Study expected to be first to show that poverty reduction boosts children’s cognition
The cover story for the Sept. 2 issue of Newsweek was written by Erika Hayasaki,…
Studies will explore long-term success of policies promoting economic self-sufficiency
EVENT: Author and investigative journalist Katherine Boo, a staff writer at The New Yorker magazine,…
Alumnus uses skills learned at UCI in overseeing nonprofit’s education efforts in rural Africa
Art exhibit evokes milieu of families residing in budget motels.
They entered the UC Irvine School of Medicine with dreams of making a difference someday, five eager students armed with distinctive skills, talents and experiences they hoped could be used to improve human health. They saw their dreams come into focus on Match Day, March 16, when they learned where they will start their careers as doctors.