Strengthening Binational Ties

“Academic collaboration is vital to our cross-border future.” – Chancellor Khosla

This morning, academic leaders from UC San Diego and Centro de Ensenanza Tecnica y Superior (CETYS) of Baja California, Mexico united on campus at a signing ceremony to formalize a Memorandum of Understanding to increase collaborations between our two universities.  The academic alliance will include faculty, student and postdoctoral scholar exchanges, as well as joint research and educational projects. The five-year partnership is supported by individual collaboration with UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy, Jacobs School of Engineering and Rady School of Management.

CETYS President Fernando León García shakes hands with Dean Bob Sullivan, while Chancellor Khosla and Deans Peter Cowhey and Al Pisano look on.

CETYS President Fernando León García with his son, Fernando, a first-year UC San Diego student, and Chancellor Khosla