Dani Molina joins UCI as director of the Veteran Services Center

The Army veteran will continue campus commitment for serving veterans

U.S. Navy vet Harwood Garland, a UCI veteran suicide researcher and an inaugural instructor in the campus’s new veterans studies program, salutes a color guard in front of Aldrich Hall during a past Veterans Day ceremony.

Studying those who serve

UCI will be fourth in nation to offer certificate program on veterans

Roxane Cohen Silver, UCI professor of psychological science, public health and medicine

UCI study is first to explore veterans’ grief, an overlooked toll of war

Responses to combat deaths, comrade suicides have mental health consequences

On the hunt … for new knowledge

With scholarship support, chemistry grad student Jessica Kelz probes the secrets of carnivorous plants

Veterans and scholars

UCI prides itself on serving those who have served

UCI campus; student center

UCI ranked highest-ever 7th among public universities by U.S. News & World Report

Campus also jumps nine spots to record 33rd overall in annual evaluation

A Special Force

Life-altering injuries ended alumnus Aaron Anderson’s military career but awakened his entrepreneurial spirit and desire to help his brothers in arms

Serving those who served

Campus to host Veterans Appreciation Week activities Nov. 6-10

UCI student center

UCI is ranked 9th among nation’s public universities by U.S. News & World Report

Campus also receives high marks for low student debt, serving veterans

Serving those who served

UCI is committed to providing a welcoming environment for veterans and their families