Month: September 2017

Addressing the daily dilemmas of dementia care

Alzheimer’s conference co-hosted by UCI will tackle such sensitive subjects as intimacy, elder abuse, driving risks and end-of-life options

UCI receives second $1 million estate gift from former faculty member Christian Werner

Donation supports graduate student research, scholarship in social sciences

UCI heads $8 million NSF-funded project to develop brain-computer interface

Implantable technology to restore sensation and walking in spinal cord injury patients

Focus on free speech

Chancellor Gillman’s new book provides important guidance on the contentious campus topic

UCI student center

UCI is ranked 9th among nation’s public universities by U.S. News & World Report

Campus also receives high marks for low student debt, serving veterans

Demystifying STEM

Doctoral student helps Latina girls see themselves as potential scientists

UCI part of NSF-funded study of big data ethics

From mobile phone applications to website search engines, wearable technology to social platforms, consumer data has become highly obtainable and trackable. The result is an ethically questionable free-for-all in research and marketing, but consumers aren’t the only ones concerned about how their personal information is being collected and utilized. UCI is one of six institutions […]

UCI, JPL investigators find direct evidence of sea level ‘fingerprints’

Indicators of global climate change are detected in tropical oceans

Mentorship matters

A UCI professor changed Jeanett Castellanos’ life 25 years ago, and she’s been paying it forward ever since

… got the T-shirt

UCI’s Glenda Flores wants her first-generation students to know that she’s been there and done that