UCI News

The Wall Street Journal, Nov. 9, 2016
Donald Trump will need to leverage size, power of U.S. economy to remake global trading system
“Our major trading partners are far more likely to cooperate with an America resolute about balancing its trade than they are likely to provoke a trade war,” wrote Trump economic advisers Peter Navarro of the University of California, Irvine and investor Wilbur Ross in September. “This is true for one very simple reason: America’s major trading partners are far more dependent on American markets than America is on their markets.”

Orange County Register, Nov. 9, 2016
UCI students protest Donald Trump’s presidency across campus in Irvine
Angered by the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States, about 300 UC Irvine students marched across campus in protest shortly afterward.

Los Angeles Times, Nov. 8, 2016
Irvine family scion donates prized California Impressionist art collection to UC Irvine
The family plans to christen a personal landmark with an anticipated new museum at the UC Irvine campus, and the permanent home will house the collection that consists of works by Guy Rose, William Wendt, Granville Redmond, Edgar Payne and many others.

SF Gate, Nov. 8, 2016
Ralph Cicerone, among 1st to sound alarm on climate change, dies
In 2001, while [Ralph Cicerone] was the chancellor of UC Irvine, Mr. Cicerone headed an academy panel, commissioned by President George W. Bush, that concluded unequivocally that “greenhouse gases are accumulating in Earth’s atmosphere as a result of human activities, causing surface air temperatures and subsurface ocean temperatures to rise.

SF Chronicle, Nov. 8, 2016
It’s Morning in America 2.0
Peter Navarro, a professor of business and public policy at UCI, [writes]: This is a new America that all of us, regardless of race, color, creed or party, will be proud of. Trump has been forged in the heat of an intense campaign. He is our president and he should have the opportunity to lead us out of the economic wilderness.

Previously “In the News”