Bethel Mesgana, bio sci and sociology major, and Doug Cheung, neurobiology and psychology & social behavior major, will develop undergraduate course on holistic healthcare


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Two-year fellowship includes $50,000 research support


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Louis DeSipio, Chicano/Latino studies department chair and political science associate professor, is interviewed live on the California Report October 8, 2010


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Topics are focus of new book co-authored with UCI Chancellor's Professor Frank D. Bean, sociology


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One-year fellowship awarded by UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation


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UCI sociologist Wang Feng weighs in on the unintended consequences of China's one-child policy in special Science magazine feature


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High marks earned for research influence and international mix of staff and students


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Goodnow and Ithiel de Sola Pool awards recognize the political scientist and former association vice president for her contributions to the field and the association


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Honor recognizes her study on heroin addiction among rural residents in New Mexico's Española Valley


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UCI’s Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion receives additional Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funding for on the ground research in developing countries


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Faculty and graduate student awards and office elections recognize UCI sociologists for research and leadership


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Documentary on Bracero Program co-directed by UCI’s Gonzalez and Price receives Cinelatino Audience Choice Award


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Award marks the anthropologist’s third major recognition for most recent book on population science and governance in China


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One-year award provided by Los Angeles-based John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation


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One-year funding provided by UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation


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Ph.D. alumnus and social sciences lecturer Bojan Petrovic discusses Afghanistan’s political evolution in new book


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Program will be based on statistical model developed by the UCI cognitive scientist in the 1980s


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Findings published in Security Studies online


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Funding includes in-country research and will run through December 2011


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New book by UCI sociologists Jennifer Lee and Frank D. Bean explores diversity in the U.S.


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With a prestigious $20 million federal grant, translational research at UCI shifts into high gear


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Doreen Fang, ’94 political science alumnus, recently competed on ‘The Next Food Network Star’ and is cooking up quite a career


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First co-edited issue due out in August


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Award recognizes Bibona, '10 sociology alumnus, for excellence in community service, classroom and outstanding character and competition on the field


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Anthropology graduate student Joanne Randa Nucho receives Fulbright-Hays fellowship to study community programs in Lebanon


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Findings presented to California State Senate June 30


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IMTFI hosts collaborative design workshop, announces 2011 call for research proposals


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Awarded by UCI Academic Senate, honor recognizes Montoya for excellence in teaching, research, mentorship and service activities at UCI and in local community


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Social sciences staff honored for hitting university career service milestones


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Lauren Collins, 2010 sociology alumnus, winner of the UCI Alumni Association Lauds & Laurels Outstanding Student-Athlete Award, and UCI high jump and heptathlon record holder, is the July 2010 Runner’s World cover model


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International studies director and political science professor gives Commission on Wartime Contracting perspective at hearing held June 18 in Washington, D.C.


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Award recognizes the assistant sociology professor's research on career-prioritizing decisions and occupational attainment in dual-earner couples


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Doreen Fang, political science '94, one of 12 competing for her own Food Network show


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Research will shed light on the role film and media play in shaping regional status


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Prize is awarded once every three years and includes presentation of a general lecture at APSA’s 2010 annual meeting


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Honor recognizes group’s efforts to promote peaceful, open dialogue on Israel-Palestine conflict


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UCI’s Mock Trial program wraps up another successful season with a 5th place finish at nationals


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Sociologist and Calit2 affiliate Carter Butts finds routine patterns in blog networking interactions; findings published in Journal of Social Structure


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UCI economist Fabio Milani finds quantitative evidence that overly optimistic and/or pessimistic projections play greater role inducing U.S. economic volatility than do shifts caused by fluctuations in traditional market forces


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American Council on Education honors UCI’s second chancellor


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Jeff Krichmar's CARL makes his television debut on Canada's Discovery Channel April 29, 2010


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Honor recognizes contributions to the field of economic theory


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Rankings based on U.S. News & World Report, Center for Public Anthropology and Philosophical Gourmet Report


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Joel Ayala, ’89, will lead the state's one-stop resource shop


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UC Undergraduate Experience Survey offers students a chance to share their input on life at UCI


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As Haiti begins rebuilding after a catastrophic earthquake, three UCI professors, including political scientist Cecelia Lynch, discuss how it could emerge a stronger country


