As a leader of the Asian Pacific Student Association, Cheng hopes to register 600 new voters by the Oct. 20 deadline.
Day: October 13, 2008
The field of public health looks at the big picture, and that image is coming into focus at UC Irvine as its Program in Public Health marks its greatest growth stage in its young, five-year history.
Experts on everything from reconstructing the human hand to interpreting the U.S. Constitution have joined the UC Irvine faculty in the last year.
There’s no shortage of political opinion at UC Irvine, and a number of campus groups and student organizations have organized events where those opinions can be heard.
Call it the little state with the big reach. Rhode Island is touching UC Irvine in a big way by selecting Ron Carlson’s “Five Skies” as its statewide reading pick for 2009.
Spreading the word about cardiovascular disease, its causes and prevention efforts is Nathan Wong’s way of saving lives
Heather Goldsworthy hopes to show that economic development and environmental protection can coexist