Month: March 2016

UCI to launch first-of-its-kind official e-sports initiative in the fall

Specially equipped gaming, competition site to be built at Student Center

Taking gaming to a new level

UCI’s eSports initiative will boast collegiate team, arena, scholarships

UCI scientists receive $8 million to help develop Q fever vaccine

Federally supported effort is aimed at mitigating bioterrorism threat

Jean Aldrich, founding first lady of UCI, dies at 96

Equally dedicated to campus, she was chancellor’s guiding support

Match Day: The day they became doctors

UCI’s graduating medical students look to the future on March 18 as they learn where their careers will start

Listen up Sacramento: Grad students add value

UCI’s Julius Edson joins fellow graduate students for advocacy day in Sacramento to describe how he’s building a better bug trap

UCI’s education, business and law programs gain ground in grad school rankings

U.S. News’ annual list also shows arts, engineering and medical research in top 50

UCI astrophysicist Asantha Cooray to head NASA group designing future space telescope

NASA has selected UCI astrophysicist Asantha Cooray as community chair of a study group to design and set requirements for a possible successor to the James Webb Space Telescope. The group, which includes scientists and engineers from about 30 leading international research institutions and space agencies, will work over the next three years toward a […]

Stopping malaria … one mosquito at a time

UCI vector biologist Anthony James and colleagues have developed a genetically modified insect model blocking transmission of the disease – and it may also work on Zika

UCI names 18 recipients of 46th annual Lauds & Laurels awards

Michael P. Clark gets Extraordinarius honor; celebration is May 12