UCI economist earns grant to run experiments exploring the value of a commonly used investment instrument for asset pricing and trading volume


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Emily Sumner, cognitive sciences, explains in Life Hacker


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Graduate student Neil Bennett earns recognition, funding for service and research


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In contrast, those flying nonstop on an allied carrier may face higher fares


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Studies find children develop characteristically human preferences between ages 16 and 21 months


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Anthropology grad student Guilberly Louissaint explains in The Conversation


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An interdisciplinary UCI team is improving assistive robotic technology for homebound children, limited-mobility adults


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Grants will support early-career research in varied disciplines


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Global and international studies assistant professor featured in piece on new books in Southeast Asian studies


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UCI freshman and Dalai Lama scholar Karishma Muthukumar could soon help guide the National Science Foundation's research agenda


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Ph.D. psychology, with a concentration in cognitive neuroscience


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B.S. data science, mathematics; B.A. quantitative economics


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B.A. business administration | B.A. psychology


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New book by UCI IMTFI researchers shines light on the human impact of mobile money, financial technology


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Young children tend to respond to questions of choice with option presented last


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Poli sci prof Michael Tesler receives APSA book award for gripping read on the 2016 election


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An interview with philosopher, modeler, and feminist Cailin O'Connor, courtesy of Psychology Today


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A UCI-Penn study of nearly 3,000 fourth, fifth, and sixth graders in China revealed strong connections between 30 to 60 minutes of shuteye at least three days a week and positive outcomes in a handful of areas


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Fulbright scholar Joyce Nguy, '19 political science and education, finds that personal connections have made all the difference


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Business economics senior Crystal Ho had life-changing experiences at UCI and in D.C.


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Sociology grad student Anna Penner will continue her award-winning research on siblings of children with disabilities as a new faculty member at Pepperdine University


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From founding a magazine to making a living as an influencer, senior Aditi Mayer has a good story to tell


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Social sciences undergrad commencement speaker Truong Nhat Vu Xe '19 is making a difference for marginalized communities through research, outreach, and activism


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Social sciences undergrad commencement speaker Erin Costigliolo '19 reflects on what's fueled her UCI research, education, and daily commute


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Award recognizes UCI's most outstanding graduating seniors


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The loves and lessons of senior Sharis Manokian's Mock Trial experience


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Senior Elianet Romero, international studies and political science, finds perspective in an unlikely place


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Anthropology Ph.D. student Katie Cox receives Most Promising Future Faculty Member award and discusses how collaboration inside and outside of the classroom can change the world


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Honor recognizes sociologist for mentoring graduate students and junior faculty, fostering diversity


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Longtime UCI staff member Michael Arias '11 receives Alumni Association's highest honor


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Program available to all undergrads


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Ranking is based on costs, quality, graduation rates, student debt and postgrad earnings


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Negative, positive political rhetoric about immigration affects well-being of targets


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Guided by vision and passion, tenacity and grit, UCI's Outstanding Alumni Athlete Shannon Eusey '92 is the Anteater spirit personified


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Vicki Ruiz receives distinguished service award from the Organization of American Historians


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Mimi Ito, anthro, via Wired, April 13, 2019


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Two-year study funded by the National Science Foundation


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Honor recognizes the Chicano/Latino studies associate professor's mentorship efforts and dedication to student success


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Three from social sciences receive awards at second annual Latino Excellence and Achievement Dinner


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Paula Tomei, economics '79, receives 2019 Lauds and Laurels Distinguished Alumni Award in the School of Social Sciences


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Soc sci team logs more than 7-million steps in UCI walking challenge


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UC Irvine researchers conduct study with five popular fintech apps to determine how Americans interact with financial advising apps


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Four from UCI political science receive awards at annual convention of the International Studies Association


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Edwin Amenta, sociologist, explains how an obsession with statistics has made teams better than ever, but the game is now more tedious for fans to watch


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First gen faculty member and mentor Glenda M. Flores earns honors for teaching, research on Latina educators


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Competitive campus program will give recipients advanced training in pedagogy, educational development, and job market preparation


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How sociology grad student Vanessa Kauffman's passion for social change fuels her research on women and minority participation in biomedical research


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Local high school students participating in UCI's new Diversity, Inclusion and Racial Healing Ambassador Program are countering stereotypes


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UCI cognitive scientist Sara C. Mednick studies the science of sleep and its impact on memory


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Daniel Brunstetter, poli sci, explains in The Conversation


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Alumnus Sunny Zaman's zest for life covers food, travel, and his high-powered job in digital media and advertising


