From left: Andrew Erickson, Consul General and panel moderator; Felipe Cuamea, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California; Fernando León, Centro de Enseñanza Técnico y Superior; Melinda Nish, Southwestern College; Chancellor Khosla; Remedios Gomez Arnau, Consul General and panel moderator; José Galicot Behar, Tijuana Innovadora President
Chancellor Khosla was in Mexico yesterday representing UC San Diego at Tijuana Innovadora 2014. He was one of six panelists who discussed ways to improve international student exchange between our two countries and enhance research collaborations. The Chancellor talked about the commitment of UC San Diego and our entire University of California to strengthen ties between the United States and Mexico. He cited UC San Diego’s ongoing scholar and research partnerships through our Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, as well as the newly established UC-Mexico Initiative.
Fernando León, Felipe Cuamea, Chancellor Khosla, Melinda Nish
"An outstanding faculty is the hallmark of any great university, and we have the best here at UC San Diego." - Chancellor Khosla
From left: Faculty milestone honoree Katharina Rosenberger, Andrew Munsey, new faculty member Stephanie Richards, Chancellor Khosla
Every year, UC San Diego recognizes new faculty and those who’ve achieved career milestones at a special gathering hosted by the Chancellor and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Suresh Subramani. This year, more than 80 faculty members and their guests attended the reception at Geisel University House. Chancellor Khosla and EVC Subramani welcomed and congratulated the faculty, and emphasized UC San Diego’s tradition of hiring the world’s best scholars. They also talked about our Strategic Plan initiatives that focus on expanding faculty and supporting multi-disciplinary research.
Faculty milestone honoree Doris Trauner (middle) with Richard Stanford (left) and Bess Marcus (right).
New faculty member David Saintillan with Sean Keenan.
New faculty member Kim Cooper with Darren Golden.
Chancellor 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. This year, the ARCS Foundation awarded $232,500 in UC San Diego fellowships. Chancellor Khosla thanked ARCS for their continuing support of our graduate students, who fuel research, mentor undergraduates and investigate solutions to global challenges. Since 1987, the local ARCS chapter has given more than $4 million in unrestricted funds to UC San Diego.
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