11th Annual Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
The fully-furnished house, named Fallen Star, on top of Jacobs Hall is an art piece open to public viewing.
Just one of the many beaches in San Diego!
Cafe Ventanas is named for all the gorgeous windows that make up the walls of this dining hall. Open natural wood beam ceilings, and a large outdoor dining patio and amphitheater… Out of all the six dining halls, this is where you’ll be eating for breakfast and lunch!
Geisel Library, named after Dr. Seuss himself, is the spaceship (or Snow Fortress a la Inception) in which we all furiously study for midterms and finals. The winding path you see below is the Snake Path, which is another art piece installed as part of the Stuart Collection.
Quite literally, if you look at Geisel on Google Maps, you can see the winding body of the Snake.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is a center for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of various diseases, genetics, cell and plant biology, and related disciplines. Some researchers use methods based off statistical physics and information theory to give them answers to questions in biology.