His name is pronounced “Googy,” and in his native African tongue, it means “work.” It’s…
Students earn Living Our Values Award for launching UCI Global Brigades, which aims to improve the lives of Hondurans through hands-on projects.
In the past year, UC Irvine students, staff and faculty have stepped up in the face of continuing budget challenges and fee increases with innovation, drive and talent. The result? Research breakthroughs, national honors, global outreach, sports firsts – even a Guinness world record. Here are some top 2010 stories.
UCI Libraries’ one-of-a-kind collection documents the experience of post-Vietnam War immigrants.
Students experience Tibetan culture, meet Dalai Lama in 18-day trek through India.
Rachel Klemek ’91 smuggles healthy ingredients — and attitude — into her Blackmarket Bakery goods.
UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake welcomes students, faculty and staff to the fall 2010 quarter with a message on leadership excellence.
Physical sciences dean since 2006, the renowned chemist is a ‘committed campus collaborator.’
After 20 years as an L.A.Times crime reporter, author and literary journalism professor, Miles Corwin crosses over into fiction in “Kind of Blue.”
UC Irvine physics professor and award-winning science fiction author Gregory Benford will write the introductory essays for “The Wonderful Future That Never Was,” a collection of predictions made in the pages of “Popular Mechanics” that reflects societies hopes and fears.