4 students in Minority Science Programs snag research awards at annual meeting of AAAS

Four Minority Science Programs students snag awards for their research presentations at AAAS competition

Contrary to popular belief, minority children are not overrepresented in special education classrooms and are actually less likely to be diagnosed with and treated for disabilities than white children with similar academic achievements, behaviors and economic resources, according to new research co-authored by George Farkas, professor of education at UC Irvine.

Minority children underrepresented in special ed, UCI-Penn State study concludes

NASA has awarded UCI $1.25 million as part of a new $5 million center at Cal State Los Angeles for STEM education, with an emphasis on minority students in areas such as climate change, hydrology, computational physics and data science.

UCI gets $1.25 million NASA grant to create research opportunities for Cal State L.A. minority students

6 Minority Science Program students snag awards for their research presentations at AAAS competition

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.

Fifteen UCI undergraduates participating in the School of Biological Sciences’ Minority Science Programs received 21 awards for their research presentations at the 2012 ABRCMS meeting.

Adriana Briscoe, ecology and evolutionary biology associate professor, uses the beauty of butterflies and their spectacular biology to attract and…

UC Irvine economics professors Francesca Mazzolari (pictured) and David Neumark have received a $35,000 Labor and Employment Research Fund award…

Face-to-face canvassing of low-income and minority communities dramatically increases voter turnout within these historically low voter participation populations, according to…