Month: September 2009

UC Irvine Advisory: Water awareness

Oct. 2-3 activities aim to raise awareness of how water issues affect people locally and regionally.

Water spigot

Raising water awareness

More than 1 billion people worldwide have unreliable access to clean water. To raise awareness of this and other water issues, UC Irvine is hosting a two-day public event featuring free movies and a panel discussion with local water experts.

In Ansel Adams’ footsteps

Student and staff photographers walk in the footsteps of Ansel Adams, attempting to re-create the master’s photographs shot at UCI in the mid-1960s. Trees and time have changed the campus.

Grant funds expansion of racial identity research

UC Irvine sociologist Andrew Penner’s research has shown that, over time, changes in social standing – such as income level,…

Erik Olsson

Opening doors

Software architect Erik Olsson helps students and the community find their way with ZotPortal.

UCI alumni Kristin Alix and David Chang

New Web site connects UCI with community

New Web site fosters public interaction with campus.

Coach Paula Weishoff

Coaching champions on and off the court

Hall of Fame women’s volleyball coach Paula Weishoff brings her winning pedigree to UCI.

Master's program in public health launched

A new master’s program in public health will train future practitioners to help reduce the burden of disease and disability…

Peter Donovan and Ping Wang

UCImpact: Stem cell research

California and UC Irvine take advances in stem cell research in stem cell research on the road as high school classes and educators participate in Stem Cell Awareness Day.

Marcelo Wood

Cancer drug may prevent cocaine relapse behavior

A drug in development to treat cancer could help prevent relapse behavior in people trying to overcome an addiction to cocaine, according to a new study by UC Irvine neuroscientists.