UCSD celebrates week of innovations with expo, symposia

From September 2010 to June 2011 UC San Diego celebrates its 50th anniversary. Image: UCSD

As part of its continuing 50th anniversary celebration, UCSD is hosting a series of events highlighting the innovations coming out of the campus.

Called IDEaS — Innovation Day Expo and Symposia — the events run from Feb. 22-25. They include discussions featuring Nobel laureates, alumni explorer Maurizio Seracini, a panel of medical experts and cultural innovators.

On Feb. 25, the ccampus will host an expo at RIMAC Arena where the keynote speaker will be Kip Fulbeck, an UCSD alumnus and one of the world’s premier artists exploring multiracial identity. His talk, “Who Are You? The Changing Face of America, begins at 3 p.m.

It will be followed from 4 to 7 p.m. with demonstrations, hands-on exhibits and opportunities to network with community and campus leaders, scientists and researchers. Those who want to attend the expo must register at http://boxoffice.ucsd.edu/.
For a full schedule of events or to register for the other events go to http://50th.ucsd.edu/events/ideas.php.

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