Month: October 2021

UCI’s Shahir Masri is co-first author of study showing how chemical intolerances develop

Shahir Masri, Sc.D., a research specialist in air pollution exposure assessment and epidemiology in UCI’s Program in Public Health, is co-first author of a study that demonstrates evidence of the mechanism for how and why people develop unexplained intolerances to chemicals, foods and drugs. Findings are published online in the journal Environmental Sciences Europe. Although […]

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UCI is certified as a Fair Pay Workplace

Campus is part of inaugural class of companies honored for fair pay practices

Carbon dioxide emissions rebound to nearly pre-pandemic levels, Oct. 28, 2021

Confused about whether to get a booster? Health experts share what they’re telling friends and family

Business Insider, Oct. 28, 2021

UCI honored for producing the most Gilman Scholarship recipients in the past 20 years

Program assists undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds who need financial support to study abroad

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UCI provides Netflix Pathways Bootcamps to boost alumni career readiness

No-cost online training programs offered in coding, data science and UX/UI design

Carbon dioxide emissions rebound to nearly pre-pandemic levels

Chinese emissions rose substantially while those in Europe and the U.S. remained lower

Schools throughout OC could soon start vaccinating children, families

Voice of OC, Oct. 27, 2021

This Halloween, is it safe to trick or treat in the Inland Empire?

The Press-Enterprise, Oct. 27, 2021

How people who feel ‘invincible’ to COVID-19 are hampering herd immunity efforts

Healthline, Oct. 27, 2021