Month: November 2014

Jesse Jackson to speak at UC Irvine panel on constitutional implications of Ebola

EVENT: An expert panel will present “The Constitutional Implications of Ebola: Civil Liberties & Civil Rights in Times of Health Crises.” Featured speakers are the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., UC Irvine dean of law Erwin Chemerinsky, UCI Chancellor’s Professor of law Michele Goodwin, UCI associate professor of public health Andrew Noymer, and Dr. George Woods […]

Universe much brighter than thought, UCI, others find

UC Irvine cosmologist Asantha Cooray is co-author of new findings to be published Nov. 7 in the prestigious journal Science.

UCI Interdisciplinary Center on Family Violence to host Jacquelyn Campbell lecture

EVENT: In the inaugural lecture for the UC Irvine Interdisciplinary Center on Family Violence, Jacquelyn Campbell, a national leader in research and advocacy regarding intimate-partner violence, will present a broad-based approach to addressing domestic violence and preventing homicide. WHEN/WHERE: 5-7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 24, in UC Irvine School of Law, Building Edu 1111, Social Sciences […]

UC Irvine increasing on-site solar power production fourfold

UC Irvine is quadrupling the amount of green power it generates on-site with the addition of solar photovoltaic canopies on three campus parking structure roofs.

UCI historian publishes Chop Suey, USA: The Story of Chinese Food in America

Before fast food and home delivery, there was chop suey and red leather booths. American Chinese food was a precursor to ubiquitous chain restaurants, democratizing the once-exclusive dining-out experience for working-class whites, African Americans and Jews.

Leymah Gbowee

‘Victories out of victimhood’

Nobel laureate Leymah Gbowee discusses women and war in Living Peace Series appearance