David Kniffin ’03, men’s volleyball assistant coach, helps bring groundbreaking international tournament to UCI.
Month: September 2010
Blog entry salutes Anteaters involved in 1,745-player game on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
“Abraham & Isaac in Jerusalem,” a new Claire Trevor School of the Arts production about faith, aims to bring people together — in the theater and real world.
The professor of criminology, law & society tells bipartisan commission that the heads of large lending institutions and Wall Street firms enriched themselves at the expense of their companies, their investors and the public.
Thomas Parham, new interim vice chancellor for student affairs, has long history of social advocacy, community service and youth empowerment.
The new Medical Education Simulation Center in the School of Medicine is the only one of its kind in Orange County and among the most sophisticated medical simulation facilities in the country.
Highly regarded ranking is the first by the science group since 1995.
UCI alum and “Wicked” star defied gravity as Elphaba. Now she’s hoping to give other students a boost by raising money for scholarships.
The associate professor of neurobiology & behavior says the five-year appointment and funds attached to it will enable him to pursue previously unavailable avenues of research.
An expert in identifying and preventing abuse, she’s tapped for a special issue assessing efforts to combat mistreatment of the aged.