Fostering Community Relations

Judith Wenker, David Arambula and son, Jane Potter, Yen Tu, Chancellor Khosla, Stanley Faer, Karin Winner, Sue Kalish, J.C. Hurtado-Prater, Suzanne Afflalo, Amon Gordon, Linda LeGerrette (not pictured: Michael Connolly, Yancy B. Lindsey, Jon Sundt)

Ten new community leaders are joining UC San Diego’s Chancellor’s Community Advisory Board (CCAB) this fall.  At this morning’s CCAB orientation, Chancellor Khosla welcomed the new members and emphasized UC San Diego’s commitment to foster and strengthen positive relationships between our campus and our community.  CCAB is composed of talented, experienced and motivated citizens of San Diego who are advocates for UC San Diego.  Board members advise the Chancellor on the university’s role in the community and help increase the community’s understanding of UC San Diego’s positive impact on our region and world.


Dining with the Chancellor

Chancellor Khosla hosted 13 staff for lunch in his office recently as part of the annual Chancellor’s Lunchbox Club. Staff members were invited to the lunch after being selected to participate during a drawing at the All Staff Picnic. The Chancellor personally thanked the staff members for their contributions and encouraged them to ask questions share their experiences as staff members.  Each person took home a specially designed metal lunchbox inspired by this year’s theme, “Fun Diego,” which highlighted our fabulous locale on the sunny shores of San Diego.

Adding More Parking on Campus

The Osler Parking Structure is now open, adding more than 1,300 new parking spaces on the UC San Diego campus.  The ribbon cutting for the new parking garage – which is located by the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences – was held this morning.  This is UC San Diego’s most technologically advanced structure yet, with tools to help our transportation services team manage the parking system more efficiently and the largest number of EV charging stalls.  The new structure is one of many parking solutions being implemented on campus.  UC San Diego is also in the process of adding new structures as part of the North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood and Mesa Housing project.  With the new Osler Parking Structure and other projects that are coming online now, UC San Diego will start the fall quarter with approximately 750 more stalls than spring quarter.

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