Collaborating to Help our Local and Global Citizens

“We must bring social awareness to our work every day.” – Chancellor Khosla

Chancellor Khosla with Naila Chowdhury, Director of Social Impact and Innovation at the Qualcomm Institute

UC San Diego is collaborating with Project Concern International (PCI) to jointly advance anti-human trafficking efforts in San Diego County. Chancellor Khosla signed a Memorandum of Understanding yesterday with the President and CEO of PCI Carrie Hessler-Radelet, following the “No More, No More” conference, a human trafficking awareness program hosted by the Social Impact and Innovation program.  At the event, the Chancellor said we must do everything we can to help our local and global community members and have a positive impact on our society.

Suresh Subramani, Ramesh Rao, Chancellor Khosla, Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Naila Chowdhury, Peg Ross, Bob Sullivan

Message from President Napolitano Regarding Northern California Fires

Many of us in the University of California community have been directly affected by the deadly wildfires that are ravaging wide swaths of Northern California. Several students, employees and their loved ones have been evacuated for their safety and many of our neighbors and friends have lost their homes. Thousands of us are breathing highly polluted air. This perilous situation will likely be with us for a while, and overall recovery may well be slow. The university stands ready to help all community members needing assistance, including through its medical facilities and campus resources such as employee assistance programs and counseling services.  Read the entire message from President Napolitano.

Sharing an Evening of Inspiration and Innovation

"There is a physical and intellectual transformation happening at UC San Diego." - Chancellor Khosla

UC San Diego continues to host regional celebrations across the country for the Campaign for UC San Diego.  Last night, Chancellor Khosla connected with alumni and friends in Washington, D.C. to share how the campus is transforming physically and intellectually.  From faculty presentations to renderings of our future campus, participants could immerse themselves in our cutting-edge research and transformation.  The next regional celebration is tonight in New York City; last month, celebrations were held in Los Angeles and the Bay Area.

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