Art exhibit evokes milieu of families residing in budget motels.
Month: April 2012
Participants will tackle issues such as bullying, body image, homelessness and gang violence at a leadership conference that helps develop young civic problem solvers.
He conducted research on science and mathematics learning, as well as on the nature and modifiability of intelligence.
Kevin Tillie, who came from the French Riviera to Orange County, has earned praise as one of the nation’s top players, helping lead the Anteaters to a No. 1 ranking for much of the current season and positioning them for their third national title in six years.
They entered the UC Irvine School of Medicine with dreams of making a difference someday, five eager students armed with distinctive skills, talents and experiences they hoped could be used to improve human health. They saw their dreams come into focus on Match Day, March 16, when they learned where they will start their careers as doctors.
Linda Dickey, a nurse and director of epidemiology & infection prevention at UC Irvine Medical Center, wears a small but significant yellow badge on her white coat. It’s proof that she’s current on her influenza vaccine. It’s also a symbol of the hospital’s commitment to fighting infectious diseases. In 2009, when fears were running high about […]
Dr. Johnny Delashaw, who has earned international acclaim for his expertise in skull base, pituitary and cerebrovascular surgery, has joined UC Irvine’s School of Medicine as chair of the Department of Neurological Surgery.
Issues management, alumni meet-ups, science writing and photography win top awards from CASE.
Longtime physics professor Doug Mills has died
Henry Cisnero, secretary of housing & urban development under President Clinton, was the keynote speaker at a University Club luncheon celebrating the anniversary.