An American teacher returns to her job in China, in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Category Archive: Mind
Alumni authors tackle today’s current issues.
Does good skin start in the gut?
From the smallest bacteria to the largest of whales, circadian rhythm affects us all.
Thought leader and Design Lab director Don Norman calls for a change in our relationship with technology.
Stuart Sandin and Jennifer Smith of Scripps Institution of Oceanography are set to chronicles the coral reefs around the world.Take a virtual dive through critically endangered marine ecosystems, before its too late.
Using advanced underwater, aerial and satellite imaging tools, UC San Diego researchers reconstruct interactive 3-D recreations of sunken archaeological sites. Dive through the past here!
New strategies to aid developing democracies.
Civil War myth buster Victoria Bynum, M.A. ’79, Ph.D. ’87, will see her book on the big screen.
“This is an institution. And as an institution, it’s only viable to the extent that it can serve you. Part of your responsibility to yourself is to know that this place belongs to you, that you are a part of it, that it’s here because you are here, and for your purpose—and you have to claim it as such.” Alumna Carrie Mae Weems, M.F.A. ’94, concluded her October 12 lecture emphasizing individual ownership of UC San Diego.
Faculty and students from the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering, will both conserve and reinvent the artwork’s interior video wall.