Michael Méndez, UCI assistant professor of urban planning & public policy

What’s next: The future of environmental justice

As with the coronavirus, low-income communities of color are most affected by unsustainable practices

N. Edward Coulson, UCI professor of economics and director of The Paul Merage School of Business’ Center for Real Estate

What’s next: The future of real estate

Pandemic has decreased demand for office and retail space but boosted certain industrial sectors

Monarch Beach Resort

UCI provides consultation services for Monarch Beach Resort coronavirus mitigation plan

University is in unique position to offer research-backed expertise to O.C. businesses

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UCI Podcast: The future of social justice

Doug Haynes discusses impact of Black Lives Matter, what’s next with the movement and UCI’s Black Thriving Initiative

he TinyArray imager

UCI develops low-cost, accurate COVID-19 antibody detection platform

Portable imager could massively increase testing across nation by end of 2020

A Midsummer Night’s Zoom

Beloved Shakespeare play transformed for a virtual world

Kim Kanatani, inaugural museum director of the UCI Institute and Museum of California Art. Behind her is Richard Diebenkorn’s 1952 oil-on-canvas painting “Albuquerque #9"

What’s next: The future of museums

As cultural and educational nexuses, they must explore creative ways of engaging with diverse audiences

Prof. Manabu Shiraiwa and postdoc Pascale Lakey are studying indoor air quality

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With more people staying home, UCI-led research on health effects of indoor air quality takes on new urgency

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UCI Podcast: Michelle Deutchman on the pandemic’s effect on campus free speech

The free speech movement was born on college campuses in the 1960s as students protested the Vietnam War and voiced their support for civil rights. But what will happen as the COVID-19 pandemic suppresses in-person campus gatherings, and as discourse increasingly moves online? The University of California’s National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement […]

UCI researchers launch first-of-its-kind coronavirus statistics portal

Site provides comparisons between Orange County, other jurisdictions