Month: April 2022

Tiffany Lopez

Tiffany Lopez is named dean of UCI’s Claire Trevor School of the Arts

Visionary arts and diversity leader comes from Arizona State University

Selma Masri

UCI Assistant Professor Selma Masri wins J&J WiSTEM2D Scholars Award for Science

Selma Masri, assistant professor of biological chemistry in the UCI School of Medicine, has won the prestigious 2022 Johnson & Johnson WiSTEM2D Scholars Award for Science. The awards program honors one scholar in each STEM2D discipline: science, technology, engineering, math, manufacturing and design. The six diverse, international female recipients were selected out of a competitive […]

Masks are optional across the U.S. Here are 3 reasons you might want to wear one

The Sacramento Bee, April 20, 2022

To mask or not to mask: How to decide where to wear a facial covering

Healthline, April 18, 2022

Baby bust: Pandemic accelerates fall in China’s birth rate

Financial Times, April 18, 2022

Earth Week events at UCI

Campus leads the way in environmental stewardship of the planet

Anteatery chef Harold Duenas puts the finishing touches on a pasta dish.

Turning Anteaters into plant eaters

Campus dining halls are offering more meals that minimize meat and feature fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes as main ingredients

Ian Smith

UCI has skin in the lab-grown meat game

Neurobiologist Ian Smith will lead campus effort to create new cell lines for research

States whose unemployment rates are bouncing back most

WalletHub, April 15, 2022

Mental health week: how the pandemic has challenged and changed relationships between parents and kids, and tips for how to navigate it

KPCC, April 15, 2022 (Audio)