Month: July 2023

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Vice Provost Patty Morales honored as AWS Education Champion

Program celebrates innovative individuals whose work accelerates the digital transformation of education

Tom Lane, left, and Kim Green.

UCI biologists to study COVID-19 link to Alzheimer’s

Two-year Alzheimer’s Association grant to support the novel research

UC Irvine to host national online conference on emerging opportunities for AI in education

EVENT: UCI’s School of Education is hosting the first national conference on generative artificial intelligence in education and educational research. Co-sponsored by the Spencer Foundation, “Pens & Pixels: Generative AI in Education” is a one-day online event featuring leading scholars and practitioners who will share and discuss perspectives on the topic. WHEN/WHERE: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. […]

Michael Yassa and a woman looking at ta computer monitor.

Addressing disparities in Alzheimer’s disease research

UCI project focused on Black and Hispanic adults to serve as beacon of inclusivity

Members of UCI dance team Level V Origins perform at a winter-quarter showcase held in the courtyard outside Murray Krieger Hall.

Pop it, lock it, Zot! Zot! Zot! it

Student dance crews are an iconic part of campus culture at UCI

The pop-up New Swan Theater is modeled after Elizabethan stages where Shakespeare’s plays were first performed.

Shakespeare under the stars

New Swan returns to its open-air playhouse for its 11th season

Photo of Pheather Harris, CAMP-UCI Director—Center for Educational Partnerships

Director of UCI’s California Alliance for Minority Participation appointed to national board

Pheather R. Harris named president-elect of National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates

People at tables addressing envelopes.

Books through bars

Prison service program finds a second home at UCI