Sunny Jiang, UC Irvine professor of both civil and environmental engineering and ecology and evolutionary biology sitting in front of a fountain holding a clear water bottle.

Navigating ocean waters

Sunny Jiang strives to understand the balance between human activities and coastal ecosystems

Cassandra Coblentz, guest curator of Langson IMCA’s upcoming exhibition “Indefinitely Wild: Preserving California’s Natural Resources,” admires Detlef Sammann’s 1915 “Del Monte Forest.”

‘Indefinitely Wild’

Art exhibition contrasts pristine California landscapes with reality of development

NASA grant supports UCI-led project to remotely monitor changes in beaches, dunes

New techniques to measure coastal topography will improve understanding of flood risk

UCI again named best college for beach lovers

Affordability, academic excellence and alumni success are all important criteria when selecting which college to attend. For those who want all of that plus easy access to the beach, there’s really only one choice: UCI. For the second year in a row, Money magazine has ranked UCI the No. 1 college for beach lovers. To […]

Money magazine rates UCI the top campus for beach lovers

Surf’s up, UCI! Money magazine on Tuesday ranked the campus No. 1 in the nation for beach lovers. Paired with high-profile faculty and stellar students, the proximity and diversity of Orange County beaches helped bring it home. There’s surfing in Huntington Beach and serenity at Corona del Mar State Beach; there’s the pier scene in Newport Beach […]

No day at the beach

Global warming could cut into mental health benefits of beaches.