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UCI Chancellor Howard Gillman

UCI town hall addresses fall planning and vaccines

Campus leaders host a virtual event sharing insights into the next academic year

The inspiration behind Black In Neuro

Ph.D. student Angeline Dukes’ drive to bring equity to her field is gaining wide attention

Pacific Symphony plays at Costa Mesa’s Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

Pacific Symphony working with UCI public health experts on COVID-19 plan

New protocols ensure safety of musicians unable to play together as an orchestra since March

Image of a male instructor looking at monitors on desks with peoples faces.

A new chapter in teaching

UCI School of Education helps students, instructors navigate changing landscape

UCI is No. 1 in Sierra magazine’s 2020 ‘Cool Schools’ ranking of sustainability leaders

Campus has been in top 10 for unmatched 11 straight years, with 4 first-place finishes

Kim Kanatani, inaugural museum director of the UCI Institute and Museum of California Art. Behind her is Richard Diebenkorn’s 1952 oil-on-canvas painting “Albuquerque #9"

What’s next: The future of museums

As cultural and educational nexuses, they must explore creative ways of engaging with diverse audiences

Following the infection

UCI trains contact tracers to disrupt COVID-19 transmission – with an emphasis on health equity issues

A Zoom screenshot shows some of the graduating nursing students who participated in the UCI Health Virtual Visitor Project.

Virtual nurses make a real difference

Graduating students lift the spirits of UCI hospital patients through video visits

Richard Matthew, associate dean of research and international programs in UCI’s School of Social Ecology, professor of urban planning & public policy and director of the campus’s Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation.

What’s next: The future of compassion

How to ward off emotional exhaustion as the pandemic is poised to strike the developing world

International studies major Manveet Thind, here analyzing survey data at her kitchen table.

A helping heart

Graduating senior Manveet Thind finds a positive outlet during the pandemic by aiding impoverished communities in Mexico