Improving the Patient Experience

David A. Brenner, Catriona Jamieson, Blaire Koman, Laine Koman, Bill Koman, Chancellor Khosla, Amy Koman, Patricia Maysent, Anne Wallace, Steven Garfin, A. Karim Kader

The newly opened Koman Family Outpatient Pavilion is already meeting the growing healthcare needs of our community.  The facility – which opened on March 12 – provides single-day treatments for imaging, physical therapy and pain management, among other services.  At the official building dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this week, Chancellor Khosla thanked Bill and Amy Koman for their commitment to advancing healthcare, and for their generosity and support of UC San Diego.  He also talked about how the new Koman Family Outpatient Pavilion complements UC San Diego’s existing Health Sciences services and how the new multi-disciplinary center will improve the patient experience through increased efficiency.

Developing Future Leaders

Chancellor Khosla recently attended a reunion at the Computer Science and Engineering Department, which brought together current and former tutors.  The tutor program assists students in developing strong problem solving skills and helps them create a solid foundation in the fundamentals. The program has grown rapidly, along with the department and demand for CSE experts and education.  The tutor program has more than 3,000 alumni. At the event, the Chancellor thanked the tutors for their service and for playing an integral role in the lives of other students at UC San Diego.  He also talked about the growing reputation and leadership of UC San Diego in computer science and engineering, highlighting the new Halıcıoğlu Institute for Data Science and thanking alumnus and former tutor Taner Halıcıoğlu for his generosity and vision in establishing the institute.

Destination UC San Diego

EVC Elizabeth Simmons, admitted student Adan Estrada, Chancellor Khosla and AVC Adele Brumfield

The campus was abuzz with activity all weekend with more than 15,000 prospective students and their family members attending Triton Day on Saturday and more than 4,000 people participating in the Triton 5K on Sunday.  Chancellor Khosla was among the campus leaders, faculty, staff and students who welcomed admitted students to campus, and encouraged them to explore the undergraduate colleges, residence and dining halls, academic departments and student services.  Triton Day is an opportunity for admitted students to learn about all of the opportunities offered at UC San Diego and meet their future friends and faculty.  The Triton 5K benefits student scholarships and has raised nearly $4 million since its inception.  After the race, runners and walkers enjoyed a festival with live music, food and interactive experiences.

A breakfast was held at the Faculty Club for admitted Regents Scholars.

Directors from UC San Diego's resource centers welcome admitted students at a community lunch.

Runners begin the Triton 5k.

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