Researchers cross disciplines to plot more efficient and accurate methods for transcribing color language surveys, unlocking novel crowdsourcing applications


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Chicano/Latino studies alumna Franchesca Ocasio '15 demonstrates passion for helping young students in the foster care system


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Is AI technology getting smarter and scarier?


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Poli sci professor Heidi Hardt is co-leading the international effort


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Darren Fells, sociology '14, went from Anteater basketball to the NFL. But after sports, he hopes to use his degree to pursue a career in counseling


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Anthropology's Medha Asthana may be finishing her (very busy) time at UCI, but the 2016 soc sci commencement speaker has no plans to slow down - or stop learning


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Language model developed by UCI cognitive scientist may soon help clinicians better diagnose and treat stroke survivors


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Jenny Doh, political science '91 and past president of the UCI Alumni Association, reflects on her time as an Anteater


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2016 graduate Daniel Cano is determined to make education more accessible for minority groups and first gen students like him


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Project aims to improve quality, quantity of connected learning opportunities


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Hear what poli sci professor Matt Beckmann has to say about the media's influence on Presidential politics in this installment of the Social Sciences Expert On series


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Daniela Estrada, UCI political science undergrad and aspiring lawyer, is awarded coveted Truman Scholarship


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'Celebration of Teaching' highlights campus commitment to excellence in the classroom and a superior student experience


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Sociology's Dana Moss named Lauds and Laurels Outstanding Graduate Student


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David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor, on age discrimination, courtesy of the Los Angeles Times


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Christian Werner, UCI professor emeritus and former social sciences dean, dies at 81


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Soc sci commencement speaker encourages new graduates to push past their comfort zones


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Social sciences graduate student affairs director John Sommerhauser, '77, creates a culture within the school that genuinely supports student success


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Serving as the 8th U.S. Ambassador to the Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, '85, exercises international diplomacy skills born at UCI


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Mimi Ito, anthropology prof, on gamers and learning in The New York Times Magazine and MSN, April 14, 2016


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Chicano/Latino studies assistant professor teams up with her academic mentors from grad school to host conference on gender and migration


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Honor recognizes sociologist's research contributions


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Co-directors of UCI's ESSL are using technology to teach and test economic principles and potential policies


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2016 honors go to Murphy, Casavantes-Bradford, Glazer and Cohen


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UCI economists study how well males and females understand emotions when paid


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Latest novel by Neal Shusterman, '85 drama and psych, was inspired by his teen son's struggle with mental illness


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Did you miss out on the live event? View the video here


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UCI economist uses laboratory experiments to study monetary policy


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Economics professor David Neumark explains in LA Times op-ed


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Political science grad student Carrie Reiling explains, courtesy of The Washington Post


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John Sommerhauser, Dana Moss and Geoffrey Pyatt among those to be recognized May 12


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UCI political science assistant professor Michael Tesler breaks down the 2016 presidential primaries, notes that "everything in politics has become more about race - most importantly, party identification"


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Simone Chambers, political science professor on the challenges of war and peace, courtesy of CBC Radio


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The way people pay for stuff is changing, UCI experts say. Will paper money become passé?


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Poli sci alumna works against the odds - and the advice of others - to forge a successful career in journalism


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An op-ed by Michael Tesler, political science assistant professor, as featured in The Washington Post


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Student group provides Spanish-led informational panel for parents of aspiring anteaters


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Studies will explore long-term success of policies promoting economic self-sufficiency


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Because solutions to some of society's greatest challenges lie in our ability to break the mold


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UCI leaders share insights in advance of Feb. 26 symposium


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Access the school's entire event calendar straight from your smartphone


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First year grad student studies working memory variations in visually impaired and sighted individuals


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An op-ed by Frank Bean, sociology Distinguished Professor, is featured by The American Prospect Feb. 11, 2016


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An op-ed by Michael Tesler, political science assistant professor, is featured in The Washington Post, Feb. 11, 2016


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Apply today to be a 2016 undergrad commencement speaker


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From running a tech company and building a robot for NASA to challenging stereotypes about Muslim women in a viral video, there's never a dull moment with social sciences alumna Layla Shaikley


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Bill Maurer, dean of social sciences, shares a trove of fun facts about money


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UCI professor Varzi's new book blends ethnography and fiction in telling story of Iranian political theater


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Op-ed by poli sci prof Michael Tesler explains, courtesy of The Washington Post


