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UC Irvine cosmologist Asantha Cooray is co-author of new findings to be published Nov. 7 in the prestigious journal Science. A NASA sounding rocket...
Alice Silverberg, Professor of Mathematics, was awarded a grant of $793,000 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The purpose of the grant is to...

Upcoming Events

2014-15 Eminent Lecture Series Listening to the Dancing of Life's Molecular Machines  Gregory A. Weiss UCI Department of Chemistry December 4, 2014 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. UCI Calit2 Reception to follow Your cells rely on tiny machines to relay information, repair damage, repel invaders and tackle the many other challenges required for life. A...
Join the voyage of the 330-foot Canadian Coast Guard ice cutter Amundsen during it's 15-month research expedition. Completed in March 2014, the documentary film examines the direct impact of global warming on the Arctic region. A panel discussion including the filmmaker and UCI Earth scientists will follow the screening. RSVP...
12/10/2014 - Dr. David Victor
As part of the annual Reeburgh Lecture Series, the Department of ESS welcomes Dr. David Victor, Professor of International Relations at UCSD, to discuss international collaborations on climate change. A reception will follow the lecture in Croul Hall Lobby.  RSVP Here
Winter quarter 2014-15 begins on January 2 and ends on March 20. 
Certified Strengths Finder Facilitator, Jennah Jones, will help students determine their personal strengths and share how they relate to choosing a career. Refreshments and beverages will be available.This student workshop is only offered to participants of the PSUM Program.
Adventures in Physics: Quantum Circuits UCI Physical Sciences Lecture Hall (PSLH)  January 31, 2015  1:00 - 3:00 p.m. This exciting physics show and lecture will entertain children and adults of all ages!  Professor Bill Heidbrink and his team will kick off the event with a lively show demonstrating concepts of...
The PSUM Career Flash will give students the opportunity to interview all mentors individually and learn more about their careers. Dinner will be provided.