UC San Diego students, faculty and staff march in the Martin Luther King Jr. parade.
UC San Diego students, faculty and staff gathered over the long weekend to celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Chancellor Khosla joined hundreds of campus and community members in downtown San Diego to march in the annual parade to honor the civil rights leader. Khosla also attended the Alpha Phi Alpha Black Educators breakfast the day before.
“Dr. King strengthened communities, empowered individuals, and promoted social justice and equality. It was an honor to march alongside our UC San Diego campus members to celebrate his legacy and demonstrate our commitment to his values.” - Chancellor Khosla
Dozens of faculty, staff and students at Scripps Institution of Oceanography listened to Chancellor Khosla’s presentation about the strategic planning process, and then offered their thoughts on how we can improve and define UC San Diego’s future. Khosla continues to host Town Hall meetings all over the campus and in the community in order to ensure broad participation in the planning process. Visit plan.ucsd.edu for more information.
World-renowned oceanographer and Professor Emeritus Walter Munk was among the Town Hall participants.
Local leaders, including Chancellor Khosla, gathered to officially break ground on the Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute (CTRI). The new facility will bring together laboratory and clinical researchers in a collaborative search for faster, better ways to treat and cure disease.
“This is a building that is going to be a bridge to our future; where we are going to define new cures, where we are going to define how medicine should be practiced.”
- Chancellor Khosla speaking at the CTRI groundbreaking
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