diego record!
An empowered approach to end female genital cutting.
UC San Diego now boasts two actors on the hit Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black.” Now, Triton brings them back together.
#OnCampus : She's a neuroscientist, and she plays one on TV. Sixth College became Mayim Bialik College for one night as the Big Bang Theory actress shared her love of STEM education. A neuroscience Ph.D., Bialik uses her celebrity as a platform to promote science education, especially to young girls.
From privacy to safety, to the potential to perpetuate violence, drones are truly a Pandora’s box that is already open.
“To celebrate the magazine’s latest iteration, we’ve given this issue the theme of “What’s Next.”
Beverly Wendland, '85, Muir, was appointed dean of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University.
“As UC San Diego’s Chancellor, I am proud of our alumni and students, and of the Strategic Plan goals we’ve set together.”
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.
On the Map
Tritons from around the world got engaged, from official UCSD Alumni events to volunteer project. Take a quick […]
Scripps Alumna Marcia McNutt, Ph.D. '76, is set to be the first woman president of the National Academy of Sciences after her July 6 nomination.
#On Campus : New York Times columnist Frank Bruni gave the keynote at Marshall College's 2015 commencement, emphasizing variety is the spice of life (the former restaurant critic knows his spices).