Month: May 2022

Sherry L.K. Main

Sherry Main is named vice chancellor of strategic communications & public affairs

Proven communications leader will guide effort to enhance UCI’s reputation

(L to R) Tyrus Miller, dean of UCI’s School of Humanities, and Mark Lazenby, dean of UCI’s Sue and Bill Gross School of Nursing, before engaging in a conversation that details how the practice of philosophy and other tools from the humanities can be used in the field of nursing.
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UCI Podcast: At the intersection of nursing and philosophy

Two UCI deans dissect the impact humanistic viewpoints can have on healthcare

Unvaccinated people will be barred from here, starting June 6

Best Life, May 25, 2022

COVID-19 cases hit levels of past summer surges in California

The Orange County Register, May 25, 2022

Notice of tuberculosis case investigation

Dear Campus Community, The Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) has informed UCI of a tuberculosis case on campus. The student case was diagnosed by their healthcare provider, who then notified OCHCA and was reported to UCI on May 13. The student resides off campus, is receiving treatment, and is being closely followed by the […]

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UCI Podcast: Global indigeneity

Tiara Na’puti discusses her work with indigenous populations in the Pacific Islands

Orange County COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations continue rising

Spectrum News 1 (City News Service), May 24, 2022

How effective are mental health apps and online therapy?

WBEZ Chicago, May 24, 2022 (Audio)

Long Beach to impose COVID-19 vaccine mandate for city employees in June

Long Beach Post, May 24, 2022

Editorial: Bad news pileup can lead to anxiety

The Philadelphia Tribune, May 24, 2022