The third annual Powwow on the UC San Diego campus drew a crowd of hundreds over the weekend. Community members, students, staff and faculty celebrated Native American culture through a two-day festival of dance, song, food, and arts and crafts. Chancellor Khosla stopped by on Saturday to enjoy the festivities and speak with the event’s participants. This year’s Powwow was held on Warren Field this year to provide more space and parking for the growing campus tradition.
“This annual tradition gives our campus members the opportunity to learn more about the rich culture and history of Native Americans, and strengthens the ties between UC San Diego and our tribal communities.” - Chancellor Khosla
“My goal is to strengthen the existing partnerships between UC San Diego and Mexico, and pursue other opportunities for collaboration.” - Chancellor Khosla
Chancellor Khosla poses with medical students from the Universidad Autónomo de Baja California and UC San Diego at the Health Frontiers in Tijuana Clinic.
Chancellor Khosla recently visited Tijuana to learn more about industry, healthcare and education across the border and the many partnerships UC San Diego has in Mexico. The one-day tour included visits to Hospital Angeles Tijuana, the Health Frontiers in Tijuana Clinic, the Business Innovation and Technology Center, El Florido Parque Industrial and the Culinary Art School.
As he met with community and business leaders from the various organizations, Chancellor Khosla talked about the importance of our cross-border partnerships, and how they are vital for the economic and social growth and prosperity of our regions.
Chancellor Khosla tours DJ Global with Vice President of Operations Eduardo Salcedo.
While visiting the Hospital Angeles Tijuana, Chancellor Khosla met Dr. Jorge Luna, Vice President for Education and Training for the system.
UC San Diego hosted this year’s student leadership conference for the Western Association of Educational Opportunity Personnel’s Southern California chapter. More than 500 high school students from San Diego, Los Angeles and Orange Counties’ TRiO programs attended the event. The program focused on leadership skills and career pathways to science, technology, engineering and math fields. Chancellor Khosla stopped by the conference to welcome the students to our campus. The keynote speakers included San Diego Mayor Bob Filner and Professor Angelica Gutierrez from Loyola Marymount University College of School of Business.
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