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UCI’s Center for Educational Partnerships announces collaboration with OC World

The UCI Center for Educational Partnerships’ leader, Stephanie Reyes-Tuccio, and Manuel Gomez, co-founder of OC World, have agreed to initiate a special program that will provide professional-level internships to UCI students interested in pursuing careers in media and communications. OC World is a nonprofit multimedia company that produces Orange County public affairs news and feature […]

University statement on Israel-Gaza conflict

Recent news of conflict in Israel and Gaza is having a direct impact on many members of our campus community. The university is reaching out to individuals whom we aware are immediately affected by the situation. We are also actively working to assist our community through direct outreach to campus organizations.  If you find yourself […]

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Town hall recap

UCI leadership addresses strategic plan, financial stability and future of work during virtual town hall

UC Irvine to host Team Kids Innovative Thinkers Forum IV

EVENT: The UCI & Team Kids Innovative Thinkers Forum IV unites education, public safety and philanthropic leaders across the county to strengthen relationships, elevate effective practices, share resources, and drive innovation in how we equip and empower K-8 kids to make a difference. WHEN/WHERE: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, May 5, at the Cove at UCI (bldg. […]

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UCI study examines how community colleges can better serve students

Di Xu receives $3.6 million in federal grants to evaluate programs

OC hospitals preparing to handle young patients as pediatric beds are in demand

The Orange County Register, Nov. 22, 2022

What challenges are teachers facing as in-person learning gets back into full swing?

KPCC – AirTalk, Nov. 21, 2022 (Audio)

Biden gears up for fight against bipartisan push to end COVID-19 emergency

Washington Examiner, Nov. 17, 2022

‘Suburban housing prices increased due to WFH’

MSN (The Times of India), Nov. 17, 2022

Going back to ‘normal’ won’t work

The Daily Record, Nov. 15, 2022