Application is open to graduating seniors during the 2022-23 academic year (Fall 2022, Winter 2022, Spring 2023, Summer 2023)


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Honor recognizes the outstanding faculty as model educators


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Blake Baxter '04, Social Sciences Board of Councilors member and Alumni Network founding chair, will be among the familiar faces at this year's annual UCI Homecoming celebration


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Ian Burn, '17 economics Ph.D., is co-recipient of American Economic Association's Award for Outstanding Research Paper in LGBTQ+ Economics


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Wang Feng, UCI sociologist, explains in this piece for The Conversation


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Award is part of "Scialog" series designed to accelerate scientific breakthroughs


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by Ruben G. Rumbaut, UCI Distinguished Professor of Sociology


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Book coauthored by UCI political science professor Jeffrey Kopstein examines key questions of the Holocaust using tools, methods from political science, sociology, demography and public health


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Two UCI social scientists receive funding for projects that will rebuild, reframe, and transform communities, institutions for inclusive excellence


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UC-CUBA professors Nancy Burke, UC Merced, and Raul Fernandez, UCI, visited Havana in December to further UC-CUBA activities, develop potential new collaborations with local cultural institutions, and pursue their own research


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Charles Anthony Smith, UCI political science professor and co-author of Sex Trafficking and Human Rights, offers perspective on a critical global issue


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UCI welcomes back its annual celebration in-person this year on Jan. 17


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UCI cognitive scientist Megan Peters co-leads a multinational summer school that engages, educates those with a passion for computational neuroscience and deep learning


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Book coauthored by UCI political science professor Charles Anthony Smith centers women's rights as critical piece in policy solutions aimed at combatting global issue


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How UCI undergrad Andre Ngo fell in love with global and international studies, political science, and research


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Kelley Fong, sociology, explains in this op-ed for The Dallas Morning News


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Sabrina Strings, sociology, weighs in on Nike's "Trained: Body and Mind" Podcast


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Senior psychology and sociology major Kayla Atkinson aims to break barriers and uplift others through mental health advocacy


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Four-year funding will support experimental work and computational modeling by Connor Mayer, UCI language science, and Megha Sundara, UCLA linguistics


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New book by UCI cognitive sciences researchers explores intelligent autonomous systems grounded in biology and neuroscience


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Findings across 15 countries suggest how new policies could resolve continuing issues


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Meymuna Hussein-Cattan, '09 UCI social sciences alumna and Blum Center partner, named one of CNN's Top 10 Heroes for work changing lives and enriching communities


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Book by Eleana Kim, UCI anthropology professor, explores how nature has flourished where human diplomacy has failed


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Christopher Marcum, Ph.D. '11 proves opportunities abound for sociologists in government


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New campus group aims to connect military-affiliated Anteaters for support, advocacy and fun


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Findings, published in PNAS, are helping researchers understand a unique cognitive function with links to memory, navigation


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New book by UCI sociologist Edwin Amenta analyzes more than a century of digitized news to highlight how journalists reported on hundreds of causes, and the consequences of their coverage


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The Naval career of Ron Vaught '89 parallels the hit movies


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Undergrad student government reps are working to enhance the quality of student life at UCI


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Work by global and international studies professor and department chair examines role of politics, economic decisions in global warming


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UCI triple major Nicholas Swink secures life-changing internships assisting formerly incarcerated students in Orange County and working for the Executive Office of the President in D.C.


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One-year funding will take the anthropology Ph.D. student to various sites around the U.S.


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UCI-led research team finds night of rest improves performance on spatial memory - but not navigation - over same day using Minecraft


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Katharine Simon, UCI Sleep and Cognition researcher, earns funding from NIH


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A message from Bill Maurer, UCI social sciences dean, and Lorelei Tanji, UCI University Librarian


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New book by Sara Wallace Goodman, UCI political science professor, examines role, consequences of politics in America's pandemic response


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Tim Bruckner, public health professor and CPIP co-director, receives grant to study link between supplemental income program payments and child health outcomes


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Funding part of UC initiative to support young scholars whose research, teaching and service advance diversity and inclusion


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American women's movements embolden Iranian women and give them hope, just as their fight should energise ours, says UCI anthropologist Roxanne Varzi via The Guardian


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UCI sociologist Irene Vega receives grant to disseminate her research on how a college education shapes cultural capital, status transmission among Latinx communities


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A fall message from Bill Maurer, social sciences dean


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Ana Elizabeth Rosas, UCI associate professor of Chicano/Latino studies and history, is leading a research team dedicated to telling El Sol Academy's rich history


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UCI alumnus Shelley Thunen is a rainmaker for Orange County's medical device industry


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Hector Tobar, UCI professor of Chicano/Latino studies and literary journalism and award-winning author, shares insights


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Estela Magana awarded Leinen Service recognition for fostering excellence, innovation, and community; five social sciences staff members honored for career milestones


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Book by Jeanett Castellanos, UCI social sciences professor of teaching, presents framework to help students - particularly underrepresented and first-generation undergrads - thrive


