Month: April 2011

UC Irvine News Brief: Saltzman and Chen selected AGU fellows

Atmospheric chemist and theoretical physicist join elite group.

Peter the Anteater giving students a hug

Peter scores among nation’s most lovable mascots

Reader’s Digest May issue, “Best of America,” ranks UCI’s mascot number four behind a cow, a pickle and a blob.

UC Irvine News Brief: Delfino awarded $3.2 million

UCI epidemiologist and his team will research effects of air pollution in elderly people.

A child in front of a blackboard with math problems on it

Kids skilled early in math do better in school

UCI researcher also finds K-5 students with persistent numeracy issues much less likely to graduate from high school.

Alexandra Cousteau

UCI to honor activist Alexandra Cousteau

Granddaughter of famed undersea explorer will receive Human Security Award for work on global water issues.

Top federal drug researcher speaks at UCI

Dr. Nora Volkow will discuss novel treatments for addiction.

UCI's law review

Inaugural law review is hot off the press

Compendium of scholarly articles focuses on innovation in legal education.

Leader of the track pack

What makes him the fastest half-miler in UCI history? A brilliant desire to be the best.

Program fosters future science, math teachers

UCI program helps meet nation’s critical need for more – and better – math and science teachers.

UC Irvine News Brief: J. Hillis Miller wins Constantine Panunzio Award

Named after the late UCLA sociology professor, the honor goes to distinguished emeritus professors and carries a $5,000 prize.