A graduate student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography has made a discovery that could help unravel the mystery of juvenile mantas.
Engineers and physicians are working together to create a device that can eliminate bacteria that commonly cause hospital-acquired infections.
A new program at UC San Diego intends to increase the number, persistence and retention of underrepresented students in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering and math.
Keeping Connected The UC San Diego alumni network is stronger now than ever before. This past June, we […]
School of Global Policy and Strategy reach continues to grow with impactful 30th anniversary events and activities.
Viasat gift helps researchers provide guidance to engineering organizations on ways to implement a ‘design thinking’ approach to drive global and societal impacts.
Sally Jo Divis ’68 and her quilting group crafted 22 quilts for UC San Diego’s Hope Scholars Program, which provides support to about 60 former foster and homeless youth.
How a campus charter school has changed our community, one student at a time.
Forever Young Good news, Tritons: We’re getting younger. No, it’s not a youth serum discovery from a bio […]
Little Museums, Big Impact Amanda Schochet ’11, MS ’14, has big dreams for very small museums. Imagine you’re […]
This past May brought a brilliant display of bioluminescence and many spectators to the beaches along the San […]
Breaking New Ground When we collectively created our first-ever Strategic Plan five years ago, we asked ourselves how […]
Innovative education on wheels. Any given day on the streets of Atlanta, a fleet of bright green trucks […]
Disrupting generations of educational inequities. Teacher. Coach. Advocate. Counselor. Occasional custodian. It’s all in a day’s work for […]
UC San Diego has topped the rankings eight times over the past nine years.