Alumna speaks out as both an educator and an advocate for AAPI and other communities affected by racism
UCI professor documents the diversity of the Asian American community
UCI researcher creates videos and messages to boost vaccination rates and cancer screenings
Community internships introduce Ph.D. students to nonacademic career options
For the 30th anniversary of Women’s History Month, we take a look at some current UCI trailblazers
EVENT: UCI’s Vietnamese American Oral History Project and OC Parks present “Vietnamese Focus: Generations of Stories,” an interactive art and history exhibition that captures the compelling and complex Vietnamese experience before, during and after the Vietnam War. Utilizing photos, documents, oral histories, artifacts and artwork, the eight-month exhibition commemorates the 40th anniversary of the fall […]
Daniel Do-Khanh ’93 has come a long way since he and his parents fled Vietnam during the fall of Saigon in April 1975, leaving behind their home and all of their belongings. Today he’s a successful attorney working out of a spacious Irvine office with a sweeping view of the Orange County coast, but Do-Khanh […]
UCI Libraries’ one-of-a-kind collection documents the experience of post-Vietnam War immigrants.