Greening the University

submitted by: jgrosvenor
The need for sustainability within the university has been apparent for some while now; however it is only recently that this need has been seriously addressed in campus planning. This paper investigates the various approaches to sustainable practices within the university, and further examines the specific challenges and obstacles to the implementation of these practices. Also explored is the new type of collaboration between the sustainability institute and campus planning departments...

A San Diego Ethnic Business Cluster: A Case Study of the Proposed Little Saigon on El Cajon Boulevard

submitted by: tnguyen

A research project analyzing ethnic enclaves and their ability to become an ethnic business cluster, specifically a proposed Little Saigon in San Diego.

Greening the University

submitted by: jgrosvenor
The need for sustainability within the university has been apparent for some while now; however it is only recently that this need has been seriously addressed in campus planning. This paper investigates the various approaches to sustainable practices within the university, and further examines the specific challenges and obstacles to the implementation of these practices. Also explored is the new type of collaboration between the sustainability institute and campus planning departments...

Examining 'Food Culture' for Grassroots Mobilization

submitted by: rlee

My postercast provides an overview of my thesis on the food culture of City Heights, which includes the purpose of my research, findings/analysis, and an explanation to how the knowledge that is gathered from my thesis could contribute to grassroots mobilization.

Running Dry: A Historical Analysis of Water System Development in San Diego and its Current Effects

submitted by: csalehian
For over a century, the County of San Diego has struggled in attaining water resources, while Los Angeles has always been in much more of a commanding position. After studying historical documents, census data, and analyzing archival records, the root causes of this disparity were revealed. Research shows that the causes of this issue can be traced back to early planning decisions made by government officials. Being so, while technological solutions such as desalinization plants could help...

Citizens Coordinate for Century 3: Murtaza Baxamusa

submitted by: CHRISp

Are the Tides Turning on Equity and Environmental Justice in San Diego Planning

Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 Breakfast Dialogue: Jennifer Vanica

submitted by: CHRISp

Are the Tides Turning on Equity and Environmental Justice in San Diego Planning

Dr. Beatriz Lewis's Pharmacy Practice at UCSD's Moores Cancer Center

submitted by: KuoOffice
The San Diego Pharmacist Resource and Research Network is conducting a study to discover the best pharmacists/pharmacy practices in San Diego. Network members were asked to nominate pharmacists for their innovative practice. These pharmacists were interviewed by UCSD students. A short video footage of each pharmacist interview is now posted via the network’s virtual community hosted on the SciVee website. Along with this video you will find a brief description about their innovative...

The Tijuana Estuary

submitted by: chica97mar

Our field trip to the Tijuana Estuary and what we learned.

San Diego Science Festival -- Video Recap

submitted by: sdscienccefestival

The San Diego Science Festival (SM) was organized by Larry Bock.

Here is a video recap of the event.

San Diego Science Festival is a registered California Service Mark of Science Spark