Lunching with the Chancellor

Chancellor Khosla hosted 10 staff members for lunch in his office yesterday as part of the annual Chancellor’s Lunchbox Club.  The staff were invited after having their names chosen from a drawing at the All Staff Picnic.  The Chancellor says this is one of his favorite campus traditions because it gives him an opportunity to converse with staff members from diverse areas across campus in a casual setting and he can personally thank staff for the work that they do to support the university.

This year’s lunchbox design was created by Dave Decaro, Director of Marketing for Housing, Dining and Hospitality, who continued the nontradition at UC San Diego with the unique artwork.  Each lunch guest got to take home their commemorative lunchbox.  

UC San Diego Statement: Response to This Weekend’s Tragic Events in Virginia

Like many of you, we, the UC San Diego administration, watched this weekend’s horrific incidents unfold in Virginia with a mix of outrage, frustration and sorrow. We condemn this vile display of inhumanity, hatred and violence; extend our condolences to the family and friends of those who lost their lives and were injured; and stand in solidarity with our colleagues at the University of Virginia. We extend our support to all members of our campus community, particularly those who feel the impact of this hatred most acutely. Read the entire statement.

Ensuring Teacher and Student Success

Chancellor Khosla with local educators and UC San Diego CREATE Director Mica Pollock and Associate Director Susan Yonezawa

Chancellor Khosla today addressed more than 200 local high school and college educators at the San Diego Math Network Symposium at Kearny High School.  Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation through a grant received by UC San Diego’s CREATE and our partner districts, the program’s goal is to network the region’s educators together to collaboratively tackle tough issues facing mathematics education.  The Chancellor expressed UC San Diego’s support in preparing our young students for college and careers, and talked about the importance of programs like CREATE and the San Diego Math Network that unite experts from across our region to solve local and educational challenges.

San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance Carroll, Chancellor Khosla, San Diego Unified School District Superintendent and UC San Diego alumna Cindy Marten

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