Month: April 2012

Armaan Rowther

A meal with a message

Armaan Rowther’s campus project also includes hunger banquet, interfaith dialogue, community service initiative.

Sue Bryant

Faculty hiring: A decade of diversity

Campus marks 10th anniversary of commitment to gender equity, inclusiveness.

Michael Gottfredson

A positive influence

UC Irvine Alumni recognize the executive vice chancellor/provost’s contributions to UCI with an Extraordinarius designation.

Ruiz and Frank elected AAAS fellows

The UCI faculty members are among 220 new fellows and 17 new foreign honorary members elected this year.

UC Irvine News Brief: Mathematician-engineer Edriss Titi wins prestigious fellowship

The professor has been honored by the Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics for his work on analytical and computational studies of nonlinear partial differential equations with applications to fluid mechanics and geophysics.

UCI the third-most selective campus in UC system for 2012, admissions data show

Declining state financial support mandates a smaller admitted freshman class, even with record-high applications numbers.

UC Irvine News Brief: English professor named Guggenheim Fellow

Andrea Henderson, whose scholarly interests center on 18th and 19th century literature, visual art and science, is one of six UC faculty members so honored this year.

UC Irvine News Brief: James Hicks garners honorary degree, lectureship

The associate vice chancellor for research wins recognition from Aarhus University in Denmark and the American Physiological Society.

Data reveals makeup of 2012 freshman class

State funding declines mandate smaller freshman class for 2012, despite record-high application numbers to the campus.

Time again to Celebrate UCI

Campus’s annual open house will offer fun, food with an eco-friendly focus