Social Ecology

Roxane Cohen Silver

NSF supports research studying how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects Americans

Roxane Cohen Silver leads UCI team awarded a RAPID grant to begin survey

Michael Méndez

UCI’s Michael Méndez is named a 2022 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

Assistant professor of urban planning and public policy is one of 28 recipients across US

Jane Page

Play explores UCI’s PrisonPandemic project

‘COVID in Custody’ recounts campus efforts to expose unsafe conditions

Jon Gould

New dean is excited to tell the School of Social Ecology story

Increased outreach will drive interest and boost external support, Jon Gould believes

Pramod Khargonekar, vice chancellor for research, left, with Dr. Michael Stamos, dean of the School of Medicine, center, and Frank LaFerla, dean of the School of Biological Sciences.

Audrey Steele Burnand estate gifts $57.75 million to UCI

Majority will establish world-class, campuswide depression research center

Susan Turner (top left), UCI professor of criminology, law & society and director of the university’s consistently top-ranked online M.A.S. program in the subject, meets virtually with some of the 95 students currently enrolled.

UCI online criminology master’s program is again ranked No. 1 by U.S. News

It’s been judged the best in the nation for three consecutive years

Stephen Schueller

UCI leads development of drop-in mental wellness centers for O.C. youth

Multiple county partners collaborate to implement innovative allcove care model

Aerial photo of the city of Irvine

Approaching its golden anniversary, Irvine sets a gold standard for safety

UCI criminologists examine how the city defies expectations by keeping crime levels low

Michael Méndez, UCI assistant professor of urban planning & public policy, in front of #UCOP26 signage at the 2021 U.N. Climate Change Conference

Michael Méndez’s COP26 adventure

The UCI professor reflects on his first trip to the UN Climate Change Conference

Photos of Damien Sojoyner and Yousuf Al-Bulushi, co-directors of "Black Reconstruction as a Portal."

Mellon Foundation supports yearlong interdisciplinary series on Black Reconstruction

UCI faculty will examine post-Civil War history’s contemporary relevance