Chancellor Khosla and Alumni Board member Jerri Malana with True Triton Award recipients Steve and Sue Hart
UC San Diego alumni, current students, staff and faculty recently converged on campus and in the community for a weekend of service and celebration as part of the True Triton Weekend. The two-day, service-oriented event kicked off with a leadership conference last Saturday morning, followed by the True Triton Celebration which recognized three dedicated alumni volunteers for their extraordinary commitment to the university. Chancellor Khosla was on hand to honor this year’s award recipients – Sue Hart PhD ‘86 - Physical Sciences, Steve Hart MA ’80 - Physical Sciences, and Otis Watson ’76 - Social Sciences. On Sunday, more than 200 volunteers participated in the Alumni Day of Service, working on beautification projects at Zamorano Fine Arts Academy, a high achieving K-5 magnet school located in Paradise Hills.
UC San Diego is nationally recognized as a leader in public service, ranking as the second best public university in the nation by Washington Monthly for our commitment to serving the nation’s public interest, promoting social mobility and producing groundbreaking research.
Chancellor Khosla and Alumni Board member Jerri Malana with True Triton Award recipient Otis Watson
Alumni Day of Service at Zamorano Fine Arts Academy
Triton Leadership Conference
Chancellor Khosla and Rady School of Management Dean Bob Sullivan with Aira CEO Suman Kanuganti and COO Troy Otillio
Earlier this week, Chancellor Khosla visited Aira, a company created by UC San Diego alumnus Suman Kanuganti, at its new headquarters in University City. Aira is a technology company that provides smart glasses solutions for the blind and visually impaired. Kanuganti received his MBA from UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management in 2014. Upon acceptance to Rady’s StartR accelerator program, Kanuganti recruited two UC San Diego engineering undergraduates to start the company. Aira now employs more than 100 employees and contractors, including four Rady alumni, and is widely recognized for its positive societal impact. Aira was recently listed by the New York Times as one of the 2017 Technology for Good companies and as one of PC Magazine’s Best New Technology. During the visit, the Chancellor was able to see firsthand the powerful impact of the Aira technology in helping the blind and visually impaired.
Chancellor Khosla and Suman Kanuganti
Chancellor Khosla recently attended an Associated Students meeting at the invitation of council members. The Chancellor shared his goals for enhancing the student experience and talked about progress being made to increase housing options on campus, create a more connected campus, and make UC San Diego a destination for arts and culture. The students also asked a range of questions on topics such as sustainability and renewable energy, gender-neutral restrooms and resources for students. The Chancellor noted the importance of collaboration and dialogue in finding solutions and creating opportunities for students.
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