Thomas Parham, new interim vice chancellor for student affairs, has long history of social advocacy, community service and youth empowerment.
Twice a month, a group of UC Irvine students bike to Santa Ana to feed the homeless. Their goal: building relationships.
UCI seismologist Lisa Grant Ludwig finds far more frequent earthquakes along the San Andreas fault.
UCI professor Susan Turner studies crime and punishment to help state policymakers develop prison and parole programs based on effectiveness — not emotion or politics.
Susan Turner’s office at UC Irvine looks as cheerful as a kindergarten classroom, with a bright mural of butterflies painted by her mother and a vase filled with flowers crafted from beads. Her surroundings belie the often grim task at hand: researching crime and punishment. As director of UCI’s Center for Evidence-Based Corrections and a criminology, law […]
Student volunteers with UCI Global Brigades participate in public health, sanitation projects.
Corporate crooks pose greater threat to society than street hoodlums, says UCI’s Henry Pontell.
Study co-authored by UCI’s Elizabeth Loftus finds lawyers overly optimistic about case outcomes.
UCI’s Sharon Stern and colleagues are helping a Mexican coastal village preserve a coral reef by better managing its wastewater.