Month: April 2018

UCI defeats UCLA in Collegiate Go League final

The UCI Go Club defeated its rivals from UCLA to win the 2017-18 Collegiate Go League tournament final on April 28. UCI took two out of three games in the three-hour match, which was watched by more than 17,500 online spectators at Twitch.TV. On the first board, Shengjie Zhou, a UCI junior majoring in psychology, […]

Gillman, Napolitano assure Anaheim High students that a UC education is within reach

UC President Janet Napolitano and UCI Chancellor Howard Gillman led a rally of more than 700 Anaheim High School students in Cook Auditorium on Friday, April 27, to send the message that a UC education is accessible and affordable. The visit was part of Achieve UC, a multiyear effort to encourage students in communities with […]

A ‘her’ haven

UCI Women’s Hub offers support, resources, events, a sympathetic ear – and tea

Second annual UCI Giving Day more than doubles last year’s total

Anteater community raises over $4 million to support programs, projects

Scientists project a drier Amazon and wetter Indonesia in the future

UCI-led study examines role of plants, trees in global transfer of rainfall

American Association for Cancer Research-Aflac Inc. awards $100,000 to UCI cancer biologist Claudia Benavente

Claudia Benavente, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences and developmental & cell biology, was awarded a $100,000 grant through the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). The AACR-Aflac Incorporated Career Development Award for Pediatric Cancer Research is given every year to a project believed to have significant impact in the field of pediatric cancer research. Benavente’s […]

Bleaching of coral reefs reduced where daily temperature changes are large

By taking a closer look, UCI scientists find resilience in face of heat stress

UCI receives $2.4 million gift from estate of former faculty member Christian Werner

Donation will support graduate student research, scholarship in social sciences

Nancy Guerra, social ecology dean

School of Social Ecology receives $1 million from estate of founding faculty member

Gift endows Carol Kupers Whalen Fund, which supports students and faculty research

Computer scientist elected to Royal Danish Academy of Sciences & Letters

Michael Goodrich, UCI Chancellor’s Professor of computer science, has been elected as a foreign member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences & Letters. Goodrich is a leader in the field of algorithm design, where he is highly recognized for research in geometric computing, networking, geographic information systems, computer security and big data processing. His […]