When Carol Padden arrived on campus to study linguistics in 1978, she had no idea how far she would go, nor that she would never leave.
Professor Olivia Graeve ’95 develops materials that can withstand a variety of extreme conditions at the Jacobs School of Engineering.
A great coach can make a huge difference for student-athletes—something these alumni athletes know full well.
Janelle Shane, PhD ’14, has used neural networks, or artificial intelligence, to create names for guinea pigs, knock-knock jokes, even pies and ice cream flavors.
David Quarfoot, PhD ’15 has created more than 40 crossword puzzles for The New York Times.
The UnOlympics, 40 years strong.
This summer, Triton magazine asked UC San Diego alumni why they returned to campus to work.
Alumni and students alike may be shocked to learn that UC San Diego did have a football team in fall 1968!
This is us, your UC San Diego alumni office—the people who make the connections happen. When you reach […]
Melissa Ewart leads the Associated Students Graphic Studio, a student-operated, in-house creative agency on campus.