Paula Smith is named director of UCI intercollegiate athletics

Longtime administrator has unmatched history of supporting school’s student-athletes

First-generation students make up more than half of UCI’s class of 2019

Over 8,000 graduates will participate in commencement ceremonies this month

Willie L. Banks Jr. is named UCI vice chancellor for student affairs

Indiana State University administrator will assume new role on July 15

UCI is No. 1 in nation among public universities for ‘best value,’ according to Forbes

Ranking is based on costs, quality, graduation rates, student debt and postgrad earnings

Forbes ranks UCI among best large employers

Forbes has named UCI one of the best large employers in the U.S. The campus rated No. 40 overall and No. 4 among educational institutes. This comes on the heels of a January Forbes ranking, in which UCI rated the seventh best for employee diversity – the second-highest ranking for both a California employer and […]

Meeting their match

UCI medical students participate in a dramatic ceremony to learn where they’ll serve residencies

Catalysts for change

Local high school students participating in UCI’s new Diversity, Inclusion & Racial Healing Ambassador Program are countering stereotypes

Seeing the way forward

With the help of a scholarship and disability services, blind sophomore Gordon Wong is working toward a bright future

UCI selected for national effort to develop more diverse STEM faculty

University is one of 15 tapped for inaugural institutional change cohort

Black History Month

Deadly diseases, mathematical riddles and a grandma’s piano. Below, these and other elements play a role in the stories of four Anteaters of color. Meet UCI administrator Douglas M. Haynes, who grew up glued to British costume dramas as the youngest of nine children; UCI alumnus Jermaine Griggs, an online music entrepreneur and world traveler; […]