Society & Community

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UCI part of OC group receiving state K-16 Education Collaborative Grant

The $18.1 million award goes to OC Pathways, a consortium made up of the Orange County educators

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UCI receives Excellence in Action Award for water conservation

National award recognizes partnership with the Irvine Ranch Water District

OC Affordable Housing Impact Study public release presented by UCI Livable Cities Lab and UCI School of Social Ecology

EVENT:  Livable Cities Lab researchers at the University of California, Irvine, have collected and analyzed years of data to help people separate fact from fiction and pave an informed path to housing solutions. The team will host a public release of its groundbreaking study that explores the real effect on home values and rates of […]

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Entrepreneurship program expands to Vietnam

Division of Undergraduate Education program aims to bridge classroom learning with future career opportunities

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UCI Podcast: Global indigeneity

Tiara Na’puti discusses her work with indigenous populations in the Pacific Islands

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UCI Podcast: Relief for Ukrainian academics

Iryna Zenyuk discusses ongoing campus effort to provide support

UCI assistant professor of medicine receives MERIT grant from National Cancer Institute

Nick Pannunzio, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at the UCI School of Medicine, has received a Method to Extend Research in Time Award from the National Cancer Institute. The seven-year grant will bring approximately $410,000 annually to fund his study into a particular acute lymphoblastic leukemia subtype called Philadelphia chromosome-like […]

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UCI engineer starts program to offer sanctuary here to scientists and academics from war-torn Ukraine

Pharmacist-involved collaborative model enhances diabetes care, study finds

Patients with type 2 diabetes taking five or more medications who were treated by an interdisciplinary care team improved their glycemic control, quality of life and self-care capabilities, according to a recent study published online in the journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. “Diabetes is a significant public health concern, and many people suffer from […]

Matthias Lehmann, UCI professor of history and Teller Family Chair in Jewish History

UCI Judaic scholar discusses upcoming Holocaust exhibition

Installation provides ‘opportunity for learning, for reflection, for conversations, about the lethal danger of antisemitism,’ he says