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  • As part of a class project, 45 students from Entrepreneur Marketing (Social Science 189) likely shattered a UCI record when they were challenged to encourage donors to bring canned foods to the Blackstone LaunchPad on campus during a one week period in May. The students were required to use guerilla marketing techniques to gather donations and have donors bring them into the center. In a mere week, forty-five students convinced 3,000 donors to bring in over 7200 cans - very likely the largest canned food drive in UCI history.

  • This year, UCI garnered 5 recipients, 1 alternate, and 6 semi‐finalists for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. These twelve students represent a record‐setting showing for Anteaters in the Fulbright competition. We also had our first Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship winner in 6 years and, for the first time, a finalist and winner in the same year for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.

  • The Blum Center For Poverty Alleviation held the 2nd part of the two-part conference on Global Security at UC Irvine on May 5-6

  • The Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation co-sponsored the 2016 Business Plan Competition with UCI Applied Innovation and The Paul Merage School of Business on May 6.

  • What if you were bitten by a radioactive spider? This is technically the safest way to become a superhero, according to Michael Dennin, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California, Irvine. In his classes, Dennin often uses superheroes to explain the language and processes of science. … Dennin believes the impact would be greater if you were bitten by a normal spider carrying a retrovirus. Read more.

  • America’s Diverging Food Streams. Read more here.

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    Last year, UC Irvine – home of the Anteaters – was ranked first in the nation by The New York Times as the school doing the most for low-income students. Read more here.

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    Ryan Foland, the new Senior Administrator of Social Media and Marketing for the Office of the Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning, shares how he gives back in the community.

  • International Peer Group (IPG) is growing into a series of International Excellence Programs (IEP)!

  • The University of California will deploy the collective power of its 10 campuses in a multidisciplinary effort to combat poverty in California and around the world.

The mission of the Division of Undergraduate Education is to support and enrich the academic experiences of undergraduate students so that they succeed and thrive.

Enrichment

Studying Abroad Become involved in our broad range of experiential learning programs:
  • Study abroad
  • Conduct research
  • Intern in the Capital
  • Become an ANTrepreneur
  • Teach your own seminar
  • Earn a Fulbright and more
  • Join Campuswide Honors
  • Minor in Civic Engagement
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Transition

Thanksgiving Potluck in Transfer Student Center Take a class or participate in a program designed especially for new students:
  • Meet a Mentor from the International Peer Group
  • Take the U/U class
  • Enroll in a Freshman Seminar
  • Visit the Transfer Student Center
  • Attend Summer Bridge
  • Enroll in Global Sustainability
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Support

LARC Tutors DUE provides academic support to undergraduates, Faculty and TAs:
  • LARC Tutorials
  • Study Skills Workshops
  • Writing Center Consultations
  • Placement Testing
  • Teaching Workshops
  • Student Learning Assessment
  • TA Training
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