Ruth Kluger, professor emerita of German at UC Irvine, will be awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Vienna this spring as that campus marks its 650th anniversary.
Month: January 2015
EVENT: The Los Angeles/Irvine Brain Bee is an annual local neuroscience competition for high school students. The event includes written and oral questions about brain facts, a tour of the UC Irvine campus, the opportunity to network with professors and students, and scientific demonstrations. WHEN/WHERE: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, in Room 1100 of […]
A UCI stem cell researcher will receive a $1.15 million CIRM grant to advance the study of brain immune cells and their role in Alzheimer’s disease.
Campus’s CARE office, new victim advocate are committed to supporting those subjected to sexual violence, harassment
The W.M. Keck Foundation has awarded $2 million to UC Irvine to develop a photonic “magnetic nanoprobe,” a microscope able to amplify, detect and possibly manipulate the extremely weak optical-frequency magnetic fields in matter.
Clean-energy champion also co-founded Tri Alpha Energy
Keith Curry, Ed.D. ’11 is steering Compton Community College District out of troubled waters
UC Irvine is home to the nation’s newest of 18 U.S. Census Research Data Centers. Established through a partnership between the School of Social Sciences and the U.S. Census Bureau, the campus site allows UCI researchers unprecedented local access to administrative and survey data.
The UCI Libraries’ Orange County & Southeast Asian Archive Center, which opened last week, seeks to become an incubator for digital scholarship, data analysis, digital humanities, video/oral histories, and other interdisciplinary projects based on the geographic area. It will house materials from the UCI Libraries’ current Southeast Asian Archive and regional history resources and provide […]