ADMINISTRATION: Allegations of ignoring anti-Semitism declared unfounded by Office of Civil Rights.
HUMANITIES: The Dept. of Literary Journalism inaugurates the first issue of its web-based magazine, KIOSK.
ENGINEERING: UCI Professor Maria Feng awarded funds to develop improved armor for the Army.
SOCIOLOGY: Students had campaigned to save the course, only to discover that it was never in jeopardy.
RESCUE: UCI student helps Marin Search and Rescue Team find the Dominguez family stranded in the snow.
HEALTH: Stress-related problems evident in many Americans years after 9/11 attacks, research shows.
Peter’s Parade Moved to Feb. 25, Applications Available Week 1 The Office of the Dean of Students has announced that Peter’s Parade has been re-scheduled and will take place Monday, Feb. 25 from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event, which will be co-sponsored by Associated Students of UC Irvine, will be part of the […]
SCIENCE: A new way to create stem cells yields hope for more federal funding and ethical stem cell research.
World of Warcraft Partially Unites China According to a 2007 study by UC Irvine anthropologist and informatics professor Bonnie Nardi and graduate student Silvia Lindtner, ‘World of Warcraft’ is working to bring gamers in China closer together. Previously, critics of WoW have accused Chinese gamers of being devoted to the game solely for financial reasons. […]
PSYCHOLOGY: Studies show that memory is not only malleable, but also influenced by altered photographs.