Year: 2011

No day at the beach

Global warming could cut into mental health benefits of beaches.

Dorothy Williams with robotic device

Merging robotic rehab and stem cell research

Cutting-edge rehab programs at the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center utilize robotics and computer software that someday could be combined with stem cell-based therapies to accelerate recovery from strokes and spinal cord injuries.

Vietnam History

UCI undertakes regional Vietnamese American oral history project. Scholars will capture stories of first-generation immigrants and refugees

Elizabeth O’Malley

Staying true to her corps values

Volunteering around the world, E.B. O’Malley ’78 actively engages in global friendships and the pursuit of peace.

World's lightest metal developed

UCI engineer and others develop material that is 100 times lighter than Styrofoam™.

UC Irvine News Brief: Professor's book on Korean cinema has foreword by Martin Scorsese

Kyung Hyun Kim – who writes about the extraordinary success of Korean movies in the early 21st century – and the Academy Award-winning director worked together on the restoration of “The Housemaid,” a classic 1960 Korean film.

UC Irvine News Brief: UCI's Rignot awarded $2.2 million by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

The funding will permit the Earth system science professor to expand his aerial glacier mapping to the Patagonian Ice Fields of Chile and the frozen fjords of West Greenland.

UC Irvine News Brief: Nursing science to host open house at new Berk Hall home

Grand opening will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17.

Sheryl Tsai

A fruitful career

Sheryl Tsai serves both present and future as a groundbreaking scientist and as an award-winning professor.

Students at Hector Godinez Fundamental High School

Forward thinking

UCI partners with Santa Ana ¡Adelante! program to ensure university access for Latinos.