“Helping a student to obtain a higher education is one of the greatest gifts a person can give.”
- Chancellor Khosla
Last night, at the 17th annual Fiesta de las Estrellas celebration, several star scholarship recipients were recognized at a reception at the Faculty Club. The event was created by the Hispanic Scholarship Council, which has raised more than $1 million for UC San Diego undergraduate scholarships. The Council’s mission is to provide access to education and create opportunities for promising Latino students. Chancellor Khosla attended the reception and told the students, “We are proud of your talent and achievements, and we are so glad you are here at UC San Diego.”
“Fifty years from now, we want to look back and say that our second 50 years were even better than our first.”
– Chancellor Khosla talking about why the campus initiated a strategic planning process
Chancellor Khosla was the guest speaker at the Social Sciences Supper Club held at the Faculty Club on April 24. The Supper Club is one of the university’s most popular dinner lecture series featuring faculty who focus on some of the most important social issues of our time. The Chancellor talked about three main issues facing higher education including the reduction of state funding, the need to improve access and affordability for students, and the impact of technology on education. He also focused on the importance of UC San Diego’s strategic planning process in addressing these issues and developing a unifying vision and shared goals for the future of our campus.
The UC San Diego student chapter of the American Geriatrics Society, with support from the Stein Institute for Research on Aging and the Academic Geriatric Resource Center, hosted an Osteoporosis Fair on campus to educate students about bone health and spark interest in the field of geriatrics. Chancellor Khosla stopped by to see the eight interactive stations where students and faculty – from departments of medicine, family medicine, radiology, nutrition and pharmacy – showcased new findings on osteoporosis, answered questions and discussed common clinical issues.
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