Graduate Division Counselor Offers Zen-like Experiences to Students
Graduate Division Counselor Offers Zen-like Experiences to Students Looking for Extra Motivation, Academic Guidance or Simply a Wise Ear Willing to Listen
Frances Leslie
Frances Leslie - Dean of Graduate Education at UCI
Sue Duckles
Professor Duckles has perfected the ability to not only hear what others are saying, but to be able to listen – and learn.
Dean Ken Janda
With a Ph.D. from Harvard University and over twenty years of experience as a professor and administrator at UCI, Dean Janda brings a wealth of knowledge to his role as dean of the School of Physical Sciences.
Mei Zhan
An Anthropology professor studies the history of Chinese medicine, evolution of practice from its roots among China's rural poor into a multibillion-dollar alternative-medicine.
Dean Joseph S. Lewis III
A critic, writer, scholar, and internationally respected visual artist, Dean Joseph Lewis III brings a wealth of experience to UCI's Clair Trevor School of the Arts.
Amy Bauer
A Music professor oversees a website offering critical analysis of the popular TV show “Lost.”
Chen Li
A Computer Science professor, with the help of a research team, creates a Web search tool to reunite people in Haiti after the spring earthquake.
Oladele Ogunseitan
E-waste expert studies how e-waste is created, and how to eliminate it by removing toxins from common electronic products such as cell phones.
Sheron Wray
A dance professor includes an audience participation tool in her performances called “Texterritory,” which incorporates directorial text messaging from the audience.
George Tita
A Criminology professor, along with colleagues, develops a mathematical model of how urban crime hot spots form and spread, and predicts where crimes are likely to occur.
Francisco Ayala
A professor of ecology & evolutionary biology wins the 2010 Templeton Prize, the world's largest award honoring a living person who has made exceptional contributions to affirming life’s spiritual dimension. Ayala opposes the entanglement of science and religion and claims that science and spirituality can co-exist.
Suzy Kim
A wheelchair-bound doctor who experienced spinal cord injury directs spinal cord injury programs at UCI’s Reeve-Irvine Research Center and UC Irvine Medical Center, where she assists in early rehabilitation therapies for medical patients.
William Cooper
An Engineering professor and his students count and catalog plastic trash to document what kind of waste ends up in the ocean and determine how rapidly the debris fields are growing, in order to advocate for beach cleanup and ocean preservation.
Emily Rosenberg
A History professor wins UC Irvine honor “Professor of the Year,” for her hands-on approach to teaching 20th century U.S. history.
Shin Lin
Biophysics professor explores the science behind the mind-body practice of tai chi, a martial art he practices.
Behnoosh Afghani
In July 2010, a Pediatrics professor directed UCI’s first Summer Premed Program, in which 30 local high school students experienced what it might be like to attend medical school. She also works as director of the Center for Future Health Professionals, which she founded in 2007 to familiarize promising, underserved youths in Orange County with different medical fields.