The oldest-surviving Greek texts are never more than a few mouse clicks away thanks to the world’s first digital humanities archive, built and maintained at UC Irvine.
Society & Community
Olive Tree Initiative student group hailed as a model of community leadership by Orange County Human Relations Commission.
While Dr. Sheldon Greenfield’s not quite a household name, he is making a significant impact. He’s helping run a thriving campus research center, and he’s engaged in high-level decision making in California and Washington, D.C., with international implications for biomedical research and healthcare.
Richard Matthew works in Africa to curb violence, abuses linked to diamond trade.
Dr. Laura Mosqueda takes her geriatric expertise on the road with the help of a $2 million grant. The goal: to help other medical specialists relate better to older patients.
Making campus safe for free speech, fulfilling work and the occasional party is all in a day’s work for UCI Police Department honorees.
Anteaters meet Oscar when student-produced films are honored at 24-Hour Mad Film Dash Festival.
UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake and Erwin Chemerinsky, founding dean of UCI Law School, team up to teach freshmen about civil rights.
An innovative UC Irvine School of Medicine program designed to lessen Latino healthcare disparities in California will produce its first graduates this year. PRIME-LC students will move into jobs as resident physicians and – it is hoped – herald a revolution in healthcare for a third of the state’s residents.