UCI political science professor is awarded $718,350 grant to study global value chains

Political science professor Etel Solingen, the Thomas T. & Elizabeth C. Tierney Chair in Global Peace & Conflict Studies, has received a $718,350 grant for her project entitled “The Role of Design & Production Networks in East Asia Peace & Security.” As part of a $3.7 million research/training award from the UC Laboratory Fees Research […]

UCI, TU Munich and TU Braunschweig launch joint technology development project

Initiative will focus on creation of ‘information processing factory’ computer chips

Course of action

UCI among first campuses to offer interdisciplinary UC class fostering climate change solutions

UC receives $10 million Mellon Foundation grant to support advanced humanities research

Gift provides initial endowment funding to sustain core activities on all UC campuses

Royal Society of Chemistry recognizes William Evans

William Evans, UCI professor of chemistry, is a 2017 recipient of the Centenary Prize from Britain’s Royal Society of Chemistry. Bestowed on outstanding scientists from outside the United Kingdom, the award includes about $6,500, a medal and a certificate. In addition, Evans is invited to give lectures at higher education institutions in the British Isles. […]

Global reach

UCI is sustaining its outsized reputation for tracking and tackling environmental challenges

Ahead of the curve

From Nobel Prize-winning findings about the planet’s rapidly changing atmosphere to innovative technologies and solutions, the campus is ahead of the curve on the most daunting challenges of our time. Surging king tides and fiercer storms along the West Coast are being plotted on real-time three-dimensional maps by UCI engineers for Newport Beach and Tijuana, and social […]

UCI launches Center for Critical Korean Studies

Unit will foster interdisciplinary research, international collaboration