UCI study finds intense immigrant policing practices corrode Latinos' trust in the government as a source of health information


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Team will present findings at UROP Symposium May 19


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Sara Mednick, cog sci, via HowStuffWorks, May 16, 2018


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Hector Tobar, Chicano/Latino studies, via The New York Times


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UCI professor says no; longer-term opioid prescribing leads to considerably longer duration of temporary disability


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Amihai Glazer, economics, explains in this LA Times op-ed why the winning city may in fact be the next big loser


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UCI anthropology professor Sylvia Nam tells her family's story of separation caused by the Korean War


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First of its kind study, published by UCI ESSPRI, uses U.S. Army administrative data to examine the economic impacts of combat exposure in the Global War on Terrorism


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Dissertation funding will fund Chris Zoeller's research on the global economy


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UCI study also finds low-cost, regional air carriers disproportionately affected


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Donation will support graduate student research, scholarship in social sciences


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'05 soc sci alumna Belinda Espinoza's side hustle as a Latina lifestyle blogger keeps SoCal families in-the-know


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Davin Phoenix, political science assistant professor, one of 19 honored at 25th annual Celebration of Teaching ceremony


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'18 Lauds and Laurels Outstanding Undergrad Iman Siddiqi, political science, will cap off an extraordinary undergrad career by addressing a stadium of her peers as a 2018 School of Social Sciences commencement speaker


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Contributions of 20 prominent Anteaters to be celebrated at Lauds and Laurels event


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Anthropology grad student awarded NSF grant for dissertation examining the relationships between computer gamers, servers, and nostalgia


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Honor recognizes the award-winning writer's contributions to society


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Bernard Grofman, poli sci, via The Daily Utah Chronicle, April 14, 2018


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David Neumark, economics and ESSPRI, via The Wall Street Journal


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Honor recognizes innovations and excellence in vision science


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At only 34-years-old, Jennifer dos Santos '05 has already toured the world as a musician, earned top rankings in national bodybuilding competitions, and run a nonprofit empowering people affected by limb loss


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An entrepreneurial alumnus looks for a better way to get quality news to more people


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UCI doctoral programs grab top spots in Philosophical Gourmet Report for 2017-18


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Cailin O'Connor, LPS, explains in the Medium


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Interested in studying abroad? As UCEAP deadlines approach, one Anteater shares why her quarter in Thailand was an adventure worth having


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Honor recognizes outstanding young scientists from academia, industry and government


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UCI alumna ditches Silicon Valley career to follow her passion for tea


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UCI Visiting Distinguished Professor Martin Burt says that the key to eliminating poverty is taking the focus off of income


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New gifts from The Troesh Family Foundation and the Charles Koch Foundation will fund continued research on governmental policies that affect business taxes, regulations and practices


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Keith Murphy, anthropology, in CityLab


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Melanie Henderson, UCI business economics '10 and MBA '17, is a competitive amateur equestrian in her off time from Taco Bell headquarters in Irvine


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Alumna Mariam Ejaz created her business to help clients crowd fund their interior design dreams


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Matthew Stein, '00 political science and cofounder of Law and Stein, LLP


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Kirsten (Gee) Maeda '89, UCI economics and Deidre (Gee) Baptista '90, UCI social ecology are lobbying for change


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Francesca Polletta, sociology, explains in Fortune


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Michael Tesler, poli sci, explains in The Washington Post


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Alumna Karen Nguyen left her established corporate career for the exciting world of wine, art, and entrepreneurship


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Incident increases associated with elevated blood pressure in black, Latino adults


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Benny Luo '10, founder and CEO of NextShark recognized for work in media


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From aspiring philanthropists to future captains of industry, students navigate new economy, launch startups with help from UCI's ANTrepreneur Center


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UCI bio sci and psychology alumnus Dr. O has been providing Anteaters with eye care for nearly 30 years


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After traveling halfway around the world for her education, econ's Zoe Zhao shares what she's learned along the way


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Three recipients from soc sci receive funding to extend knowledge about some of society's most challenging debates


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Soc sci alumni-run company is 'The Uber of recycling'


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Check out pictures and video of the incredible day of festivities


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Avery, Enriquez and Hardt honored for teaching, mentorship and innovation


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Honor recognizes the long-form comic as best work in cultural anthropology and sociology


