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Amy von Kaenel ’90, MBA ’96, founder and CEO of VolunteerCrowd

Verifying volunteerism

Startup founded by alumna and fostered by UCI incubator aids, tracks student community service

Rick Hasen, Chancellor's Professor of Law and Political Science

Heading off an ‘election meltdown’

Feb. 28 conference will explore what-if scenarios that could undermine public acceptance of November vote results

David Fedman wins prize for best article on historical link between tech and environment

David Fedman, assistant professor of history, has received the 2019 Joel A. Tarr Envirotech Article Prize from the Society for the History of Technology’s Envirotech special interest group. His article, “The Ondol Problem and the Politics of Forest Conservation in Colonial Korea,” was published in The Journal of Korean Studies. It explores the ondol, a […]

Seth Dalmas, a fifth-year UCI student finishing up bachelor’s degrees in both civil engineering and German

Where supply meets demand

UCI STEM Career Fair serves both students and employers

UCI to collaborate in Department of Energy hub addressing water security issues in U.S.

The U.S. Department of Energy has selected the National Alliance for Water Innovation – a public-private partnership with more than 35 members, including UCI – to lead an energy and desalination hub addressing water security issues in the U.S. The organization will conduct early-stage research and development on energy-efficient and cost-competitive water treatment technologies. “Desalination […]

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UCI-led team sheds light on mechanisms governing the rheology of glassy materials

Commonplace in both natural and man-made components, glassy materials have a microscopically disordered structure. In many solid substances and crystals, atoms are bonded together in an orderly fashion, like stacked cannonballs, but atoms and molecules in varieties of glass are positioned in an amorphous jumble, as they are in liquids. Penghui Cao, UCI assistant professor […]

UCI scientists create new class of two-dimensional materials

Fabrication could help unlock new quantum computing and energy technologies

Assistant professor gets grant to crowdsource an online mental health intervention platform

Stephen Schueller, assistant professor of psychological science, has been awarded a three-year, $680,000 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to develop and evaluate a crowdsourced anxiety and depression intervention platform. Crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining input from large numbers of people via the internet. The project will increase understanding of various problems […]

UCI biomedical engineers develop wearable respiration monitor with children’s toy

Inexpensive, disposable sensors continuously measure breath rate and volume

Paddling toward a more accessible future

Mark Baldwin’s hands-on research is helping visually impaired rowers enjoy their sport in new and exciting ways