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TJSL grad honored with state pro bono award

Nicole Heffel, a 2013 graduate of Thomas Jefferson School of Law, just won the 2015 California State Bar President's Pro Bono Award in the “Recently Admitted” category.

UCSD hits $1 billion research funding milestone

Research funding at the University of California San Diego has surpassed $1 billion for the 2015 fiscal year, the university announced this week.

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Junior Achievement announces new president, CEO

Junior Achievement of San Diego County announced Thursday that Marla Black will join the nonprofit as its president and CEO, effective in September.

SDSU marks record year for fundraising

ResMed, Teach for America launch education consortium

UCSD to offer master's in business analytics

CSU approves 2% pay hike for chancellors, presidents

SDSU developing software to predict wildfire movement

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SD Community College District recognizes contractors for Props. S, N projects

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Experts: Ruling against UCSD seeks to protect accused

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TJSL grad honored with state pro bono award

Nicole Heffel, a 2013 graduate of Thomas Jefferson School of Law, just won the 2015 California State Bar President's Pro Bono Award in the “Recently Admitted” category.

UCSD hits $1 billion research funding milestone

Research funding at the University of California San Diego has surpassed $1 billion for the 2015 fiscal year, the university announced this week.

Junior Achievement announces new president, CEO

Junior Achievement of San Diego County announced Thursday that Marla Black will join the nonprofit as its president and CEO, effective in September.

Empowering law’s next generation

During the depths of our economic recession, at a time when the legal sector, like so many others, experienced turbulent upheaval, many questions were asked about the value of a legal education. While much of the legal community focused upon the lack of jobs available for law school graduates at many of the sector’s largest firms, often overlooked was the enormous number of students whose goals were not necessarily to become board room power brokers, but rather to affect real and positive change right in their own local communities.

What universities can learn from UC San Diego sex assault case

On July 10, 2015, San Diego Superior Court Judge Joel M. Pressman ordered UC San Diego to set aside its panel findings and sanctions made against an undergraduate student accused of sexual misconduct in a campus disciplinary hearing. Judge Pressman, ruling on a petition for writ of administrative mandate filed by the accused male student, held that the hearing had violated the accused student’s rights to due process and was unfair.

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PLNU's Lynn Reaser on affordable housing

May 4, 2015 -- George Chamberlin and Dr. Lynn Reaser, chief economist for Point Loma Nazarene University's Fermanian Business & Economic Institute, discuss the university's report on affordable housing.

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