The open-access book “Health of People, Health of Planet and Our Responsibility”—which casts global climate change as a public-health crisis—was never meant to just sit on a shelf or in a hard drive.
Since its founding in 1960, UC San Diego has made waves by actively redefining what it means to be a world-class public research university. Through the creative, forward-thinking efforts of its students, facult… […]
We spoke with Terri Winbush, senior director of Labor Relations and Employee Relations for the main campus about what paid leave options are available, what happens when an employee receives a yellow or red thum… […]
The Black Studies Project at UC San Diego, which will receive $500,000 a year for five years, provides faculty and students opportunities to examine, study and contribute to topics that have taken center stage n… […]