Liz Toomey, assistant vice chancellor of community & government relations, talks about the UC system’s impact on everyday life in California.
Month: August 2009
UCI research on infectious diseases, such as dengue fever, HIV and meliodosis, could benefit millions worldwide.
Four other people are known to have survived the kind of spinal injury suffered by Jon Wilhite in a triple-fatality car crash, and everything had to go just right for emergency personnel and UC Irvine Medical Center doctors before this story could be told.
UCI funds research on financial practices in developing countries.
UC Irvine School of Law opens to inaugural class of 61 students who will help develop innovative curriculum.
Director of new student programs and alumna Jill Halvaks gives incoming freshmen their first lessons in becoming Anteaters.
UC Irvine maintained its status among the nation’s top 50 colleges and universities in the U.S. News & World Report’s…
UCI’s David Dooley studies the impact of unemployment on mental health.
Portable ultrasound scanners in the ER can save lives by expediting diagnosis.
UC Irvine engineers plan to outfit the local water system with sensors that will alert officials when and where pipes crack or break, hastening repair – thanks to nearly $5.7 million over three years from the National Institute of Standards & Technology and several local water groups.