Sociologist and CDASA director Judith Treas' research sheds light on how culture influences sharing of housework


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Anthropology undergrad Hadia Hakim promotes international human rights through honors research and Carter Center internship


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Findings will help discover 'best practices' coalitions employ in order to meet the needs of their constituent organizations for more effective strategies


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UCI's Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) program trains future leaders – including many of OC’s future city planners


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Researchers examine how 1.5 and second generations vote, acculturate, and define and measure success in school and work; findings impact immigration policies and debunk stereotypes


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HABLA program prepares toddlers for kindergarten and beyond


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Robot designed by cognitive scientist Jeff Krichmar helps researchers learn how brain adapts to environment


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Research team will model and analyze larger, more complex sets of data


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American Political Science Association awards Solingen 2008 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best book published in the U.S. on government, politics, or international affairs


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Using a new mathematical framework, researchers suggest they may be able to account for the large number of unknowns that current probability theory does not address; applications in political science, economics, psychology


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UCI Community Knowledge Project, led by Michael Montoya, UC Irvine anthropology and Chicano/Latino studies assistant professor, couples academic research with community action to combat health issues linked to poverty, poor diets


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Q&A with Russell Dalton, political science professor and author of The Good Citizen: How a Younger Generation Is Reshaping Politics


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Mark Kutzbach, 2008-09 Kassouf Fellow, studies solutions to traffic congestion in developing countries caused by increasing incomes


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Study headed by cognitive scientist Mike D’Zmura focused on creating a thought-based communication system; may lead to ability to “speak” without uttering a word; implications extend from healthcare to law enforcement


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Inaugural recipient of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience's (CCNS) summer fellowship studies what it's like to see - and understand - the world in reverse


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