UCI celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015, which also saw the investiture of a sixth chancellor, the Dalai Lama’s third visit to campus and a continued reign as the nation’s top ‘Cool School’
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UCI provides a full menu of events, activities encouraging new approaches to sustainable nourishment
Anteater Academy at once-underperforming Santa Ana high school graduates first cohort of college-bound teens. The program is an example of UCI’s outreach to underrepresented students that placed it at the top of The New York Times’ College Access Index of schools that do the most for low-income students. Thirteen recent graduates of the school will attend UCI in the fall.
UC Irvine has placed first in Sierra magazine’s eighth annual ranking of the country’s “Coolest Schools,” marking the fifth consecutive year the university has been included among the top 10 “greenest” campuses nationwide.
Social ecology and engineering researchers get $2.8 million NSF grant to translate science into action on climate change-related challenges, including rising sea levels and urban flooding.
First-of-its-kind summer institute cultivates environmental activism – and leadership skills – among incoming students
UCI partners with Santa Ana ¡Adelante! program to ensure university access for Latinos.
After defeating UCLA, 4-3, to win the Los Angeles Regional, the ’Eaters will head to Charlottesville to take on top-seeded Virginia Cavaliers.
The prospect of better employment may be what motivates students to enroll in college, but the key to keeping them enrolled has a lot to do with peer-bonding experiences and organizational involvement, says Daisy Reyes, UC Irvine graduate student in sociology and Lauds & Laurels honoree.