Month: May 2011

UC Irvine News Brief: Health-based research to be celebrated at School of Medicine festival

UC Irvine’s cutting-edge research will be display Tuesday, May 24 at the first School of Medicine Clinical, Basic & Translational Science Festival.

UC Irvine News Brief: Memorial service May 26 for molecular genetics pioneer Walter Fitch

Longtime UCI professor, 81, died March 10 in Irvine.

Caitlin Cisek

Drama alumna returns to campus for ‘Spelling Bee’

Undergraduate drama students present the Tony Award-winning musical comedy “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” at Claire Trevor Theater.

Girls' Math Day at UCI

UC Irvine’s math department hosts fun-filled day to mentor girls interested in the subject.

Chris Gau trying his luck at the dunk tank

ICS Day offers students some R & R

ICS students celebrate midterm break in inimitable fashion.

Cal Biz

Study finds weather, geography, industry mix trump traditional business index measures.

UC Irvine News Brief: ICTS to host mentoring colloquium and workshop

Inaugural event takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, May 20, at the University Club.

UC Irvine News Brief: Maguire to deliver keynote address at international stuttering conference

The founder and director of UCI’s Kirkup Center for the Medical Treatment of Stuttering, will speak at May 21 event in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Tracy Cueto explains to students

Nursing science program readies for future of healthcare

UCI’s growing program supports a future in which they’re full partners in healthcare reform.

Gail Taylor, 65, pursues history Ph.D. after healthcare career

Gail Taylor is pursuing a doctorate in history after a 30-year career in healthcare.