Media Advisories

Hydrogen Road Tour

UC Irvine’s Hydrogen Fueling Station is the first fueling stop on Hydrogen Road Tour 2009, a nine-day road rally from Chula Vista, Calif., to Vancouver, British Columbia.

UCI, Chapman and CSUF join forces to develop global warming solutions

Daylong workshop brings together experts from three Orange County campuses to outline possible solutions to climate change

Braille Institute clients to experience sculpture in UCI mesquite garden

Nancy Doran takes blind art lovers on a hands-on tour of her sculpture, dedicated to UCI and displayed in the Mesquite Garden Plaza

Science of superheroes topic of breakfast lecture

Michael Dennin, physics & astronomy professor, will discuss “Foams & Superheroes: Physics of the Ordinary and Extraordinary” as part of the Discover the Physical Sciences 2008-09 Breakfast Lecture Series, sponsored by UC Irvine’s School of Physical Sciences 7:30-9 a.m. Tuesday, May 19.

Nevada official to talk climate change at UCI Women in Water seminar

Water expert Pat Mulroy will speak May 13 on “Climate Change and the American West: Can We Adapt?”

Son of former Shah of Iran to speak at UCI

Reza Pahlavi will talk May 6 on “Iran-U.S. Relations at a New Crossroad,” a lecture sponsored by the Center for the Study of Democracy and the Department of Political Science.

Immune system vaccines topic of Allergan lecture

On May 6, Dr. Ralph Steinman of The Rockefeller University will discuss “Manipulating Your Immune System for Better Vaccines Against Pathogens, Cancer, Allergy and Autoimmune Disorders” as part of The Allergan Foundation Lecture Series in Modern Biology.

Calit2 to celebrate 10th anniversary by looking forward

A joint UC Irvine/UC San Diego symposium followed by a research open house

Former surgeon general to speak about public health and politics

The Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series continues this spring with former Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona, who will talk on “Prevention, Preparedness, Plagues and Politics: The Life of the Surgeon General.”