The Moxie Center and the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination both held celebrations yesterday to mark their addition to campus. Chancellor Khosla attended both events and commented that UC San Diego is an ideal home for both centers because of our collaborative, entrepreneurial spirit and our tradition of innovation.
The Moxie Center fosters the incubation and acceleration of student ideas by providing resources and guidance, such as seminars and mentorship in engineering and business development. Dozens of students, faculty, staff and community members attended the public grand opening, including Mayor Bob Filner and Irwin Zahn. It was Zahn and his family who made the gift to create the center.
The new Center for Human Imagination brings together experts from multiple disciplines to help us better understand, enhance and enact the gift of human imagination so we can improve our world. The public launch of the center will be celebrated with a series of events in May; click here to learn more.
Irwin Zahn with Chancellor Khosla
A student displays her work at the Moxie Center.
Attendees at the Clarke Center opening watch a short film called "The Search for Infinity."
“You can do anything you set your mind to. The opportunities are open and endless, and they can be unexpected. That is the beauty of a higher education.” - Chancellor Khosla
Chancellor Khosla delivered the keynote speech at the California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP) Scholarship Ceremony at UC San Diego over the weekend. The event celebrates the success and determination of more than 100 scholarship winners from traditionally underserved areas in San Diego and Imperial Counties who are pursuing a higher education. During his speech, the Chancellor congratulated the scholarship recipients and urged them to make the most of their college experience.
Deputy Dean David Bailey, Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla, Vice Chancellor David Brenner
UC San Diego’s Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences held its 8th graduation ceremony on Saturday at the Price Center. Hundreds of family members and friends of the 59 graduates gathered for the commencement ceremony and celebration afterwards. Before conferring the degrees, Chancellor Khosla commended the graduates for choosing a noble profession and dedicating their lives to help people, and he expressed how proud he is their hard work and achievements. Established in 2000, The Skaggs School is the only public school of pharmacy in Southern California.
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