Chancellor Khosla with this year’s Alumni Celebration honorees: Gary Darmstadt, Rachel Axler, Carrie Mae Weems, Brian Druker and DJ Patil
This year’s Alumni Weekend drew thousands of graduates and friends to campus last weekend. Alumni had the opportunity to reconnect with former classmates and faculty, and attend a variety of events—from alumni talks to reunions. Two of the weekend’s events—the Alumni Celebration and True Triton Brunch—recognized distinguished alumni who have brought distinction to the university through their leadership, professional achievements and personal accomplishments, and who have advanced the university’s mission through their advocacy and service. Chancellor Khosla recognized this year’s honorees and thanked all of our alumni for representing the best of UC San Diego.
True Triton honorees Junling Sun, Jerri Malana, Emmy Sobieski
Chancellor Khosla talked about our campus transformation at the alumni lunch.
Chancellor Khosla with Men’s Basketball Coach Eric Olen and Women’s Basketball Coach Heidi VanDerveer
Dozens of Triton student-athletes and their coaches enjoyed breakfast last week at Audrey Geisel University House. The annual Breakfast of Champions event recognizes athletes and coaches who gained national championship status in their sport. Chancellor Khosla personally congratulated the champions as they arrived, and then talked during the breakfast about the importance of athletics at UC San Diego and how they contribute to Triton pride.
Baseball team members Adrian Orozco, John Erhardt, Kyle Lucke Troy Cruz and Nick Kitzmann
Women’s Basketball Team
Men’s Soccer Team
Chancellor Khosla is in Washington, D.C. today as “An Assessment of ARPA-E” is presented to Congress. The report—created by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine—underscores the importance of the work conducted by the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy. Chancellor Khosla served as chair of the review committee for the report. You can read about the report in The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Chancellor Khosla with Dan Mote, President of the National Academy of Engineering
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