By the numbers: 1.1 billion reasons to feel good about 2016

It was a year of firsts … and a year of records

UCI opens doctoral programs to hundreds more students

Campus aims to boost Ph.D. candidates by 35 percent over next five years

UCI to host Annual Literary Conference for Teachers

More than 500 educators from Southern California are registered to attend the 17th Annual Literacy Conference for Teachers, hosted by the UCI Writing Project, on Dec. 13. This year’s theme is “Teaching Better by Design: Helping Students to Dive Deep as Readers and Writers.” The event features two keynote addresses and a variety of workshops. “We created […]

First-generation flag bearer

UCI alum Eloy Oakley is first Latino to lead state’s community colleges

Biannual faculty writing retreat launched

“Writing is hard – not only for students but also for faculty!” says Ilona Yim, associate professor of psychology & social behavior. She and Elizabeth van Es, associate professor of education, teamed up to create the U See I Write community of faculty members to provide support, promote effective writing habits and improve their writing practice. A […]

Enhanced e-book features unrelated to narrative may reduce learning for preschoolers

UCI researchers also find that shared reading of books, print or digital, boosts literacy

Meet the mentors

UCI professors who were also first-generation students form support system

Robotic surrogates help chronically ill kids maintain social, academic ties at school

UCI is first to conduct formal study of virtual inclusion for homebound students

UCI professor to receive honorary doctorate from Finland’s Jyvaskyla University

Jacquelynne Eccles will be recognized for pioneering work in developmental psychology

Eloy Ortiz Oakley

Alum to helm higher ed system

Eloy Ortiz Oakley will be first Latino chancellor of California’s community colleges