Chancellor Khosla with members of UC San Diego's Student Foundation
Chancellor Khosla hosted an appreciation reception last night at Geisel House for UC San Diego’s Chancellor’s Laureates, the extraordinarily generous philanthropists who support our mission of education and research and profoundly impact our campus. Also among the attendees were several members of the Student Foundation, who took a selfie with the Chancellor. During the program, Chancellor Khosla thanked the Laureates for their tremendous and sustained support over the years, which has helped our campus to become one of the premier research universities in the nation and the world.
“We are extremely proud of the work you have put in and everything you have accomplished.” – Chancellor Khosla
Congratulations, Class of 2014! Over the weekend, more than 7,000 students received their diplomas, joining the ranks of our 160,000 esteemed Triton alumni. Chancellor Khosla attended all of the commencement ceremonies, as well as the All Campus Graduation Celebration. As he conferred the degrees and congratulated the graduates, he encouraged our newest graduates to use their education to positively change our community and our world.
Chancellor Khosla speaks at the All Campus Graduation Celebration.
Chancellor Khosla with Outstanding Graduate Award winner Michael Porter (left) and Outstanding Senior Award winner Damini Tandon (right).
Attendees sing the Black National Anthem at the Black Student Graduation Recognition Ceremony.
Student leaders were invited to a pre-reception before the All Campus Graduation Celebration.
Chancellor Khosla cuts the ribbon with VC Margaret Leinen and VC Gary Matthews.
UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography has a new facility to better store, organize and access the large, specialized equipment that our scientists deploy when they’re at sea. The dedication and ribbon-cutting of the Research Support Facility at Seaweed Canyon was held today at Scripps. During the program, Chancellor Khosla thanked former Senate Budget Chair Denise Ducheny and President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg for sponsoring the budget amendment that provided the funding for the construction. He also talked about the importance of our marine research, and how it positively impacts our society and world.
Chancellor Khosla with former Senate Budget Chair Denise Ducheny next to a photo of the previous storage facility.
World-renowned oceanographer and Scripps scientist Walter Munk attended the dedication.
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