We are delighted to announce the 2018 UC San Diego Women’s Conference. The theme for the conference is “Be Bold for Change.” The conference is free and open to all UC San Diego faculty, staff, and students.
“Novel methodologies for T and B cell repertoire analysis and their applications in cancer, autoimmunity, and infectious disease”
“Sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor 1 and 2 control proinflammatory cytokine response in normal human keratinocytes”
Drawing on personal letters, diaries, memoirs, government documents and contemporary news reports, John Pomfret reconstructs the surprising, tragic and marvelous ways Americans and Chinese have engaged with one another through the centuries.
Join filmmaker Soudhamini Narayanan and UC San Diego Music Professor Kartik Seshadri, for a viewing and discussion on “Temple Nagaswaram,” a Dec. 2013 film on a musical instrument used in South Indian temples as part of the ritual worship.
This is a feminist alarm that scrutinizes the hidden biases of our society that unfairly favors men over women. Playwright Alice Birch puts forth a call for contemporary women to sabotage anything that is complicit in their oppression.
For the past five years, 30-year-old trumpeter Marquis Hill has been invigorating the Chicago jazz scene with his sleek approach to modern jazz, which often incorporates elements of spoken word and hip-hop.
UC San Diego celebrates Women’s History Month throughout the month of March with a series of events entitled “Women’s Herstory Month” that recognize the rich stories of women’s leadership, creativity and activism.