Business Intelligence Analysts help their organization navigate the sea of data that drives million dollar decisions. Staying current is key to succeeding in today’s economy. The market is constantly changing, technology is advancing at a breakneck pace and attitudes toward the environment shift with each turn of the political tides. UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies works with industry experts to identify the most needed skills and develops a curriculum that empowers students to quickly retool to meet workforce demands.
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Over the past 50 years, San Diego has made monumental strides in innovation—in cybersecurity, pharmaceuticals, stem cell research, wireless technology, and data analytics. The region has become a model for innovation and entrepreneurship, and that’s largely attributable to UC San Diego and the many research and development institutions aligned with it on the Torrey Pines Mesa. Looking ahead, with Extension’s leadership, we plan to bring that tradition of innovation to where the top talent seeks to live, work, and play: Downtown San Diego’s urban core.
– UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla
UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies is partnering with leading collaborative design firm Gensler to design and activate the 66,000-square-foot space. Gensler is known for delivering creativity on a global scale:
The downtown center will offer unique educational experiences and cultural activities that inspire lifelong learning. It will house gallery and performance spaces, lectures, and special events, and will include a talent accelerator, professional continuing education programs, and focused workshops for scientists and technology developers. Set to open in 2021, the center also aims to ease the city’s housing crunch with a 34-story residential tower. Of its 426 units, 85 will be reserved for very-low-income residents.
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