Month: August 2011

Researchers map fast-moving Antarctic glaciers

Using satellite data from three continents, UCI researchers have mapped thousands of miles of ice.

Bike theft

Campus bicycle thief arrested a third time by UCI police. Four other suspects also apprehended.

UCI Libraries to host talk by NPR correspondent David Folkenflik

In talk, editor of “Page One: Inside The New York Times & the Future of Journalism” asks “How Can We Trust the News?”

Leveling the legal field

UCI’s Pre-Law Outreach Program aims to encourage, recruit disadvantaged undergrads.

Bill Maurer

Embarking on a new adventure

Anthropology professor Bill Maurer takes the reins as associate dean in School of Social Sciences.

National pride

This summer, the head coaches of UCI’s volleyball and water polo teams have the honor of serving with U.S. national teams – the pinnacle achievement in their fields – in championship tournaments in Puerto Rico, Mexico and China.

Sewage-to-hydrogen fuel station opens

UCI’s fuel cell center technology powers new sewage-to-hydrogen fuel station.

UCI studies find different reasons for global methane riddle

One cites less dependency on oil, the other new farming practices.

UCI police arrest individuals believed responsible for campus burglaries

Long Beach residents are suspected in series of thefts at five universities.

Different journeys, same destination

On Aug. 5, 104 members of UCI’s School of Medicine class of 2015 received their first physician’s white coat, the first steps on the shared road to becoming doctors. The paths that brought these students to this juncture, however, differ significantly. Each brings a variety of life experiences, talents and backgrounds that will enrich the medical school experience.