Strengthening Cross-Border Innovation

Chancellor Khosla joined leaders of universities and high schools in Baja California last week to sign 10 new Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) and create the CaliBaja Education Consortium.  Welcoming members of each institution to the Cross-Border Innovation Summit at UC San Diego, the Chancellor spoke about how cooperation—not isolation—enables our institutions and nations to be at their best.  These new MOUs build on the collaboration and momentum from three existing MOUs with Mexican universities.  They also strengthen the interconnectedness of our region by increasing opportunities for students, advancing our collective research efforts, and deepening our collaborative relationships. 

Dean Al Pisano, Chancellor Khosla, Chancellor of Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana José Guerrero 

Recognizing Community Leaders for Their Support

Chancellor Khosla and CCAB Chair Yen Tu (center) recognized outgoing CCAB members Sac Carreathers, Judith Munoz, Robert Gillespie and Bob Brown.

The Chancellor’s Community Advisory Board gathered for its annual spring meeting at Audrey Geisel University House yesterday.  Chancellor Khosla recognized the dedication and contributions of the board members throughout the year—from local and state advocacy efforts to helping the university recruit bright, motivated students from underrepresented communities.  He then honored the outgoing board members, who have each served six-year terms. The Chancellor’s Community Advisory Board advocates for UC San Diego and advises the Chancellor, with specific emphasis on the university’s role in the community.  

Alumni Board Chair Robert Brownlie, CCAB member Karin Winner, CCAB Chair Yen Tu

CCAB members Grace Chui-Miller, Marne Foster, Bob Brown, David Arambula

Letter from the Chancellor: Building Our Future

This has been a banner year for UC San Diego, and that’s saying a lot since we are a community of overachievers. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our campus members for another amazing year—from welcoming our most diverse class of students to celebrating the graduation of more than 9,000 new alumni—and all of the successes we’ve had in between. Among our grandest achievements, together we launched an ambitious fundraising initiative and embarked on the physical and intellectual transformation of our campus.  Read the entire letter.

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