A series of events will take place from Tuesday, Oct. 9, through Thursday, Oct. 11, as part of “Liberation Through Sight: Gaden Tsawa World Peace Tour.”
Month: October 2012
Three departments – developmental & cell biology, neurobiology & behavior and ecology & evolutionary biology – receive funding for 12 three-year graduate fellowships.
Jonathan Alexander and his staff at UC Irvine’s Center for Excellence in Writing & Communication explore new ways to teach and master the craft of writing far beyond the basics of high school composition.
Sophomore Sanaa Khan spent much of Welcome Week signing up new voters. Her enthusiasm is evident both in and out of class.
UCI civil & environmental engineer and his group will lead U.S.-Australian effort to find low-energy ways of turning wastewater into drinking water.
Renowned primatologist and environmental activist is sixth guest in Living Peace Series.
Efforts to treat disorders like Lou Gehrig’s disease, Paget’s disease, inclusion body myopathy and dementia will receive a considerable boost from a new research model created by UC Irvine scientists.
From Oct. 1 to 3, the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center joins an international awareness effort, hosting events for local students, the campus community and UCI supporters.