From soldier to scholar

Student hopes to pursue a career in public health after serving as medic in Iraq

Getting out the vote

As a leader of the Asian Pacific Student Association, Cheng hopes to register 600 new voters by the Oct. 20 deadline.

A ‘Fearless’ photographer

With his camera, Jeff Sheng, M.F.A. ’07, captures the courage of gay and lesbian student-athletes

A courageous path

After a near-death encounter with a grizzly bear, Regents’ Scholar Jenna Otter’s path to success was all about focus

Science by fire

Scientific glassblower Jorg Meyer has contributed to chemistry discoveries for more than four decades

American Indian students blend computers with culture

American Indian high school students whose futures lie in computer science got a small taste of what’s in store by participating in AISICS, the American Indian Summer Institute in Computer Sciences. The summer program at UC Irvine is funded by the National Science Foundation. This summer, students from five states and 11 tribes lived in […]

Outside the comfort zone

Outdoor courses developed by Bill Jacox fulfill his love for nature and inspire participants to overcome obstacles

The Latino Threat

In his new book, anthropologist Leo Chavez investigates how the media portrays immigrants

‘WALL-E’ and the professor

Biologist James Hicks plays a behind-the-scenes role in Disney/Pixar’s popular animated movie

Anteaters’ first steps

Student Parent Orientation Program covers everything from dorm life to nightlife