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Zayanna Serrano LatinX Thriving Scholar

Putting dreams within reach

UCI-OC Alliance scholarship makes college possible for high-achieving Latinos

A symbol of shared success

For future pharmacist Sakhi Patel, her white coat ‘signifies how the struggles of my family have come to fruition’

Greg J. Duncan, UCI Distinguished Professor of education points to a graph on a white board.

National Academies report identifies ways to reduce intergenerational poverty in US

UC Irvine Distinguished Professor chairs committee recommending programs, policies

UCI-OC Alliance founding member Fernando Niebla meets with UCI student Christian Rabadan during an “Elevate Your Pitch” workshop.

Partnering to advance Latino students

The UCI-OC Alliance serves to connect local leaders and businesses with campus programs

Jon Gould, dean of the UCI school of social ecology presents 2023 UCI-OC Poll findings/

UCI-OC Poll finds homelessness, affordable housing top resident concerns

School of Social Ecology, United Way partner to find solutions

Joshua Grill, co-director of UCI MIND and associate professor of psychiatry & human behavior.

UC Irvine is part of $16 million effort to increase dementia research representation

More Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders sought for studies on aging

Richard Van Etten looking into a microscope

UC Irvine receives record $653 million in research funding for fiscal 2022-23

12.7 percent more than last year, amount reflects strong support for campus mission

Members of UCI dance team Level V Origins perform at a winter-quarter showcase held in the courtyard outside Murray Krieger Hall.

Pop it, lock it, Zot! Zot! Zot! it

Student dance crews are an iconic part of campus culture at UCI

People at tables addressing envelopes.

Books through bars

Prison service program finds a second home at UCI

Alana LeBrón (left) and Jun Wu (right).

UC Irvine receives grant to study lead exposure effects on children’s learning, behavior

Santa Ana-based project continues past successful community-academic partnership