The UC Irvine School of Humanities has received a $2.7 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to fund a pilot program that transforms graduate education by streamlining the time to degree, providing full funding throughout the degree program, and establishing a teaching and research position of up to two years for all candidates who complete their dissertation in five years. UCI is the first institution to couple a shorter time to degree with postdoctoral appointments to create an integrated program designed to launch humanities scholars successfully into academia and alternative careers.
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UC Irvine graduate students won 37 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships this year, putting…
Fellowship recipients’ work spans a range of disciplines, from cancer research to energy conservation
The panel comprises 18 presidents and chancellors and is responsible for establishing and directing division policy.
Federal grant will support six fellows annually for three years in each of two programs: chemical synthesis and mathematics.
Highly regarded ranking is the first by the science group since 1995.
With a $10,000 award from the UC Irvine Graduate Division, Thomas Gilbreath will study how land-use in Africa affects the…
She explains how to mend a broken heart – with stem cells – at first UCOP competition for grad students
UCI grad students are investigating ways to make earthquakes less destructive