Month: June 2018

Crew team to race in Henley Royal Regatta

The UCI men’s crew team will be racing in the U.K.’s Henley Royal Regatta for the first time in 39 years. The most famous regatta in the world, the invitation-only, five-day race is held on the River Thames by the town of Henley-on-Thames, England. “The Henley is very challenging to get into, and this group […]

UCI proposes new name for School of Biological Sciences, science library after internal investigation substantiates sexual harassment claims against signature donor

IRVINE, Calif., June 28, 2018 – The University of California, Irvine is taking steps to remove the Ayala name from its biology school and central science library after an internal investigation substantiated a number of sexual harassment claims against Francisco J. Ayala, the signature donor of both institutions. The investigation by the university’s Office of […]

Heavy-duty emissions must be eliminated to halt climate change, UCI-led review shows

Clean, low-cost energy for air travel, cement and steel, trucks and barges is critical

UCI political science professor is awarded $718,350 grant to study global value chains

Political science professor Etel Solingen, the Thomas T. & Elizabeth C. Tierney Chair in Global Peace & Conflict Studies, has received a $718,350 grant for her project entitled “The Role of Design & Production Networks in East Asia Peace & Security.” As part of a $3.7 million research/training award from the UC Laboratory Fees Research […]

UCI vice provost speaks at Haiti Tech Summit

Michael Dennin, UCI vice provost for teaching and learning as well as dean of undergraduate education, was a featured speaker at the 2018 Haiti Tech Summit. He shared best practices for advancing education with local and international industry and government leaders, entrepreneurs and investors interested in helping to revitalize Haiti’s technology infrastructure and encourage entrepreneurship. […]

A materials world

Director of new UCI research institute discusses its origins, assets and purpose

Chemist Shane Ardo tapped for Department of Energy Early Career Research Program award

Shane Ardo, UCI assistant professor of chemistry, is among 84 scientists from across the nation to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program. The effort, now in its ninth year, is designed to bolster the country’s scientific workforce by providing support to exceptional researchers during the crucial early career years, […]


Collection of candid images captures commencement 2018

Joint venture: UCI, others create breakthrough treatment for crippling jaw disease

Engineered implant could help 1 in 4 young women with TMJ problems

Hawaiian native Noah Patterson Hanohano Dolim is a graduate student in History.

No place like home

Hawaii native ventures to mainland in hopes of making island history mainstream