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Roxane Cohen Silver standing in front of theater seats.

Exploring tragedy’s aftereffects

Twists of fate influenced Roxane Cohen Silver’s groundbreaking work

People smiling

UCI’s Center for Educational Partnerships announces collaboration with OC World

The UCI Center for Educational Partnerships’ leader, Stephanie Reyes-Tuccio, and Manuel Gomez, co-founder of OC World, have agreed to initiate a special program that will provide professional-level internships to UCI students interested in pursuing careers in media and communications. OC World is a nonprofit multimedia company that produces Orange County public affairs news and feature […]

Photograph of Roxane Cohen Silver, UCI Distinguished Professor of psychological science, medicine and public health
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UCI Podcast: Managing media intake amid traumatic times

Roxane Cohen Silver on how graphic images from catastrophic events depicted in the news may affect health

Photo of Victoria E. Johnson, professor of film & media studies and African American studies
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UCI Podcast: A history lesson in sports television

As March Madness begins, Victoria E. Johnson teaches us how sports TV has changed over time

Roxane Cohen Silver

NSF supports research studying how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects Americans

Roxane Cohen Silver leads UCI team awarded a RAPID grant to begin survey

E. Alison Holman

Understanding the health effects of collective trauma

Research by Alison Holman finds negative mental, physical outcomes possible even if you weren’t there

Michael Méndez

UCI’s Michael Méndez to lead press conference at UN climate change summit

Event will focus on California’s efforts to advance environmental justice

At the 9/11 Memorial at New York City’s rebuilt World Trade Center, a rose adorns the edge of a reflecting pool. The effects of that day’s terrorist attacks are still being felt 20 years later.

How 9/11 changed America

UCI scholars offer insights into how the terrorist attacks continue to impact health, travel, politics and the media

Barry Siegel, UCI professor of English and director of the Literary journalism program.

UCI sees jump in literary journalism majors

The pandemic has affected methods, but the mission of truth-telling is more important than ever

The study’s lead author, E. Alison Holman, UCI professor of nursing

Study links rising stress, depression in U.S. to pandemic-related losses, media consumption

UCI researchers suggest providing mental health services to those with the greatest need