Lois Yu ’93, MS ’95 discovered a family secret while working on her undergraduate research project.
Joel Poremba ’89 is preserving his father’s Holocaust survival story for future generations.
Michael Genhart ’84 writes children’s books to honor and relive the diverse facets of his family, and show what family can mean to others.
Author Kirby Wright ’83 captures the story of his grandmother in The Queen of Molokai.
Nyssa P. Chopra ’07 is curating a collection of stories and recipes from three generations to preserve her family history.
Mental health resources evolve to support UC San Diego students.
Researchers explore early signs of autism in children.
Everyone has answers to the Triton 5. Hear what genetic counselor Sara Riordan ’99 has to say.
Read the unabridged feedback from Tritons.
New murder mystery from the author of Sideways.
Aaron Sathrum, MS ’06, PhD ’11, reflects on the philanthropic impact of Irwin and Joan Jacobs.
The lasting bond between a kidney donor and recipient.
We have accomplished so much together in support of our values and mission despite challenging times.
Author and essayist Conor Doughtery ’99 details the day he told his mother she had Alzheimer’s disease.
A lifetime of service inspires a gift for student scholarships.