Professor of the Year Emily Rosenberg has a hands-on approach to teaching 20th century U.S. history.
UC Irvine physics & astronomy professor Roger McWilliams often appears to have stepped out of a time machine — from the past. He rides to work on a reproduction vintage bicycle with a wide leather seat and big chrome handlebars. When he does drive a car, it’s a 60-year-old Jaguar that he fixes himself with […]
UCI faculty and staff share their summer book selections.
From drama to design, English professor Julia Reinhard Lupton thrives on innovation and collaboration.
For the talented few admitted, UCI’s graduate writing program in poetry offers a mix of creativity, criticism and, often, acclaim.
As Haiti begins rebuilding after a devastating earthquake, three UCI professors discuss how it could emerge a stronger country.
Jeff Wasserstrom, history professor, discusses the myths, realities of China’s growing global influence.
It took scarcely 35 seconds Jan. 12 for a magnitude 7.0 earthquake to cripple Haiti, flattening its capital and killing more than 200,000 people, but it will take many years for the island nation to recover. While devastating quakes have since struck in Chile, Japan and elsewhere, Haiti’s situation is unique. Desperately poor before the […]
Francisco Ayala, UC Irvine professor of ecology & evolutionary biology, who has vigorously opposed the entanglement of science and religion while also calling for mutual respect between the two, has won the 2010 Templeton Prize.