Food for thought

Grad student who appeared on ‘Top Chef’ hopes to make science more palatable.

Thad Domina

Equal opportunity educator

Thad Domina, assistant professor of education, traces the road from high school to college and beyond.

Expanding teens’ world view

Launched 10 years ago, UCI’s Global Connect program has taught international studies to nearly 8,000 high school students.

Gail Taylor, 65, pursues history Ph.D. after healthcare career

Gail Taylor is pursuing a doctorate in history after a 30-year career in healthcare.

2011 Lauds & Laurels recipients

Awards presented by UCI Alumni Association at May 12 ceremony.

A child in prison

UCI professor studies juvenile crime

Elizabeth Cauffman’s research on adolescent development has influenced public policy on youth offenders.

Peter the Anteater giving students a hug

Peter scores among nation’s most lovable mascots

Reader’s Digest May issue, “Best of America,” ranks UCI’s mascot number four behind a cow, a pickle and a blob.

A child in front of a blackboard with math problems on it

Kids skilled early in math do better in school

UCI researcher also finds K-5 students with persistent numeracy issues much less likely to graduate from high school.

UCI's law review

Inaugural law review is hot off the press

Compendium of scholarly articles focuses on innovation in legal education.

Program fosters future science, math teachers

UCI program helps meet nation’s critical need for more – and better – math and science teachers.