Category: DUE_news

Stacy Branham Receives Inaugural UCI Digital Accessibility Innovator Award

Congratulations to Stacy Branham, Assistant Professor of Informatics at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), for winning the inaugural Digital Accessibility Innovator Award! This award, presented at UCI Celebration of Teaching 2022, recognizes Stacy’s commitment to advancing digital accessibility both at UCI and in the wider community. About the Award The Digital Accessibility Innovator Award was[…]

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Support UCI Student Success Initiatives, Support Students of Color

Wednesday, May 18 is UCI Giving Day 2022. On this day, we invite you to support UCI Student Success Initiatives (SSI). SSI supports traditionally underrepresented student populations at UCI with some of the best student programs in the nation. This Giving Day, all gifts to SSI will go towards empowering the personal growth, academic development, and future[…]

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UCI ANTrepreneur Center: Supporting Student Entrepreneurs and Empowering Their Success

Wednesday, May 18 is UCI Giving Day 2022. On this day, we invite you to support the UCI ANTrepreneur Center. Since its establishment in 2014, the ANTrepreneur Center has served as the campus home where student entrepreneurs, or “ANTrepreneurs,” can develop the skills necessary to start, operate, and grow their own businesses. This Giving Day, all[…]

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Support Undergraduate Research and Help Students Discover Their Passions

Wednesday, May 18 is UCI Giving Day 2022. On this day, we invite you to support the UCI Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). UROP supports over 1,400 undergraduate students from all over UCI’s campus as they conduct research and develop their project management, teamwork, and communication skills along the way. This Giving Day, all gifts to[…]

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Critical Care: Why Dr. Chuck Galaviz Gives Back to Campuswide Honors

Wednesday, May 18 is UCI Giving Day 2022. On this day, we invite you to support the UCI Campuswide Honors Collegium (CHC). The UCI CHC is one of the top honors programs in the nation. The CHC provides transformative educational opportunities to a community of motivated learners that allow students to grow both academically and[…]

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Register for UCI Teach Week!

We are excited to announce that UCI Teach Week will be held next week, April 18-22, 2022. Presented by the UCI Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation, UCI Teach Week provides an opportunity for the entire Anteater community to participate in a campuswide celebration of teaching and learning. This year, UCI Teach Week will consist[…]

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Joanna Hernandez Wins This Year’s LEAD Distinguished Staff Leadership Award

We are thrilled to announce that Joanna Hernandez (Director of the UCI Transfer Student Center & Assistant Director for UCI Student Success Initiatives) has won this year’s Latino Excellence and Achievement Dinner (LEAD) Distinguished Staff Leadership Award! Now celebrating its fifth anniversary, LEAD is the only awards ceremony in the University of California system that[…]

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UCI Teach Week 2022

Mark your calendars! Presented by the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI), UCI Teach Week is an annual weeklong celebration of teaching and learning across the UCI campus. This year, UCI Teach Week will take place from April 18-22, 2022. “DTEI established Teach Week in 2018 to highlight the commitment that UCI has to[…]

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UCI Anthropology and Human Biology Alumna Named 2022 Gates-Cambridge Scholar

Irvine, Calif., Feb. 9, 2022 – Catthi Ly, a 2021 University of California, Irvine (UCI) graduate who double-majored in Human Biology and Anthropology and received a minor in History and Philosophy of Science, has been named a 2022 Gates Cambridge Scholar. She is the first U.S. recipient from UCI in four years. The Gates Cambridge Scholarship[…]

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A Legacy to Inspire: How Raj Parekh Blazed a New Path at UCI

What does it mean to leave a legacy? This is what Raj Parekh ’19 sought to discover when he arrived at UCI in 2015. As an immigrant from India coming from a cutthroat academic environment where few made it to college—let alone college in the United States—Raj knew that he wanted to make his time[…]

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