Collaboration and innovation are the overriding themes of the International French – USA Workshop being held at UC San Diego this week. The event has attracted industry and government leaders, scholars, researchers and students from around the world to campus to discuss developments in research and education and to initiate new partnerships. Chancellor Khosla met with several of the workshop organizers and participants this morning and will participate in a roundtable session this afternoon to talk about international programs and partnerships.
Chancellor Khosla adds pencils and pens to the school supply collection box in the Chancellor's office.
UC San Diego is once again hosting a school supply drive for students at 16 local elementary, middle and high schools. The 7th annual drive begins today and runs through August 31. There will be approximately three dozen collection boxes all over campus, including one in the Chancellor’s office. Staff, faculty and students are encouraged to donate new school supplies, backpacks, lunch boxes, gently used binders and children’s books. University materials will not be accepted. Click here for a list of collections boxes.
“You represent the talent, leadership and strength of UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management. We thank you in advance for what you will do for our region, our nation and our world.” – Chancellor Khosla
The Rady School of Management has much to celebrate. In addition to commemorating its 10th anniversary this year, more than 100 Master of Business Administration degrees were awarded over the weekend. At the commencement ceremony, Chancellor Khosla urged the graduates to go after their big ideas and find success, and to remember that there are many definitions of success, including helping people and making our planet better for future generations.
Since it was established a decade ago, the Rady School has graduated hundreds of innovators and entrepreneurs who have gone on to great success – starting companies, advancing medicine, creating apps and even winning political elections.
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