Month: February 2011

Jenna Tatone performs Adowa, a royal dance of the Ashanti people, with Ghana Dance Ensemble dancers

UCI, Ghanaian students dance away their differences

Visits engender friendship between UCI arts students and their Ghanaian counterparts.

Valerie Sanchez

Climbing the University Extension ladder of success

Former students discuss the impact of UCI continuing education on their careers.

Neumark to testify before state Senate panel on Enterprise Zone program

Research by the UCI economics professor found the effort to stimulate employment largely ineffective.

Perspectives on Egypt

UC Irvine’s Center for Global Peace & Conflict Studies and the Department of Anthropology present panel addressing culture, politics and law in Egypt.

UC Irvine News Brief: UCI students to arm wrestle for global health

The Feb. 15 fundraiser will feature men’s and women’s teams and solo participants, with proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders.

LEDs contain lead and other toxics.

UC researchers tested holiday bulbs, traffic lights and car beams.

100 UCI faculty call on D.A. to drop charges against students who disrupted Israeli ambassador’s talk

Letter expresses “deep distress” at district attorney’s decision to prosecute

UC Irvine News Brief: Emerging UCI neuroscientists to discuss research at ReMIND symposium

Those dedicated to uncovering the causes of diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s will be the focus of the Feb. 10 event, the second of its kind.

UC Irvine News Brief: Chancellor to Discuss 'Diversity in Tough Budget Times'

Chancellor Michael Drake will discuss “Diversity in Tough Budget Times” for the Campus Conversations series.

Cornel West

Cornel West discusses student activism at UCI

Civil rights leader encourages compassion, integrity and love in fight against common enemy: injustice.