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Bernie Grofman, UCI poli sci, explains in The Washington Post


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Op-ed by Leo Chavez, anthropology, via Los Angeles Times and The San Diego Union-Tribune


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UCI anthropologists receive grant to conduct first of its kind large-scale study of Southern California community water understanding and use


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Hector Tobar, Chicano/Latino studies, op-ed in The New York Times


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Econ's Asquith awarded for dissertation that examines the hidden consequences of rent control


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Uniform treatment masks Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander diversity


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Aspiring engineer turned education activist is using her UCI education to help children get equal access to quality schooling


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Awards carry $5,000 prize to support continued research


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Freshman seminar series on prejudice aims to teach tolerance, encourage activism


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Social sciences scholars awarded for work on human cognition, nuclear proliferation


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UCI Tierney Chair Etel Solingen is 2018 National Academy of Sciences Estes Award winner


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UCI Distinguished Professor Barbara Dosher is 2018 National Academy of Sciences Atkinson Prize winner


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Linda Sanchez-Ovalle, anthropology grad student, via The Conversation


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UCI researchers are first to focus on long-term benefits of federal provision


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An endless quest for knowledge fuels social scientist Carter Butts


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Sociology's Vann recognized


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Honor recognizes academic merit and achievement


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Findings published online with Boom California


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UCI soc sci staff gather to wrap donated gifts for UCI's Staff Helping Hands Program


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UCI helped Marine Corps veteran Advaith Thampi find his path after military life


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Hector Tobar, Chicano/Latino studies and English, via The New York Times


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Pioneering mental health professional, renowned scholar and beloved UCI teacher-mentor Joseph White is recalled as an inspirational campus icon


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Etel Solingen, poli sci, via East Asia Forum


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Anteater alumna Nikita Patel left a comfortable job to volunteer with the Peace Corps in South Africa - now she's ready to make change here at home


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Groundbreaking cost study now available


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UCI anthropologist intertwines story of religion and health through illustrations, creating new genre


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Anthropology professor Leo R. Chavez's new book explores birthright citizenship


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UCI Digital Media and Learning Research Hub study explores existing approaches to reduce digital divide


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Sociology grad student earns campus-wide fellowship for outstanding research and potential as a future leader


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Anthropology professor and soc sci dean Bill Maurer talks about his new book, Paid


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UCI Aeberhard award winner pushed through fear and jumped into her freshman year with both feet - now she's helping others get the most out of their educational opportunities


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Experiencing echo-free silence in UCI's anechoic sound chamber helps students appreciate the noise of life


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Iman Siddiqi, senior and advocate for the education of displaced students, is awarded two prestigious UCI scholarships


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Research by Belinda Campos, UCI Chicano/Latino studies professor, leads to perioperative support group for families of Latino American children


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UCI husband and wife team Emily and Andrew Penner have made the study of education their primary professional pursuit


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Professor, UCI Logic and Philosophy of Science


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Multidisciplinary hub aims to advance research, engage public


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Soc sci dean Maurer to MC research sponsors' panel at 20th anniversary meeting of National Academy of Sciences Board on Behavioral, Cognitive and Sensory Sciences


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Mother's social environment as well as individual risk factors influence infant health


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Member of the UCI Department of Economics faculty 1991-2001


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UCI sociologist Edwin Amenta receives NSF funding to expand his study on which social movements get the most media coverage and why


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Vicki Ruiz, Chicano/Latino studies and history, helps set the record straight in new Time Magazine piece


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David Neumark, economics, goes "under the hood" of the $15 minimum wage debate in new Wall Street Journal piece


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Fall 2017 welcome from dean Maurer


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Alumna and first-gen college student Tami Bui is set to address incoming freshman at Dean's Welcome


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Oludayo Tade, IMTFI researcher and lecturer of criminology, victimology, deviance and social problems, University of Ibadan, via The Conversation


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Daniela Estrada, poli sci '17, documents her journey teaching English in Bogota


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Assistant Professor, Sociology | Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2014


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Donation supports graduate student research, scholarship in social sciences


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Lecturer, SOE, Social Sciences | Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara, 2007


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Assistant Professor, Political Science | Ph.D., Northwestern University, 2017


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Professor and Falmagne Endowed Chair, Cognitive Sciences | Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 1995


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Campus also receives high marks for low student debt, serving veterans


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