Month: August 2008

Dreams come true

Three UCI Olympians share their experiences in Beijing

UC Irvine's first employee, L.E. Cox, dies at 94

Lavonne Edwin Cox, the first employee of UC Irvine, died Aug. 26 of complications from a fall. He was 94.…

UCI staff volleyball champions crowned at picnic finals

It wasn’t quite the Olympics, but it was a volleyball game with medals. And the perennial powerhouse — the Department…

New UCI technology makes Internet experience faster

Mozilla has released a prototype of its next Firefox browser that features a significantly faster Web experience, thanks to technology…

Obama and the youth vote

Q&A with political science professor Russell Dalton

Science by fire

Scientific glassblower Jorg Meyer has contributed to chemistry discoveries for more than four decades

Greenhalgh book praised by Science and Nature

UC Irvine anthropologist Susan Greenhalgh’s latest book, Just One Child: Science and Policy in Deng’s China, has received positive reviews from Nature and Science magazines.

US News ranks UCI 44th in 'Best Colleges' survey

In a field of 1,400 national colleges and universities analyzed by US News & World Report for its Best Colleges issue, UC Irvine came in 44th

Lickfett honored for work on Disaster Web Portal

Jay Lickfett, lead software engineer at UC Irvine’s Calit2 ResCUE project, has received the California Emergency Services Association’s Platinum Award…

Behrangi earns prestigious NASA fellowship

Ali Behrangi, third-year civil and environmental engineering doctoral student at UC Irvine, has been awarded NASA’s Earth and Space Science…