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David Meyer, sociologist, explains in The Conversation


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Stephan Jagau, a post-doctoral scholar at UCI's Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences receives RUBICON grant to integrate emotions into the science of decision-making


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Trendsetters and trailblazers - these are #UCIFierceFemales


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UCI senior Germain Louie, business economics, reflects on his caffeine-fueled campus experience as he prepares to graduate in June


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UCI sociologist Wang Feng and Yong Cai (UNC Chapel Hill) explain the consequences in the New York Times


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Honor supports the poli sci prof's six-month residence in Finland and research on ties between religion and humanitarian work


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Ph.D. student Colin Bernatzky, sociology, studies how beliefs persist in the face of contrary evidence


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Political science doctoral student Stacey Liou pursues award-winning research on public assembly


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Assistant Professor, Cognitive Sciences | Ph.D., New York University


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Ami Glazer, economics, explains, courtesy of The Conversation


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UCI first-generation alumnus Oscar F. Rojas Perez is about to finish his Ph.D. in counseling psychology, and he attributes his academic success to his mentors at UC Irvine


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49th annual Lauds and Laurels event will honor 22 outstanding Anteaters


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Sociology grad student Monique Kelly won the Chancellor's Club Fund for Excellence Fellowship for her work on racial inequality in Jamaica


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Bill Maurer, anthropology and law, via guest post with the Crews Project


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David Snow, Distinguished Professor of sociology and a world-renowned expert on social movements, has a new book out


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Graduate students Shauna N. Gillooly (UCI) and Kelebogile Zvobgo (USC) explain in The Washington Post, Feb. 11, 2019


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Research, funded by Capital One, aims to shine light on responsible use of artificial intelligence in the finance industry


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Faculty position established with $1.5 million gift from Drs. Harvinder and Asha Sahota


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Monroe, Goldberg and Avery honored for mentorship, teaching and innovation


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UCI IMBS doctoral students Lucila Arroyo and Kirbi Joe test a mathematical model against personal interactions


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A prestigious Fulbright Hays grant will allow anthropology Ph.D. student Anna Kamanzi to continue her fieldwork in Africa


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Keely Hanson, political science '11, uses research and empathy to make her mark


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UCI ranks #7 in Forbes list


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Doctoral student John Emery considers the ethical implications of technology on the battlefield


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Sabrina Engelstad, sociology and education major and starting center for the women's basketball team, is following in her dad's footsteps


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Dalai Lama Scholars are organizing third annual campus event to develop products for people with disabilities


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New book acts as guide for understanding and mitigating misinformation in a media-frenzied age


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UCI alumna is L.A.'s first female and first African American D.A.


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Michael Tesler, poli sci, breaks it down in The Washington Post


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New lab in Calit2, directed by anthro prof Mimi Ito, looks at the smartphone generation


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Hector Tobar, Chicano/Latino studies, in The New Yorker


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Awards carry $5,000 prize to support continued research


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UC Irvine's Laura Enriquez spearheading the effort with funding from UC Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives grant


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Bill Delvac '76 reminisces about his Anteater past and his role in UCI social sciences' present


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Samantha Ku, '18 political science, is pursuing her lifelong dream of being a diplomat


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Exposure to UCI's Global Connect program as high school freshmen steered current program interns to UCI and plans for careers in education, international relations


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Honor recognizes the Distinguished Professor emeritus's long career as a mathematician


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Five social sciences graduate students earn competitive campus fellowships for research demonstrating significant potential for public impact


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Honor is conferred for distinguished contributions to their fields


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Maneesh Arora, political science, explains in The Washington Post


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Julia Valdes, UCI postdoc in corporate welfare, studies the intersection of public and private politics


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Book by UCI anthropologist explores the interdependent relationship of our world in outer space


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Sarah Mahoney, anthropology '18, recognized for her undergraduate research on machiya


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In his day to day life, alumnus Jeff Stout runs his own high-powered recruiting firm - but in his free time he's a dedicated philanthropist who helps people dealing with homelessness get back on their feet


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UCI prides itself on serving those who have served


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Awarded by the Hispanic Education Endowment Fund, honor recognizes the historian's work in higher ed


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Doctoral student Janet Muñiz receives award for her research on ethnic identity of second-generation Latino entrepreneurs


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Researchers from UCI and China lay the groundwork for a joint institute to tackle cognitive health issues related to an aging population


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UCI undergrad and cross country runner Keely Boyd is helping close the distance between students and hunger


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