Social Ecology

Zayda Sorrell-Medina (left) and Allison Dziuba

Fellowships help duo focus on finishing dissertations

American Association of University Women provides $20,000 each to UCI students Allison Dziuba and Zayda Sorrell-Medina

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

Michael Méndez

UCI’s Michael Méndez to lead press conference at UN climate change summit

Event will focus on California’s efforts to advance environmental justice

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California’s climate crisis examined on UCI special report website

Cross-disciplinary expertise shared through stories, videos, podcasts and more

Michael Méndez

UCI researcher gets NSF-backed grant to study wildfires’ effects on farmworkers

Joint project will investigate their disproportionate impact on vulnerable population

J. Zoe Klemfuss

NIH awards over $2.5 million for research to improve interviewing of young witnesses

UCI study to focus on questions about the sequence of events in child maltreatment cases

L.L.Bean funds UCI research on the science of awe

Program expands its ongoing efforts to inspire people to spend more time outside

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UCI Podcast: The technologies that could solve California’s droughts

Policies, and especially attitudes toward water, will have to shift as climate change makes drought more severe, says David Feldman

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

Candice Odgers (left), UCI professor of psychological science, and Gillian Hayes, UCI vice provost for graduate education and dean of the Graduate Division

Jacobs Foundation awards UCI $11 million to improve digital technologies for children

University-led international network of leading scholars will work to advance learning