ACAD
41.69
+0.02
+0.05%
AEMD
6.9
-0.1
-1.43%
APRI
1.85
+0.17
+10.12%
ARNA
4.44
-0.03
-0.67%
ATEC
1.39
+0.01
+0.72%
CNAT
5.16
-0.08
-1.53%
CRXM
0.327
-0.033
-9.2778%
CYTX
0.548
-0.003
-0.5449%
DXCM
79.36
-0.41
-0.51%
GNMK
8.91
+0.16
+1.83%
HALO
22.1
-0.4
-1.78%
ILMN
220.07
-0.61
-0.28%
INNV
0.12
0.00
0.00%
INO
7.92
-0.22
-2.70%
ISCO
0.043
-0.004
-7.527%
ISIS
56.13
-1.03
-1.80%
LGND
98.6
+1.51
+1.56%
LPTN
0.275
-0.005
-1.6446%
MBVX
2.71
+0.19
+7.54%
MEIP
1.77
+0.07
+4.12%
MNOV
4.02
+0.09
+2.29%
MRTX
31.3
-0.39
-1.23%
MSTX
0.48
-0.01
-2.04%
NBIX
47.31
-0.35
-0.73%
NUVA
47.29
-0.23
-0.48%
ONCS
6.35
-0.25
-3.79%
ONVO
3.74
+0.03
+0.81%
OREX
4.76
-0.17
-3.45%
OTIC
22.09
-0.52
-2.30%
QDEL
23.01
+0.04
+0.17%
RCPT
194.91
-1.36
-0.69%
RGLS
10.2
-0.34
-3.23%
RMD
55.31
+0.01
+0.02%
SCIE
0.016
0.00
0.00%
SPHS
0.823
+0.04
+5.149%
SRNE
16.68
-0.53
-3.08%
TROV
9.53
-0.19
-1.95%
VICL
0.7
+0.015
+2.1752%
ZGNX
12.8
-1.16
-8.31%
ACAD
41.69
+0.02
+0.05%
AEMD
6.9
-0.1
-1.43%
APRI
1.85
+0.17
+10.12%
ARNA
4.44
-0.03
-0.67%
ATEC
1.39
+0.01
+0.72%
CNAT
5.16
-0.08
-1.53%
CRXM
0.327
-0.033
-9.2778%
CYTX
0.548
-0.003
-0.5449%
DXCM
79.36
-0.41
-0.51%
GNMK
8.91
+0.16
+1.83%
HALO
22.1
-0.4
-1.78%
ILMN
220.07
-0.61
-0.28%
INNV
0.12
0.00
0.00%
INO
7.92
-0.22
-2.70%
ISCO
0.043
-0.004
-7.527%
ISIS
56.13
-1.03
-1.80%
LGND
98.6
+1.51
+1.56%
LPTN
0.275
-0.005
-1.6446%
MBVX
2.71
+0.19
+7.54%
MEIP
1.77
+0.07
+4.12%
MNOV
4.02
+0.09
+2.29%
MRTX
31.3
-0.39
-1.23%
MSTX
0.48
-0.01
-2.04%
NBIX
47.31
-0.35
-0.73%
NUVA
47.29
-0.23
-0.48%
ONCS
6.35
-0.25
-3.79%
ONVO
3.74
+0.03
+0.81%
OREX
4.76
-0.17
-3.45%
OTIC
22.09
-0.52
-2.30%
QDEL
23.01
+0.04
+0.17%
RCPT
194.91
-1.36
-0.69%
RGLS
10.2
-0.34
-3.23%
RMD
55.31
+0.01
+0.02%
SCIE
0.016
0.00
0.00%
SPHS
0.823
+0.04
+5.149%
SRNE
16.68
-0.53
-3.08%
TROV
9.53
-0.19
-1.95%
VICL
0.7
+0.015
+2.1752%
ZGNX
12.8
-1.16
-8.31%
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The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.

The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.

The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.

The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.

Princeton Review Names UC San Diego Top University for Return-on-Investment

February 5, 2015 – 7:00 am

UC San Diego has earned top recognition in The Princeton Review’s new rankings for the return-on-investment the campus offers to students. UC San Diego is ranked the nation’s 31st best college for students seeking great academics, outstanding career preparation and generous financial aid. The campus is also named a great value, taking the No. 21 spot as the best U.S. college for students who are not eligible for financial aid.

First Satellite to View Earth from Deep Space Set for Launch

February 5, 2015 – 7:00 am

A satellite that will be positioned between Earth and the sun to measure the solar energy reflected back to space by Earth as well as the infrared radiation emitted by the planet is scheduled for launch Feb. 8 or 9…

Meet Carol Padden, Dean of Social Sciences

February 5, 2015 – 7:00 am

A longtime member of the UC San Diego community – first as a graduate student, then as a faculty member and, most recently, as an administrator too – Carol Padden is a MacArthur “Genius” Award-winning scholar of sign languages. She was named the division’s fourth dean in June 2014, after an extensive national search. Her appointment began Oct. 1.

Princeton Review Names UC San Diego Top University for Return-on-Investment

February 5, 2015 – 7:00 am

UC San Diego has earned top recognition in The Princeton Review’s new rankings for the return-on-investment the campus offers to students. UC San Diego is ranked the nation’s 31st best college for students seeking great academics, outstanding career preparation and generous financial aid. The campus is also named a great value, taking the No. 21 spot as the best U.S. college for students who are not eligible for financial aid.

Princeton Review Names UC San Diego Top University for Return-on-Investment

February 5, 2015 – 7:00 am

UC San Diego has earned top recognition in The Princeton Review’s new rankings for the return-on-investment the campus offers to students. UC San Diego is ranked the nation’s 31st best college for students seeking great academics, outstanding career preparation and generous financial aid. The campus is also named a great value, taking the No. 21 spot as the best U.S. college for students who are not eligible for financial aid.

First Satellite to View Earth from Deep Space Set for Launch

February 5, 2015 – 7:00 am

A satellite that will be positioned between Earth and the sun to measure the solar energy reflected back to space by Earth as well as the infrared radiation emitted by the planet is scheduled for launch Feb. 8 or 9…