Year: 2019

Enrique Lavernia

UCI Provost Enrique Lavernia is chosen to receive prestigious materials science medal

Enrique Lavernia, UCI provost and executive vice chancellor, is the recipient of the 2020 Acta Materialia Gold Medal, an international award that recognizes leadership and outstanding contributions in materials science and engineering. Lavernia will accept the medal and present an overview of his work at the annual meeting of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society […]

Art history professor receives book award from Archaeological Institute of America

The Archaeological Institute of America has bestowed its 2020 James R. Wiseman Book Award on UCI professor of art history and visual studies Matthew P. Canepa, the Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Presidential Chair in Art History and Archaeology of Ancient Iran, for his book The Iranian Expanse: Transforming Royal Identity Through Architecture, Landscape, and the Built […]

Family medicine turns 50

Gala marks anniversary, evolution of UCI department, only the second established in the state

At first preseason regatta, UCI men’s rowing team captures gold, silver and bronze medals

UCI’s men’s rowing team began early preseason efforts with a successful outing in the San Diego Fall Classic rowing regatta. It took gold in the open-class “four-with,” silver in the open pair and bronze in the open eight. In addition, the men’s novice team placed sixth in the freshman/novice eight after only three weeks of […]

Nevin Graduate Endowment Fellowship recipient Leah Sanchez

From art to anthropology

By following her passions, Ph.D. student Leah Sanchez finds her academic niche

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Hoops hysteria

Anteater basketball coaches discuss new season, tournament title quest

Dani Molina joins UCI as director of the Veteran Services Center

The Army veteran will continue campus commitment for serving veterans

UCI Podcast: Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o

The acclaimed writer shares the tale of his prison captivity and writing the influential novel, Devil on the Cross

U.S. Navy vet Harwood Garland, a UCI veteran suicide researcher and an inaugural instructor in the campus’s new veterans studies program, salutes a color guard in front of Aldrich Hall during a past Veterans Day ceremony.

Studying those who serve

UCI will be fourth in nation to offer certificate program on veterans

Roxane Cohen Silver, UCI professor of psychological science, public health and medicine

UCI study is first to explore veterans’ grief, an overlooked toll of war

Responses to combat deaths, comrade suicides have mental health consequences