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Lucille Luckett Hubbard Haugh, Founding President of Town & Gown, 1924–2017. We miss you, Lucy.

Memorial Tribute from Linda Blair

At the October luncheon, Town & Gown honored our founder, Lucy Haugh, with a memorial tribute by her longtime friend, Linda Blair. If you were unable to attend, Linda's transcript and photos are attached here. Lucy led an accomplished life, and considered Town & Gown among her proudest achievements.  

You're part of the Campaign for UC San Diego!

To help UC San Diego continue to educate our best and brightest, drive innovation, advance society, propel economic growth and ultimately solve the world’s most pressing problems, the campus has embarked upon an ambitious $2 billion comprehensive fundraising campaign. Thanks to generous donors like you, the Campaign has already passed the $1.3 million mark!

About Town & Gown

Founded in 2007, Town & Gown sponsors lively monthly luncheon programs addressing the most interesting issues of our times, featuring UC San Diego professors and researchers, as well as luminaries from other organizations.

Town & Gown lunches are held each month, October through May, on the UC San Diego campus. These programs are open to members of Town & Gown and their guests.

Supporting Students

Access to the intellectual capital at UC San Diego is increasingly out of reach for many promising young people who aspire to learn, grow and ultimately contribute.

Town & Gown members voluntarily support undergraduates by donating to student scholarships. The number of Town & Gown scholarships awarded annually has continued to increase as a result of our members' generosity. Learn more.

Our Unique Endowment Program

After establishing a named Town & Gown scholarship several years ago, founding member Elizabeth Taft recently fulfilled her $50,000 pledge to fund the Elizabeth and Joseph Taft Endowed Scholarship, and this year you’ll meet the first “Taft Scholar,” Ericca Speed, a Chemical Engineering major. Read more (PDF).

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