Enrique Lavernia

Provost Enrique Lavernia is elected a foreign member of Chinese Academy of Engineering

UCI Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Enrique Lavernia has been elected a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Lavernia was recognized for his distinguished contributions to materials science and engineering and for his promotion of Chinese-American exchanges and cooperation in the field. He will be inducted in June 2020, during the academy’s annual […]

Eric Rignot, the Donald Bren Professor of Earth system science

Nine UCI researchers named AAAS fellows

Honor is conferred for distinguished contributions to their fields

Enrique Lavernia

UCI Provost Enrique Lavernia is chosen to receive prestigious materials science medal

Enrique Lavernia, UCI provost and executive vice chancellor, is the recipient of the 2020 Acta Materialia Gold Medal, an international award that recognizes leadership and outstanding contributions in materials science and engineering. Lavernia will accept the medal and present an overview of his work at the annual meeting of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society […]

New faculty faces

Nearly 100 educators are welcomed to campus for 2019-20 academic year

Carol Booth Olson, UCI professor of education

UCI receives record $441 million in research funding for fiscal 2018-19

22 percent more than last year, the total reflects strong support for campus mission

Gillian Hayes named UCI vice provost for graduate education, dean of Graduate Division

Informatics professor has interdisciplinary background, is committed to inclusive excellence

UCI selected for national effort to develop more diverse STEM faculty

University is one of 15 tapped for inaugural institutional change cohort

New faculty faces

Hiring of 78 educators goes a long way toward strategic plan goal of adding 250 by 2021

Latinx leaders

To mark Hispanic Heritage Month, we highlight some exceptional Anteaters

Provost with a purpose

Enrique Lavernia helps set campus on new strategic course, guided by lifelong belief in power of higher education