Daniel Stokols, professor emeritus of planning, policy & design, and Judith Olson, professor of informatics, are co-authors of a new report from the National Research Council that concludes scientific research is increasingly dominated by teams–a promising approach that is also rife with challenges. The report is likely to have major public policy and research funding implications […]
Middle school students develop mobile apps to address challenges posed by National Academy of Engineering
Syed Ali Jafar, a UC Irvine computer scientist who has changed the world’s understanding of the capacity of wireless networks, has won the 2015 Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists in physical sciences & engineering. One of three winners chosen from among 300 candidates from highly ranked American universities and research institutions, Jafar will receive a $250,000 unrestricted cash prize and a medal in September at New York’s Museum of Natural History.
The Institute of International Education has granted scholarships to six UC Irvine students who will study abroad this summer and fall.
This year’s commencement for UCI’s 50th graduating class will stretch over four days in the Bren Events Center, and 7,057 Anteaters will participate. Ten school-based events will be held, featuring addresses by renowned leaders in business, technology, athletics and law.
ICS dean will help lead national effort to improve criminal evidence analysis, cut wrongful convictions
Hal Stern, dean of the Donald Bren School of Information & Computer Sciences and professor of statistics, will help lead a new national Forensic Science Center of Excellence.
Alums Beth Malone and Tim Kashani have been nominated for Tony Awards.
He cites innovation, expansion and partnerships as key to further enhancing campus’s excellence, impact and global preeminence
Mexican Space Agency hopes partnership with UCI will help develop program’s ‘human capital’