Tom had a simple motto: Live Well, Learn Well, and Be Well...
A simple “whim” leads to a passion for developmental biology
DECADE Speaker Series: The Fisk-Vanderbilt Masters-to-PhD Bridge Program: A Model for Dramatically Increasing Diversity at the PhD Level in Science and Engineering
Join Keivan Staussun from Fisk-Vanderbilt University as he discusses increasing diversity at the PhD level in science and engineering.Jan
This session will focus on NIH basics for graduate students and will provide perspectives from an NIH grant reviewer.Feb
DECADE Speaker Series: Transforming the Ivory Tower: Challenging Racism, Sexism and Homophobia in the Academy - Mary Danico
Join Mary Danico from Cal Poly Pomona as she presents topics from her book "Transforming the Ivory Tower: Challenging Racism, Sexism and Homophobia in the Academy."Feb
Are you interested in conducting research in Japan? Learn about the different funding opportunities that the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) offers.Feb
Current graduate students will learn about the continuing student diversity fellowships and the Graduate Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship.Mar
This session will cover NIH topics for postdoctoral scholars. Learn from the perspective of an NIH grant reviewer.Apr
Join George Lipsitz from UCSB as she presents about race, culture, and social identities related to academia.
Assistant Professor James Weatherall, recent UCI Graduate and 2012 Commencement speaker, explores the science of Finance.
Research of Public Impact Fellows demonstrates potential to significantly enhance the lives of many.
Seven exceptional UCI doctoral students exhibiting promise as scientists, researchers and public leaders have been awarded ARCS fellowships.
UCI has been awarded seven highly coveted graduate education awards totaling almost $6 million in multi-year funding.
Several hundred postdocs, faculty and staff gathered at the University Club to celebrate UCI’s postdocs.
Summer Research and Competitive Edge programs give graduate students a head start
Prestigious honor reflects contributions to university mission of teaching, research and public service.
Lowest violent crime rate of any U.S. city with a population larger than 100,000.
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UCI Students Receive NSF Fellowships
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced the 2013 recipients of Graduate Research Fellowships Program (GRFP). This year, 32 UCI students received awards and another 29 were Honorable Mentions, read more.
New Galaxy Spotted By UC Irvine Scholar
Two hungry young galaxies that collided 11 billion years ago are rapidly forming a massive galaxy about 10 times the size of the Milky Way, according to UC Irvine-led research published Wednesday in the journal Nature, read more.
Public Impact Fellow is Developing a Better Way to Predict Precipitation
Public Impact Fellow, Scott Sellars focuses on atmospheric rivers – large plumes of moisture transported from the tropics – affecting the West Coast, read more.
UCI again ranks first among US universities younger than 50
It’s the second consecutive year that the campus has ranked in the top five. UC Irvine will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2015 and is the youngest institution in the prestigious Association of American Universities, read more.
Grad student Ryan Schutte’s epilepsy research has earned him a Public Impact Fellowship
For most people, flies are a household nuisance. But Ryan Schutte has found a greater purpose for the little buzzers. They’re helping him uncover clues to a severe form of childhood epilepsy, read more.
Grad students get leg up from Google
Two doctoral students at UC Irvine’s Donald Bren School of Information & Computer Sciences receive 2013 Google Ph.D. Fellowships, read more.
Bridging the educational divide
Public Impact Fellow Binbin Zheng studies how low-cost classroom technology can help disadvantaged learners, read more.
surf application 2014
2014 SURF application now available
The 2014 SURF application is now available. Find out more information by clicking here.
UCI is 3rd in Sierra Club ranking of colleges committed to sustainability
UC Irvine has placed third in Sierra magazine’s seventh annual ranking of the country’s “Coolest Schools,” read more.