A UC San Diego sociologist offers online dating advice.
Medical treatments for disease are found under the sea. As a neuroscience major at the UC San Diego […]
Viasat gift helps researchers provide guidance to engineering organizations on ways to implement a ‘design thinking’ approach to drive global and societal impacts.
Providing resources for assault survivors, decades before #MeToo. When Nancy Wahlig first started her fight against sexual assault, […]
A funny thing happens when your city’s chief of police earns a doctorate: you get a police force […]
Kenny Hill ’90 has made a career out of helping people build things. The Warren College economics major […]
It started with a cringe-worthy viral video: an endangered sea turtle struggling and wincing as two researchers worked […]
Two University of California San Diego staff members and two alumni from UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management were honored by the San Diego Business Journal as “San Diego’s Next 40 Top Business Leaders Under 40.”
Charter school also received a Gold Award designation and was ranked the 6th best high school in California.
From Ballast Point and beyond, how the spirit of craft led Yuseff Cherney ’92 to the craft of spirits.
Social spacemaker Arsalun Tafazoli ’06 disrupts the dining scene.
The chip is small enough to be implanted in the body just beneath the surface of the skin and is powered wirelessly by a wearable device, such as a smartwatch or patch.
Over the 50 years since the School of Medicine admitted its first class, many aspects of medical education and practice have changed. But one thing has not: Match Day.
Miniature museums use storytelling to increase access to science education.
At a recent panel discussion, current first-generation students had the opportunity to hear from faculty members who were once in their shoes.