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Eleana Kim, anthropology, weighs in via podcast with the Melbourne Asia Review


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Judith Stepan-Norris, UCI sociologist, and Jasmine Kerrissey, University of Massachusetts Amherst, explain what's different from the past 40 years and what's the same in this piece for The Washington Post


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Created by logic and philosophy of science associate professor Lauren Ross, the weeklong residential summer program for underrepresented undergrads seeks to diversify the field of philosophy


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New book by Anita Casavantes Bradford, UCI Chicano/Latino studies and history professor, examines history of U.S. policy toward unaccompanied children from around the globe


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UCI language and cognitive scientist Gregory Hickok receives funding from the National Institutes of Health to study how deep brain stimulation therapy in patients with Parkinson's disease impacts language function


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Dean's Leadership Society members Susan and Brett Williamson '86 cherish their Anteater connections


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National leadership role expands the UCI associate dean, professor of teaching and accomplished mentor's reach developing Latinx faculty, administrators and students


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David Neumark, economics, The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 15, 2022 (Opinion)


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Tom Boellstorff, UCI anthropologist, explains in this piece for The Conversation


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Project led by UCI sociologist David S. Meyer aims to arm peace, security activists with best tactics for changing policy


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UCI-led study published in the Journal of Neuroscience


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Long Bui, global and international studies associate professor, earns UCI Academic Senate Distinguished Mid-Career Faculty Award for Service, an honor that highlights his tireless commitment to student and faculty success


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UCI language scientist Richard Futrell breaks it down in this piece for The Conversation's Curious Kids


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Effect is tantamount to direct age discrimination in hiring, but trickier to track


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Cross-disciplinary graduate student team reveals lead soil contamination threat in Santa Ana


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Induction in Italy's National Academy of Science honors the demographer whose work has influenced population policy on a global scale


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Partnership with Public Policy Institute of California, grants from National Bureau of Economic Research and International Center for Law and Economics, support three new projects by UCI economist David Neumark


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Alumna Shyla Raghav '07, international studies and applied ecology, is a leading global advocate on climate change mitigation and adaptation


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UCI psychology senior Jonpaul Cohen will address New Zealand Parliament about climate change next month


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Findings, coauthored by UCI sociology assistant professor Asia Bento, published in Sociological Perspectives


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Catlin Tran, economics, Orange County Business Journal, July 25, 2022


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Sara Mednick, cog sci, explains in this piece for Medium


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Four UCI experts discuss a key ruling in the latest Supreme Court term


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Economist Eric Swanson explains that there's nothing yet to fear ... at least for now


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Competitive Graduate Research Fellowship Program provides three years of full financial support


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UCI-led Community Credit project uses photos, first-person community perspectives to inform financial industry practices that create inclusion, increase trust, and fight financial disinformation


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Research provides insight on the role senses and socioeconomic status play in learning


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Fellowships funded by Larry and Dulcie Kugelman help UCI graduate students advance citizen peacebuilding worldwide


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Catlin Tran, business economics, combines her interests with entrepreneurism for a new company, Nutripair


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Program supports research by assistant professors


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Honor recognizes the anthropology Ph.D. '22 for promise as a future professor


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Findings published by IZA Institute of Labor Economics


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Perspective from UCI social sciences


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Findings, published in PNAS, employ team's new technique for measuring long-range neural activity


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Canton Winer, sociology, Medium, June 22, 2022


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Davin Phoenix, UCI political science associate professor and Inclusive Excellence Term Chair Professor, offers reflections


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Honor recognizes the '22 anthropology Ph.D. for impressive research work


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Honor recognizes anthropology Ph.D. student for outstanding graduate paper in social sciences


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Honor recognizes the urban and environmental planning and policy grad student for work on transitioning states


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Tom Boellstorff, UCI anthropologist, explains in this piece for The Conversation


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Award from the American Sociological Association recognizes the sociology Ph.D. candidate for outstanding research


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Honor recognizes the sociology assistant professor for outstanding research


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Honor recognizes cognitive sciences grad student for impressive research work


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David Meyer, sociology, explains in this piece for The Washington Post


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Honor recognizes the poli sci grad student for exceptional contributions to the school community, including the intellectual growth of others


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UCI honors five from social sciences with Dynamic Womxn of UCI awards


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47 undergrads from social sciences receive OM distinction


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Honor recognizes psychology and English major for work that examines issues related to Black lives


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Honor recognizes the economics Ph.D. student for research excellence


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Honor highlights poli sci undergrad student's paper addressing race, equity and justice


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After his hooding ceremony in June, Schmidt will be heading to USC as an NSF postdoctoral fellow


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Honor recognizes the social policy and public service and education sciences major for outstanding service


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Honor recognizes the undergraduate Chicano/Latino studies and education sciences major for original research


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Jesse De La Cruz, political science senior and 2022 Social Sciences Alumni Academic Excellence Scholar, has beat the odds to become a community leader and new college graduate


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