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Gustavo and Li
UCI Experts On: Supply chain
Gustavo Oliveira and Li Zhang, global and international studies, offer insight on the global supply chain crisis and alternative solutions for holiday spends
Kristi Ryono
Zots to be thankful for
SPPS and education science major Kristi Ryono's attitude of gratitude has helped her thrive throughout her time at UCI
Pin-Chun Chen
The brain and sleep
Pin-Chun Chen, UCI cognitive sciences graduate student, studies how your brain stays busy while you snooze
Damien Sojoyner and Yousuf Al-Bulushi
UCI to launch yearlong series on Black Reconstruction with funding from Mellon Foundation
Interdisciplinary project to show how 150-year-old themes remain relevant
Thoa Khuu
From refugee to Ph.D., Thoa Khuu is breaking barriers
Personal experience motivates UCI sociology graduate student's academic inquiry into the experience of children of immigrants
Anita Casavantes Bradford
Casavantes Bradford delivers keynote at inaugural George Floyd Social Justice Symposium
Talk at Texas A&M University-Kingsville available on YouTube
Michelle Thomas
Making her mark
UCI psychology undergrad Michelle Thomas receives inaugural Black Lives Matter Research Scholarship to advance understanding of Black, marginalized communities
Green campus
NSF funds UCI project to boost STEM degree success for underrepresented students
The Institute for Meaningful Engagement will emphasize faculty, classroom impact
Hector Tobar
Anthropology research with a very personal angle
Guided by her own experience as an international adoptee, UCI graduate student Shannon Bae is studying how the process can be demystified and made humane for reconnecting birth families with adopted children
Cailin O'Connor
O'Connor earns Philosophy of Science Association award for book on unfairness
Prize in Feminist Philosophy of Science recognizes the philosopher's book as best work in said category within past five years
Bill Maurer
What's next: Money
Bill Maurer, anthropology and law, on the complex role currency plays in our society, how our relationship to money continues to evolve, and what new forms money might take in the future, via the Chicago Humanities Festival
Moon and Bin Kashem
IGCC fellows Moon and Bin Kashem share their research, UCI experience as international students
Political science graduate students reflect on their work, life at UCI and more in this Q&A
Tim Bruckner
Bruckner receives grant to provide clarity on why women tend to live longer than men
CPIP co-director supported by $450,000 from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes for Health
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in the media
Social sciences faculty and graduate students are consistently sought by media for their expertise in areas ranging from digital play to gender pay. Check out some of our top hits, self-authored pieces, and on-air interviews below, or visit us online for the full run down.
Judy Stepan Norris

U.S. workers have been striking in startling numbers. Will that continue? UCI sociology professor Judy Stepan-Norris gives perspective in this piece for The Washington Post.
Sabrina Strings
Strings on race, body image
David Meyer
Meyer on Occupy Wall Street
Valerie Olson
Olson on NASA
Graeme Boushey
Boushey on voting
OC Register
A Fireside Chat with Fiona Hill
12:00-1:20 p.m. | Zoom (pre-registration required)

featuring Fiona Hill, Robert Bosch Senior Fellow, Center on the United States and Europe, Foreign Policy Program, The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.
COVID, Racism and Critical Race Theory
12:30-1:30 p.m. | Zoom (pre-registration required)

featuring Chandra L. Ford, PhD, MPH, MLIS, Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, and Founding Director, Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice and Health, Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health, UCLA
Pronoun Trouble: Notes on Radical Gender Inclusion in English
3:30-5:00 p.m. | Zoom (pre-registration required)

featuring Tom Boellstorff, Professor of Anthropology, UCI
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