In an effort to investigate the causes of the failures of the liver transplant program at the UC Irvine Medical Center, Chancellor Michael Drake has formed a blue ribbon committee to head an investigation into the program.
Since 1955, Disneyland has been a prominent Orange County landmark that has been able to survive through great cultural changes. It is also the top employer in Orange County.
The UC Irvine School of Medicine has finished a study that marks a first in medical research. The team, led by Tallie Z. Baram of the pediatrics department, has found that short-term, early-life stress can lead to an impaired memory and a decline in cogni
Following the release of the Jeanne Clery Crime Statistics for the past three years, Chief of Police Paul Henisey of the UC Irvine Police Department expressed his views that this year’s crime rate at UCI will remain steady.
The amount of private donations to UC Irvine dropped significantly after the 1999-2000 fiscal year when UCI received $87 million. However, since 2002, UCI has experienced an increase in private giving.
UC Irvine Health Sciences, which oversees the UCI Medical Center and the School of Medicine, is campaigning to raise over $50 million in private funds toward the construction of a new hospital since recovering from the fertility and willed-body program sc
Amid an investigation of possible improper hiring practices, M.R.C. Greenwood, UC provost and former chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, resigned on Nov. 4.
On Nov. 10 in front of Cornerstone Caf
Michael Oren, a senior fellow at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem and a former paratrooper in the Israel Defense Forces, delivered an account of recent Israeli-Palestinian conflicts from both a historical and personal perspective on Nov. 7 in a presentation
Internet technology is shaping the way that people receive information and blurring the separation between professional and personal news reporting, according to panelists at a Nov. 10 discussion titled ‘Information or Knowledge: Blogs, Wikis and Listserv