San Diego Gas & Electric has awarded the Living Coast Discovery Center, a nonprofit zoo and aquarium located on San Diego Bay in Chula Vista, a $25,000 grant as part of the energy company's 2012 Environmental Champions Initiative.
PCL Construction Services Inc. has been awarded the design-build contract to build a parking structure at the San Diego Community College District’s Continuing Education César E. Chávez campus in Barrio Logan.
The U.S. Copyright Office has invited the executive director of California Western School of Law's New Media Rights program to participate in hearings this week on the proposal to create a small claims system for copyright disputes.
The College of Business Administration at San Diego State University announced Monday that its financial planning program was named one of Financial Planning magazine’s “25 Great Schools For Future Financial Planners” in its November 2012 issue.
The U.S. Copyright Office has invited the executive director of California Western School of Law's New Media Rights program to participate in hearings this week in Los Angeles on the proposal to create a small claims system for copyright disputes.
The research vessel Roger Revelle, owned by the U.S. Navy's Office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, returns Friday to San Diego after a six-year deployment. (video)
California State University San Marcos' Marketing Society and California Fruit Wine Co. are partnering to hold a food drive event for North County Solutions for Change – a charity committed to ending family homelessness this Saturday, at California Fruit Wine in Vista from 4-8 p.m.
San Diego County voters approved more than $3.4 billion in school construction bonds in November’s general election that will go toward improving campuses and purchasing new equipment for students and faculty members.
Several University of California, San Diego graduate students will receive full financial support over the next few years thanks to a $500,000 gift from the Washington, D.C.-based Robertson Foundation for Government, according to a release.
San Diego County voters approved more than $3.40 billion in school construction bonds in Tuesday’s General Election that will go toward improving campuses and purchasing new equipment for students and faculty members.
Five of the 11 school construction bond measures to improve campuses have been passed by San Diego County voters in Tuesday’s General Election, though none of the three measures in North County were among them, as of Wednesday morning.