Month: October 2012

Dancers and Singers at the 'Celebration of Stars'

‘A Celebration of Stars’ honors UCI Medalists

UC Irvine’s premier annual event highlights campus contributions.

Orthopedic surgery chair awarded prestigious traveling fellowship

Dr. Ranjan Gupta is the first UCI faculty member to be named an ABC Fellow by the American Orthopaedic Association.

UCI professor named Educator of Year by World Technology Network

David Theo Goldberg and Duke University’s Cathy Davidson were honored for co-founding the Humanities, Arts, Science & Technology Advanced Collaboratory.

Professor gets IGERT grant to create Ph.D. program in biophotonics

UCI’s Vasan Venugopalan will lead a new interdisciplinary graduate program in the development and application of optical technologies to advance biomedical science and healthcare.

UCI economist hired as Federal Reserve System historian

Gary Richardson will collaborate with experts to identify, preserve and make accessible the bank’s historical materials. He also will publish original works on the history of the institution and its role in the American economy since its 1913 inception.

Kerry Burnight

In pursuit of happiness

UC Irvine gerontologist Kerry Burnight has learned a lot about how to live well and make the most of each day, not just in later years but now.

Soraya Azzawi

Focusing on refugees

Dalai Lama Scholar Soraya Azzawi is dedicated to raising awareness of human rights struggles and the plight of refugees around the world.

Vy Dong '98

A good mix

Vy Dong ’98 is back as a chemistry professor specializing in molecular reactions.

Vietnamese American Oral History Project launches website

A reception is being held Wednesday, Oct. 24, in Westminster to formally announce the online resource and celebrate the efforts of volunteers, narrators, UCI students and community supporters.

Jack Williams takes oath of civility

UC Irvine Magazine debuts

Check out the new UC Irvine Magazine, a new quarterly publication highlighting the academics, research, life and character of our campus.