Month: September 2011

Ralph Cicerone

They had the whole world in their hands

On the occasion of the Earth system science department’s 20th anniversary, Chancellor Emeritus Ralph Cicerone says UCI was the first to study human impact on the environment in an interdisciplinary way.

World Trade Center smoking after planes hit both towers

Lessons from 9/11

Roxane Cohen Silver marks 10th anniversary of attacks with research, public talks.

Use of birth control pills alters memory

Women using hormonal contraceptives recall emotional events differently.

UCI plans bid to reclaim world dodgeball game record

Associated Students of UCI will have to recruit 5,000 participants to wrest record for largest game away from United States Air Force Academy.

Staff member holding up Peace Sign necklace

Staff is feelin’ groovy at picnic

UC Irvine staff got into the groove during its annual picnic. This year’s theme, Zot Stock – Summer of Love, revisited the Woodstock era.

Students cheering at Shocktoberfest

Freshman bucket list

Incoming freshmen, take note: As members of UC Irvine’s class of 2015, you’ll get your degree the year the campus turns 50. In anticipation of the half-century celebration, you’ve got a little homework — a bucket list of things to do before you graduate. To make sure you don’t spend your entire college career toiling away […]

Dr. Laura Mosqueda

Campaigning against elder abuse

It will serve as clearinghouse for information, research and best practices.

Sena Koleva

Matchmaking 101

Sena Koleva studies romantic relationships, mate selection and the science of love.

UCI receives $1.7 million federal grant to be national elder abuse center

UCI will be a clearinghouse for practical information supporting federal, state and local efforts to prevent, identify and effectively respond to elder abuse.