Like countless other universities around the world, UCI has its own distinctive legends and lore that have emerged to shed light on campus mysteries.
Day: September 22, 2008
HABLA trains home visitors to help Orange County’s Spanish-speaking parents prepare their toddlers for kindergarten. The program coaches parents to read and play with their children outside of the weekly home sessions, incorporating lessons into their daily lives.
UC Irvine biologists are on the attack against leukemia. A recent study by UCI scientists found a new way to combat a subtype of acute lymphoblastic leukemia that could mitigate side effects and improve cure rates.
More than 180,000 American women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, and no single event brings attention to this deadly disease more than the Race for the Cure, sponsored by Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Doctoral candidate Candice Carr Kelman conducted a sustainability assessment of the UCI campus and takes everyday steps to reduce her carbon footprint
Undergraduate Andy An Hoang launches program to help Vietnamese orphanages care for children with cerebral palsy