UC San Diego researchers explore a mysterious lake, thousands of feet below the Antarctic ice.
In 1972, UC San Diego's Theatre and Dance Department student productions were usually produced in a shack in Muir College, and one was even mounted at Black's Beach.
From Family Night at the Birch Aquarium, to running in the Triton 5K in support of student scholarships, we're inviting you to imagine your own adventure.
Jerry Fons, M.A. '81, Ph.D. '85, an employee of Moody's for 17 years, testified before Congress on the role of credit rating agencies during the economic meltdown of 2008.
Meet three stellar scholarship recipients, grateful for the opportunity to complete their UC San Diego degrees.
Ron Reedy, Ph.D. ’84, and Mark Burgener, Ph.D. ’89 launched San Diego-based Peregrine Semiconductor in 1990, turning a complicated technology into a commercially viable product.