Month: February 2012

Michael Gottfredson earns UCI Alumni Association’s Extraordinarius award

Administrator, 19 others to be honored May 17 at 42nd Lauds & Laurels ceremony.

UC Irvine News Brief: Evidence points to ancient ocean on Mars, says UCI's Mouginot

The Earth system scientist and colleagues analyzed more than two years of data collected via radar by a European Space Agency orbiter.

Providing insurance to the poor reduces healthcare costs

Study co-authored by UCI’s David Neumark indicates results of newly enacted reforms.

UC Irvine News Brief: Renowned public health physician to give talk Friday at UCI

As part of UCI’s Distinguished Speaker Series, Dr. Quentin Young of Chicago will address “Healthcare as a Human Right: A Physician’s Perspective over Five Decades.”

Kenneth Pomeranz

Past master

Kenneth Pomeranz, UCI expert on China, is new American Historical Association president.

A multimedia look at McCarthyism

Upcoming play ‘Galileo in America’ explores collision of art, science and politics.

Daniel Do-Khanh

Fortunate son

Daniel Do-Khanh ’93 has come a long way since he and his parents fled Vietnam during the fall of Saigon in April 1975, leaving behind their home and all of their belongings. Today he’s a successful attorney working out of a spacious Irvine office with a sweeping view of the Orange County coast, but Do-Khanh […]

UC Irvine News Brief: Famiglietti, Southon named American Geophysical Union fellows

“This designation is conferred upon not more than 0.1 percent of all AGU members in any given year,” says the organization’s website.

UC Irvine News Brief: UCI biologists turn up the heat on bacteria, discover mutation pattern

Findings by Brandon Gaut, Albert Bennett and Anthony Long appear in the current issue of the journal Science.