Graduate Division Banner In the interest of maximizing opportunities for outreach and recruitment, and to better reflect its key role on campus, the UC San Diego Office of Graduate Studies has been renamed the Graduate Division. The Graduate Division serves as the central resource for all matters related to graduate education at UC San Diego. Led by Dean of the Graduate Division Kim E. Barrett, the division collaborates with faculty, staff and students to guide today’s scholars on their upward trajectory to becoming tomorrow’s leaders. The change of name for the Graduate Division underscores the importance of graduate education to the success of UC San Diego as a model public research university. The Graduate Division will play a critical role as the campus works to grow the graduate student population, as outlined in the chancellor’s strategic plan. The Graduate Division is currently rolling out a new brand and will have a refreshed website in the coming weeks.
Time-lapse picture of crowd at SACNASCoalition of Graduate Programs Support Campus Commitment to Recruiting Diverse Students
Enhanced presence at SACNAS national conference helps UC San Diego reach out to an increased number of Hispanic and Native American students
Surprise! Participants in the 2014 UC San Diego Summer Program for Women in Philosophy took this photo and had copies printed out for the organizers and department. Gabriela Azevedo, who was interviewed for this story, is holding the exclamation point.yUC San Diego Philosophers Work to Fix Discipline’s Gender Disparities
It’s no secret that in philosophy, around the country and abroad, women are underrepresented. But at UC San Diego, faculty and students are actively working to change the numbers for the better.
Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla joined representatives of the ARCS Foundation San Diego Chapter for a special check presentation ceremony, along with many of this year’s fellowship awardees. Photo by Erika Johnson/University Communications.ARCS Foundation Awards $232,500 in Fellowships for UC San Diego Graduate Students
Dustin Richmond, a third year graduate student in computer science and engineering, builds complex computer hardware systems with the power to process large data sets—such as the data involved with DNA sequencing.
Survey finds strong career satisfaction and high employment rates among UC Ph.D. earners
University of California Ph.D. holders gave high marks to their education and reported success landing academic positions as well as highly-skilled private-sector jobs.