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Rankings from The Daily Beast based on campus housing, nightlife, dining, graduate indebtedness, freshmen retention rates, and number of student clubs and organizations


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April 19-30, 2010


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Talks will highlight potential policy implications resulting from differing views on the “second generation”


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Sarah Barber, sociology undergraduate, Crystal Murphy, IMTFI funded researcher, and Julio Monterrey, PRIME-LC medical student, are featured in UCI's Thank You scholarship video


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Honor recognizes her book, Just One Child: Science and Policy in Deng’s China, for 'original scholarship and rigorous analysis'


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UCI sociologist Edwin Amenta explains


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Global Connect director Ellen Schlosser receives Orange County Department of Education Award for Outstanding Contributions to Education


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Findings are featured in the April 2010 issue of the American Sociological Review


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Economics major and Dalai Lama scholar Jasmine Fang sponsors Kindness Month at UCI


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American Society on Aging's National Forum on Immigration in an Aging Society set for March 18 in Chicago


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Findings by UCI economist Linda Cohen and Georgetown physicist Francis Slakey published in March issue of Nature


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Topics focus on social forums, movements and places


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Professor's research on California Enterprise Zone Program effectiveness part of informational hearing


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Editorial appears in Social Science Research Council blog


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Student-led peace initiative inspires new undergraduate certificate program, community-based knowledge trip, and spin-offs on multiple UC campuses


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Roxanne Varzi, anthropology associate professor, is interviewed on KCRW's 'To the Point' February 11, 2010


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Cox Channel 3’s nightly “Cox Forum” January 21-27 at 7:00 p.m.


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Honor recognizes book as one of the most significant print and electronic works reviewed in the magazine in 2009


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Anthropology grad student Adonia Lugo promotes bicycle culture in Southern California


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Anthropologist Michael Montoya joins UC and USC professors in debate over policy implications of racial categorization in medical research


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David Meyer, sociology professor, is interviewed on CNN December 16, 2009


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Students from UCI's Olive Tree Initiative are featured in the OC Register on November 25, 2009


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UCI professors bring the traditional study of anthropology into the 21st century with research on new media, technology and 'cloud computing'


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Recipient inspired by previous winner's Peace Flag Project


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2009 Book Prize and Prize for Distinguished Achievement in the Critical Study of North America recognize more than 25 years of immigration research contributions


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Scholarship recognizes the anthropology and international studies undergraduate for academic excellence


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Honor recognizes work in theoretical psychophysics


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Funding provided by National Institutes of Health “GO” program


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Findings will help explain how we separate and hear sounds in an acoustically cluttered world


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Research by sociology professor Judith Treas sheds light on foreign-born seniors in the U.S.


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Study co-authored by UCI economist David Neumark finds corporate headquarters and chain stores are more stable economic partners for cities


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Data will be used to create computerized model for future non-invasive cognitive and clinical studies of attention disorders


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New book takes a comparative look at the impact of global trade on the local economies and government responsiveness in China, France and Mexico


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Findings could lead to advancements in understanding human behavior and further developments in neurorobotics


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Papers appear in July 24 issue


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Study is funded by recent $35,000 grant from the Russell Sage Foundation


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Three new faculty members in economics, political science and sociology expand school's interdisciplinary research strengths


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Honor recognizes Assistant Professor Angela Garcia's drug addiction study as 'best published work in psychological anthropology'


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UCI's Global Connect meets with Loretta Sanchez congressional aide to discuss program's federal expansion, funding


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Second group of students from UCI's Olive Tree Initiative get ready for trip to Middle East, silent auction fundraiser and reception to be held prior to send-off


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Awards totaling $230,000 will fund 17 projects investigating financial habits of world's poorest people


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Social Sciences Undergraduate Counseling Office moves into new Social and Behavioral Sciences Gateway, departments and dean's office to follow


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As a research specialist for Hollywood, Health & Society, a program of the University of Southern California Annenberg Norman Lear Center, Sheena Nahm, '09 anthropology Ph.D. graduate, helps Hollywood writers and producers keep health-related storylines accurate


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Anthropology and film & media studies associate professor Roxanne Varzi makes a film about Iranian American identity and the aftermath of war


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Students in internship program explore career paths in Washington


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14 from School of Social Sciences recognized


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Four-year term begins in June


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