Month: July 2024

2 UC Irvine scholars receive Fulbright awards

With funding, Andrea Henderson and Alexander Huezo will travel abroad to conduct research

Bernadette Boden-Albala speaking with three UC Irvine students.

UC Irvine announces $50 million gift from Joe C. Wen and family

Funding will name, support new public health school and cardiovascular services

Bernadette Boden-Albala walking on a path with five females.

UC Irvine’s Public Health Program to transition to School of Population and Public Health

The first in O.C., it will advance innovative training and cutting-edge research

Dana Mukamel

UC Irvine-led study reveals relationship between nursing home staffing types and quality of care

Optimal health outcomes require insight into relationship between disciplines, residents’ needs

bus parked

Anteater Express adds five new buses to electric fleet

UC Irvine is the first university to go with all-electric buses

Alexandre Chan, UCI chair and professor of clinical pharmacy practice

UC Irvine’s electronic patient-reported outcome tool reduces cancer care disparities

Multilanguage application helps manage symptoms of diverse racial, ethnic patients

Tara Prentice, the all-time leading scorer in women’s water polo at UC Irvine, in a pool catching a water polo ball.

Swimming toward the gold

Alumna Tara Prentice is set to star for the women’s water polo team in the Paris Olympics

Photo-like satellite image of southern Greenland on the afternoon of September 4, 2022. Bare, dirty ice at the margin of the ice sheet appears gray. Snow-covered ice is bright white. Pale blue ribbons and circles are lakes, rivers and ponds of melt water.

UC Irvine Earth system scientists discover missing piece in climate models

Their update accounts for the effects of overlooked physical properties in ice

A crew makes final adjustment for the “Picturing Summer” art exhibition.

A summer state of mind

Langson IMCA’s new exhibition captures the joys of California during summertime

Mark A. Rothstein

Revising biomedical research reviews

International ethics experts urge consideration of societal and long-term impacts