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Thomas Jefferson School of Law recently launched the inaugural Jameson Crane III Disability and the Law writing competition.


Students, contractors and staff from the San Diego Community College District turned out Thursday to launch construction of 200,000 square feet of classroom space at Mesa College.

Ashford University is offering five Homefront Heroes Scholarships to military spouses in San Diego County for the fifth consecutive year.

San Diego State University recently exceeded the $500 million goal it set in 2007 for its first comprehensive fundraising campaign and announced an extension of the campaign to raise $750 million.


Former San Diego City Council President Tony Young and repeated City Council candidate Dwayne Crenshaw have joined forces to launch Rise San Diego, a nonprofit aimed at encouraging civic engagement in the city's urban areas.


San Diego State University recently exceeded the $500 million goal it set in 2007 for its first comprehensive fundraising campaign and announced an extension of the campaign to raise $750 million.


Thomas Jefferson School of Law missed a June payment on the bonds it used to finance the construction of a new campus facility in downtown San Diego in 2011.


Thermo Fisher Scientific and the UC San Diego Office of Research Affairs unveiled the Duane Roth Innovation Grant, which provides scientific investigators at UC San Diego with a $50,000 annual funding opportunity for sponsored research that supports proof of concept and technology applications studies.


Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE: TMO) and the UC San Diego Office of Research Affairs unveiled the Duane Roth Innovation Grant, which provides scientific investigators at UC San Diego with a $50,000 annual funding opportunity for sponsored research that supports proof of concept and technology applications studies.

The University of California announced the creation of UC Ventures, an independent fund to pursue investments in UC research-fueled enterprises.


Construction firm Kitchell Corp. recently completed the steel topping out of San Diego State University’s Page Pavilion.

National University has announced the appointment of philanthropic organization leader Bob Kelly as its new executive-in-residence with the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy, part of the Sanford Education Center.


Julia Childís biographer will speak Friday at the University of California San Diego’s annual Dinner in the Library.

The UC San Diego Foundation, which cultivates resources supporting UCSD research, teaching and public service initiatives, has announced the addition of three new members to its board of trustees.


Julia Child’s biographer will speak Friday at the University of California San Diego’s annual Dinner in the Library.


Mt. San Jacinto College has been chosen by the California Community Colleges (CCC) Online Education Initiative (OEI) as one of eight colleges to participate in the OEI’s full pilot launch slated to take place from Fall 2014 through Spring 2016.

California Western School of Law Professor Nancy S. Kim has been named the ProFlowers Distinguished Professor of Internet Studies for her work highlighting the risks of online contracts.


The UC San Diego Foundation, which cultivates resources supporting UCSD research, teaching and public service initiatives, has announced the addition of three new members to its board of trustees.

San Diego Mesa College has received a $2.6 million Title V grant from the U.S. Department of Education.


MystartupXX, a three-year-old program that mentors female UC San Diego students hoping to lead technology startups, was named a winner of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Growth Accelerator Fund competition.

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