Education

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

Nick Swink, B.A.s in education sciences, political science, and social policy and public service

#IamUCI – Nick Swink

Q&A with Class of 2023 graduate Nick Swink, B.A.s in education sciences, political science, and social policy and public service

Jessica Cai

#IamUCI – Jessica Cai

Q&A with Class of 2023 graduate Jessica Cai, B.A.s in education sciences and English

UC Irvine’s graduate programs shine in U.S. News & World Report rankings

Nine fields of advanced study place in nation’s top 20 among public universities

UCI Waypoints Symposium launches national dialogue on data driven student success

Leaders from over 30 higher education institutions gathered to engage on challenges and best practices

Frances Contreras

Emphasizing Equity in Education

A conversation with Frances Contreras, who was appointed as the UCI School of Education’s third dean in January 2022 and is the first Chicana/Latina dean to head a school of education in the University of California

Photo of the UCI School of Education building

$1.1M grant from Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative formalizes partnership between UC Irvine and Anaheim Union High School District

Project aims to help instill a sense of purpose in students as they prepare for their futures

Photo of Frances Contreras, dean of UCI's School of Education
UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: What’s next in education?

Dean Frances Contreras discusses the future of teaching and learning at all levels

Daniel Ascenico, a UCI alumni and program graduate, pictured here with current SAGE Scholars students Caroline Yan (center) and Alicia Felix.

One of a kind

SAGE Scholars teaches career and life skills to high-achieving, diverse UCI students

Di Xu

UCI study examines how community colleges can better serve students

Di Xu receives $3.6 million in federal grants to evaluate programs