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Social sciences emeritus professor Joseph White, considered the "godfather of black psychology," reflects on his 60-year career championing the rights of blacks


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David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor, explains on PBS Newshour the challenges women over 50 face in the job market


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Soc sci dean and cultural anthropologist Bill Maurer explains in OC Register feature


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Research focuses on recyclable metals in the U.S. and India


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Karen Leonard, anthropology professor emeritus, is quoted by OZY and Yahoo! News Jan. 13, 2016


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An essay by Roxanne Varzi, anthropology associate professor, is featured by Books Combined


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Little is known about one of the area's most vulnerable populations - children living in households with HIV-infected adults


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Honor recognizes nearly 40-year career of the soft-spoken historian whose work highlights Latina civil and labor rights leaders


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Op-ed by Michael Tesler, political science assistant professor, featured by The Washington Post


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Medal is highest presidential honor bestowed upon individuals in science and engineering


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Philosopher of science receives NSF funding to study diversity in STEM fields and its impact on science


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Social sciences alumnus encourages random acts of generosity through his company, Generosity Gang


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Increase is a good sign with relatively little impact for homeowners, general public, he says


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Distinguished Professor of sociology Dave Snow comments on Southern California Public Radio


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Study finds UCI making greatest strides, ADVANCE program key in hiring female faculty


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Funding will support research on philosophical views on identity, necessity


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Anthropology alumna examines the role of midwives in Mexico among widespread social violence


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Has money really changed from shells to digital apps? Underneath, money is always a token of our social relations


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Cecelia Lynch, political science and international studies professor, breaks it down in Huffington Post op-ed


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And best wishes for a wonderful, wacky new year!


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Poli sci grad student honored by International Studies Association for contributions


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An op-ed by Michael Tesler, political science assistant professor, is featured in The Washington Post Dec. 8, 2015


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Human efforts to communicate with extraterrestrials via images or sound are doomed to failure, UCI professor asserts - and that may be for the best


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Social sciences professors recognized for work on diversity education and advancement


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Study suggests strategies emergency management agencies can use to promote reposting


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Published in 2014 by Duke University Press


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Freshman business econ student kick starts her career as a CEO with $25,000 for Guardian Locket


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An op-ed by Michael Tesler, political science professor, is featured in The Washington Post Nov. 24, 2015


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"Not Norman" artist does live illustration of book for Santa Ana preschoolers


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Igor Bobic, UCI poli sci honors alumnus '10 and current associate politics editor at The Huffington Post gives personal perspective on refugee debate


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Anthro grad student receives three years of NSF funding for research on alternative therapy


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As more Mexicans leave the U.S. than arrive, largest wave of immigration in modern American history ends, causing major labor concerns in the U.S., says DeSipio, courtesy of the Wall Street Journal


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Poli sci prof Bernie Grofman proposes new boundaries for Virginia's first-fourth congressional districts that give African-American voters "a realistic opportunity to elect candidates of choice"


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Simone Chambers, political science professor, on the nature, the rules, and the challenges of war and peace, yesterday and today - courtesy of CBC Radio


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Project utilizes new MEG technology based on Sagnac interferometer developed by UCI physicist


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Renewed funding from NIH brings total to $12.1 million


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Cognitive scientist Vandekerckhove receives NSF grant to develop tool that will make the research process more accurate


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NSF awards $13.1 million for 16 new studies, including a UCI-Ohio State project aimed at understanding individual differences in cognitive performance


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Cognitive scientist Barbara Dosher receives more than $1 million to study how to optimize visual processing


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Honor recognizes faculty member for work with graduate students


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Wang Feng, sociology professor, comments in The Wall Street Journal


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CEPP study finds that fewer restrictions leads to money being used as emergency loans, not for long-term investments


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Mentoring program pairs new students with upperclassmen who also are first in their families to go to college


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New CEPP study says that the jury's still out, despite what current research suggests


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UCI sociologists earn top honors, offices at annual meeting


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Sociologist studies the rules and ramifications of racism in comedy


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Wang Feng, sociology professor, on China's looming population decline, courtesy of the International Business Times


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Soc sci graduates and small business owners Andrew Bertolina and Kelsey Minarik illustrate innovation, teamwork and the power of networking


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Featured by CNN Money


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LPS professor will pursue research in logic and philosophy of language


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Al Valdez, social sciences lecturer, on transnational youth gangs, courtesy of The Atlantic


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