Photo of two UCI graduate students who received AAUW fellowships.

Two UCI graduate students earn prestigious AAUW fellowships

Support allows students to commit their full focus to the pursuit of their Ph.D.s

UICI student Sahana Vij standing in front of a tree and holding the cookbook Bake away that she wrote.

Recipe for change

Anteater Sahana Vij fights child hunger with proceeds from her new cookbook

Black Studies Cluster students, from the right: Tariq Edwards, Konny Wade and Cienna Benn.

Advancing the vibrant field of Black studies

The Black Studies Cluster makes space and opportunities for UCI humanities graduate students

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Héctor Tobar on the diverse faces of Latino America

The acclaimed scholar and writer embarked on a 9,000-mile roadtrip to explore Latinx identities across the U.S.

Serving UCI’s Latino community

Recognizing the campus commitment to diversity during Hispanic Heritage Month

Council of Graduate Schools funding supports career development for humanities scholars

UCI joins The Humanities Coalition to foster diverse career opportunities

At the 9/11 Memorial at New York City’s rebuilt World Trade Center, a rose adorns the edge of a reflecting pool. The effects of that day’s terrorist attacks are still being felt 20 years later.

How 9/11 changed America

UCI scholars offer insights into how the terrorist attacks continue to impact health, travel, politics and the media

Lucid journal page in Mandarin

First-gen undergrad journal publishes second issue

Latest edition of Lucid showcases writing on the pandemic-driven theme of ‘Transitions & Transformations’

UCI 크리티컬 한국학 센터, 두 개의 국제적 지원금에 선정

100만 달러 이상의 지원금으로 프로그램 지원 및 새로운 교수직 창출할 예정

Joseph Jeon, director of UCI’s Center for Critical Korean Studies.

UCI Center for Critical Korean Studies receives two international grants

Over $1 million in funding will support programs, create new faculty position