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UC Irvine’s 2024 Hellman Fellows are (clockwise from upper left): Abigail Lapin Dardashti, Javier Sanchez-Yamagishi, Fangyaun Ding, Pablo Lara-Gonzalez, Katherine Trieste Rhodes, Alejandra Rodriguez Verdugo, Irene Vega, Xian Shi, Ji Seon Song and Travis Wiles.

10 UC Irvine faculty members named Hellman Fellows for 2024-25

Program supports research by promising assistant professors

Wang Feng and Gene Tsudik are named 2024 Guggenheim Fellows

UC Irvine scholars are among 188 recipients of prestigious award this year

Monica Daley

UC Irvine receives $15 million NSF grant for integrative movement research

Monica Daley to lead multidisciplinary effort to explore muscle dynamics

Craig Walsh, UCI professor of molecular biology and biochemistry

UC Irvine advances stem cell research with $4 million CIRM grant for shared resources lab

Funding will enable upgraded equipment, new services and user training in 4 critical areas

Gregg Macey (left), director of the Center for Land, Environment and Natural Resources at UCI Law, and Alejandro Camacho, a Chancellor’s Professor of law and faculty director of CLEANR.

Bridging state, local climate action

UCI Law launches groundbreaking program to integrate city land-use plans with California objectives

Elizabeth Hafen ’22 is currently in Madrid, researching Spain’s immigration policies, as part of the Fulbright Program.

Making a global difference

Anteaters have been involved with the Fulbright Program for three decades

People standing and smiling

UCI welcomes international Fulbright Scholars

The five scholars are from Ukraine, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and India

Franklin Dollar, assistant professor of physics and astronomy.

UC Irvine professor to help design the most powerful laser in the world

The NSF-funded effort would help the U.S. to reclaim lead in laser technology

Payam Heydari, UCI Chancellor’s Professor of electrical engineering and computer science

UC Irvine is member of Defense Department-funded microelectronics research hub

USC-led business and academic group aims to accelerate domestic manufacturing

Clockwise from left: Assistant professor of education Symone Gyles, Professor of Civil & Environmental Enginnering Brett Sanders, Sara Ludovise with the OCDE, Associate professor of education Hosun Kang, and professor of education Rossella Santagata. The National Science Foundation has awarded an interdisciplinary team from the University of California, Irvine a three-year, $1.6 million grant focused on creating an accessible and equity-centered model for high school environmental engineering education intended to inspire and properly prepare students for careers in this field.

NSF funds UC Irvine project to improve climate science learning in high schools

Biological sciences, education and engineering schools team up to create curriculum