Month: April 2009

UCI mock trial team finishes strong in national competition

UC Irvine’s senior Mock Trial team walked away with a 12th place finish out of 64 teams at the Mock…

students learn bedside manners

A role in medicine

By feigning illness, volunteers introduce medical students to the human side of healthcare.

UC Irvine sociologist Cynthia Feliciano

Internet love not colorblind, study says

UCI study of online daters shows race-based preferences prevail, especially among whites.

Michelle Spooner

Songfest sets the stage for hope

“Songfest” a Broadway-style revue starring more than 150 students from 18 fraternities and sororities plays at the Bren Events Center April 24. This year, it raises funds for UC Irvine Medical Center’s Young Adult Cancer Program.

Anteater baseball is No. 1 for first time

For the first time in its history, UC Irvine baseball is ranked No. 1 in the country in the Baseball…

Creative writing alum's first novel a Thriller Award finalist

Steven M. Thomas couldn’t ask for more from his first novel “Criminal Paradise.” The book was released in paperback in…

Baram wins major epilepsy research award

Dr. Tallie Z. Baram, the Danette Shepard Chair in Neurological Sciences at UC Irvine, has received the Epilepsy Research Award…

Three UCI sports teams crack nation's top 10

UC Irvine athletics program is enjoying phenomenal success this spring with three of its teams ranked in the nation’s top…

Pirates continue attacks off East African Coast

UCI expert available for interviews about this breaking news story: Wayne Sandholtz, political science professor

Lucas Hilderbrand

VHS legacy unraveled

The rise and fall of the VHS format and it’s influence on popular culture is explored in a new book by Lucas Hilderbrand, film & media studies assistant professor.