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Better parenting is in the cards

UCI startup incubator helps doctoral student market innovative game promoting life skills

Paddling toward a more accessible future

Mark Baldwin’s hands-on research is helping visually impaired rowers enjoy their sport in new and exciting ways

Shaking up the shark’s image

UCI Ph.D. candidate makes headlines with discovery of ‘vegetarian’ species of the feared carnivores

Physician-to-be benefits from philanthropy

Donor-endowed scholarship helps first-gen college student achieve her dream of becoming a doctor

UCI awarded a $2.6 million grant to expand and enhance teacher preparation programs

The UCI School of Education has been awarded a five-year, $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to expand and enhance its teacher preparation programs. “The goal of our Master of Arts in Teaching and undergraduate CalTeach credentials is to help meet the state’s need for effective educators,” says Richard Arum, dean of […]

NSF increases physics, astronomy scholarship funding for underserved Californians

UCI expects to double number of graduate students in Cal-Bridge program

Her Dream? To Call the U.S. Home

Viridiana Chabolla was only a few days into her first year at the UCI School of Law when that helpless feeling she had first experienced as a child welled up once again. Walking to class on the morning of Sept. 5, 2017, she watched a livestreamed video on her cellphone of U.S. Attorney General Jeff […]

Latinx leaders

To mark Hispanic Heritage Month, we highlight some exceptional Anteaters

UCI chemistry professor, wife fund $100,000 endowment for Armenian studies research

Ara Apkarian, UCI Distinguished Professor of chemistry, and his wife, Alice, a retired Saddleback College chemistry professor, recently funded a $100,000 endowment, the Naneh Award for Graduate Research in Armenian Studies. Named in honor of their daughter, a postdoctoral researcher at Western Michigan University, this is the second significant gift the couple has bestowed on […]

Student wins award for paper on ad blocking

UCI’s Anastasia Shuba won the Andreas Pfitzmann Best Student Paper Award at the 2018 Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium, held in Barcelona, Spain, in July. Her manuscript, “NoMoAds: Effective & Efficient Cross-App Mobile Ad-Blocking,” was selected based on “scientific quality and expected impact on the field.” The paper describes a technology to prevent pop-up advertisements from […]