Month: October 2018

Food for thought

UCI’s Virtuous Table series of themed meals provides physical, intellectual and spiritual sustenance

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to fund yearlong series exploring human suffering

The newly formed UCI Center for Medical Humanities – a formal partnership among the Claire Trevor School of the Arts, the School of Humanities and the School of Medicine – has received a $225,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to create a yearlong series called “Suffer Well” that will offer lectures, symposia and […]

UCI to mark Stem Cell Awareness Day with Oct. 30 lab tour, lecture

Talk will address intersection of politics and science, need to renew research funding

UCI to host celebration of new Center for Medical Humanities – with a Halloween twist

EVENT: UCI will mark the launch of the newly formed Center for Medical Humanities, a formal partnership among the Claire Trevor School of the Arts, the School of Humanities and the School of Medicine to fortify a model of healthcare organized around the individual, reflective of cultural identities and responsive to the needs of the community. […]

Here’s to health!

Campus network focuses on healthy culture for all Anteaters

Green gastronomy

UCI students create sustainability cookbook of delicious, no-guilt recipes for peers

Global warming will have us crying in what’s left of our beer

UCI, other scientists project sharp declines in barley yields due to climate change

AI in the ER

UCI center designs artificial intelligence systems to speed critical diagnoses

Grant will support efforts to integrate climate change impacts into health sciences courses

With a $30,000 grant from the University of California Global Climate Leadership Council, Oladele Ogunseitan, chair and professor in UCI’s Program in Public Health, will host a workshop in the winter quarter of 2019 to train as many as 20 faculty members in the Susan and Henry Samueli College of Health Sciences to integrate the health […]

Alex Nicolau elected into Academia Europaea

Alex Nicolau, chair and Distinguished Professor of computer science, has been admitted to the Academia Europaea. Founded in 1988, the academy comprises esteemed scientists and scholars who collectively aim to promote learning, education and research. Nominated by their peers for sustained academic excellence in their fields, members – who have included 73 Nobel laureates and six Turing Award winners – […]