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Michael P. Clark gets Extraordinarius honor; celebration is May 12
Four Minority Science Programs students snag awards for their research presentations at AAAS competition
Four University of California, Irvine undergraduates participating in the Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological…
UC Irvine’s innovative alumni program, advertising campaign and school-based annual report received international top honors in three categories at the 2015 Council for Advancement & Support of Education Circle of Excellence Awards.
Alums Beth Malone and Tim Kashani have been nominated for Tony Awards.
6 Minority Science Program students snag awards for their research presentations at AAAS competition
Six undergraduate students participating in the Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences’ Minority Science…
Charles Limoli will lead effort to see how cosmic radiation affects astronauts’ cognition
UC Irvine is a proud member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education,…
UC Irvine undergraduates participating in research training in the Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences’ Minority Science Programs received 17 awards for their research presentations at three national conferences this fall.
UC Irvine has been awarded $700,000 from The Rose Hills Foundation to support students in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) pursuits. Each year for the next four years, The Rose Hills Foundation Undergraduate Science & Engineering Scholarships will assist 18 high-achieving undergraduates. The students will meet with one another at regular intervals throughout the year to discuss their goals and share their experiences.