Month: November 2010

Researchers gauge post-disaster resilience

UCI-led team of social scientists assesses post-disaster community resilience.

UC Irvine News Brief: Pharmacology chair finds circadian rhythms-cancer link

Discovery by Donald Bren Professor Paolo Sassone-Corsi suggests that certain cancers, like leukemia, may be regulated by humans’ internal body clock and susceptible to new drug treatments.

Sweet rebellion

Rachel Klemek ’91 smuggles healthy ingredients — and attitude — into her Blackmarket Bakery goods.

Chef Ryan Jaramillo

Thanksgiving spirit alive at UCI

Thanksgiving at UCI wouldn’t be complete if anyone were to be left out. So campus staff rallied their resources and put together a fest for students who couldn’t get home for the holidays.

Hal Stern

New computer school dean is team player

New computer school dean Hal Stern is a statistician and sports lover.

School children in Kenya having their blood sampled for malaria parasites.

Giving global health a shot in the arm

From on-campus labs to rural clinics in Asia, Africa and Central America, UCI researchers and students strive to mitigate illnesses affecting millions.

Victor Becerra

Connecting campus to the community

Living Our Values staff award winner Victor Becerra connects the campus with the community.


UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake and the Vietnamese American Community Ambassadors will announce a joint commitment to raise funds to hire an archivist for the UCI Libraries’ nationally recognized Southeast Asian Archive. Speakers will include Drake and VACA President Daniel Do-Khanh.

Megan Braun is UCI's first Rhodes scholarship winner

She will pursue a master’s in international relations at University of Oxford.

Danielle de Seriere

Women’s soccer ends great season

Anteaters’ first appearance in the NCAA tournament ends in double-overtime game in the ‘Sweet 16.’