“Our Cross-Cultural Center provides valuable resources and contributes to our strong sense of community at UC San Diego.” – Chancellor Khosla
UC San Diego’s Cross-Cultural Center is celebrating a milestone anniversary – 20 years on campus. Over the weekend, the Center held a reception to recognize the students, staff, faculty and community members who have contributed to the Center over the last two decades by fostering meaningful dialogues and creating spaces of education around diversity. During the event, Chancellor Khosla talked about the integral role of the Center in supporting our Strategic Plan goal of cultivating a diverse and inclusive university community.
“We are here to share the impact UC San Diego has on our society and world.” – Chancellor Khosla
Featured speakers from left: On Amir, Tom Wong, Craig Callendar, Shirley Meng, Adrian Borsa
UC San Diego’s Alumni & Community Engagement program—UC San Diego & You—is delivering university news and research to our Triton family in their own neighborhoods. Chancellor Khosla recently joined five faculty members and researchers in Los Angeles to meet with alumni, parents and university friends and talk about UC San Diego’s Strategic Plan goals and vision. The featured speakers shared their research—which ranged from energy storage and conversion to the Earth’s ever-changing surface—that support the four grand research themes developed through our strategic planning process.
University of California President Janet Napolitano, along with Chancellor Khosla, presented the President’s Award for Outstanding Student Leadership to UC San Diego Ph.D. candidate Kyle Haines. The award recognizes student-led efforts that foster community, collaboration and cross-cultural understanding. Haines was honored for his leadership in convening a multi-disciplinary and cross-border forum on environmental issues.
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