'05 alumnus and DHS inspector shares insight on careers in government service


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Chicano/Latino studies and psychology undergrad Pamela Ruiz studies ways to end gang strangleholds in Honduras and the U.S.


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Dorothy Solinger, political science professor, is quoted in USA Today on February 17, 2009


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Political scientist Alison Brysk examines international human rights success stories in new book, Global Good Samaritans


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Economics Ph.D. alumnus Kent Hymel finds that sluggish commutes - usually indicative of high employment levels - lead to slowed job growth


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Findings from cognitive neuroscientists Hickok and Saberi will be critical in guiding clinical research on disorders including autism, schizophrenia and stroke-induced aphasia


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Sociologist studies negative economic and social consequences related to China's one-child policy


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Alumni represented local financial powerhouses Analytic Investors; Metropolitan West Capital Management, LLC; Bank of the West and Far East National Bank; and BlackRock Private Investors Group


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Graduate student Kent Hymel studies traffic, economy; finds more efficient public infrastructure can spur local economic growth


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Political science alumnus Mitchell Winans goes to Washington - after a stellar UCI career that earned him a Living Our Values Award


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Findings indicate interracial marriage is more common among Asian/White and Latino/White couples than among Black/White couples


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Jerry Nguyen, biological sciences undergrad and Jumpstart corps member, expands education opportunities for children at home and abroad


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Political scientist Kamal Sadiq investigates how paperwork - often falsely obtained - grants citizenship to illegal immigrants


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Findings will aid in development of new treatments for victims of stroke and individuals with autism and schizophrenia


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Finds economic disparity is culprit behind addiction in area; study published in October issue of Cultural Anthropology


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Undergraduate class travels to U.S. Mexico border for up close and personal look at security issues


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Researchers awarded grant from NSF to study impact of geography on social networks; findings will help them understand how physical space and closeness contribute to perceived feelings of safety and cohesiveness among neighbors based on where their networks exist - information useful to urban planners interested in developing and shaping communities to fit residents' social and interpersonal needs


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Olive Tree Initiative gives Moran Cohen, Dalai Lama Endowed Scholar and second-year business economics major, greater insight into Middle East conflict


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Findings appear online in the Journal of Urban Economics


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