Grant of $10 million from Mellon Foundation

Grant of $10 million from Mellon Foundation Dear colleagues: I am pleased to announce that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a $10 million grant to the University of California in support of the UC Humanities Research Institute. The grant constitutes the initial funding for a $30 million permanent endowment for UCHRI.

Grant of $10 million from Mellon Foundation2021-08-13T09:58:37-07:00

2018 Academic Forums

2018 Academic Forums Dear colleagues: On behalf of all of us in the administration, please accept my best wishes for the new year. The strategic plan update sent earlier this week shows that UCI continues to make progress toward our aspirations despite ever-changing headwinds from state and national funding sources. We are learning to adapt

2018 Academic Forums2021-06-29T12:30:46-07:00

Dean, UCI School of Law

Dean, UCI School of Law Dear colleagues, On behalf of Chancellor Gillman, I am pleased to announce that L. Song Richardson, one of the nation’s leading legal scholars and educators, has been appointed dean of the UCI School of Law, effective Jan. 1, 2018. A member of the UCI faculty since 2014, Dean Richardson

Dean, UCI School of Law2021-08-13T09:58:46-07:00

California Fires

California Fires To the Anteater community: As seven wildfires rage across Southern California, forcing evacuations and shutting down highways, our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who has lost a home or is threatened by a blaze. Although UCI remains open, we understand that some members of our Anteater family may be

California Fires2021-08-13T10:10:48-07:00

TAKE ACTION: Let your voice be heard on tax reform

TAKE ACTION: Let your voice be heard on tax reform Students, faculty and staff, The U.S. House of Representatives passed its version of tax reform, H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, on Nov. 16. The U.S. Senate will vote on its version of the bill as early as this week. The

TAKE ACTION: Let your voice be heard on tax reform2021-08-13T10:10:58-07:00

10 faculty honored as AAAS fellows

10 faculty honored as AAAS fellows Dear colleagues: Today we celebrate 10 UCI faculty members who have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. I am thrilled to recognize these exceptional individuals for their tremendous accomplishments, which have greatly contributed to their specific fields and have changed the

10 faculty honored as AAAS fellows2021-06-29T12:31:29-07:00

Admissions Audit Completed

Admissions Audit Completed Each year, UCI welcomes thousands of talented, diverse and qualified new freshmen. More students than ever are interested in becoming Anteaters -- for fall 2017, we received more than 104,000 applications, more than all but two colleges in the nation. This intense student demand, along with a variety of operational

Admissions Audit Completed2021-08-13T10:07:03-07:00

2017-18 Call for Proposals on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism

2017-18 Call for Proposals on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism Dear colleagues: I am pleased to announce a call for proposals of up to $20,000 for the new Provost Initiative on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism. This call is part of the recently announced UCI Confronting Extremism initiative, managed through the Office of Inclusive

2017-18 Call for Proposals on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism2021-08-03T15:38:30-07:00

Introducing UCI Confronting Extremism

Introducing UCI Confronting Extremism To the Anteater community: The world is changing. In recent years and months, we have seen increasing displays of hate, violence and unrest entrenched in extremism. While it is easy to simply ignore the discord around us, it is vital that we confront extremism head-on with our collective values

Introducing UCI Confronting Extremism2021-08-13T10:04:36-07:00

Career Pathways

Career Pathways Dear colleagues: I am pleased to announce a renewed campuswide emphasis on career development for our students and alumni. The UCI Career Center is being elevated to become the Division of Career Pathways and will be led by Associate Vice Provost Suzanne Helbig and report to Vice Provost for Career Pathways

Career Pathways2021-08-13T10:07:12-07:00
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