Jamie Akiva Kahn

Medical student reflects UCI values

Medical student’s sensitivity and respect for patients reflects spirit of UC Irvine’s Living Our Values award.

UCI neurologist Dr. Steven Cramer

Bad driving may have genetic basis, UCI study finds

Bad drivers may in part have their genes to blame, suggests a new study by UC Irvine neuroscientists.

Shocktoberfest rocks

Halloween festivities and UCI basketball combine for a fun-filled night of music, Midnight Magic and an onstage marriage proposal.

Crystal Murphy Morgan

Fighting poverty one loan at a time

Crystal Murphy Morgan studies chronic economic hardship in Africa and how micro-finance loans might help.

Seniors play cards

Immigrants in the shadows

Research by sociology professor Judith Treas sheds light on foreign-born seniors in the U.S.

For Lease Sign

Don’t bank on small business

David Neumark’s study shows chain stores and corporate headquarters are more stable economic partners for cities.

"Gulliver" (2001) by Nam June Paik

Exhibition looks at TV with a new eye

The ubiquitous TV becomes sculpture in an exhibit of work by the late mixed-media artist Nam June Paik at Beall Center.

Yukio "Yo" Nishida with his family

Life in Middle Earth

UCI offers Yukio Nishida a home for his growing family and a purpose – to help residents of student housing.

Professor Elizabeth Cauffman

Studying teens’ emotional maturity gap

A new study of adolescent judgment and decision-making shows young people may not be able to fully control impulses, resist peer pressure until after 22.

Diane Pataki

Climate change: global problem, local response

UCI’s Diane Pataki discusses strategies for dealing with climate change in Southern California.