Part of new PBS series


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Latino politics professor Louis DeSipio and young dems weigh in, courtesy of SCPR


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Findings published by the UCI Center for Economics & Public Policy


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Honors come from ASA sections, awarded at annual meeting


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Research on how incarceration affects families earns sociologist more than $500K in grant funding and ASA award


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Term began in late August


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New book, elected to Sociological Research Association, chair-elect of ASA section and deputy editor of American Sociological Review


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Cognitive sciences prof Don Hoffman says highly unlikely - images are not universal communication, vision evolves


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ASA award for research published and NSF award for further work


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Honor recognizes best book in European politics and society


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Honor includes an extended stay at the home of the Russell Archive in Canada


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Two-year term began in September


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As a university and among its graduate programs and departments, UCI earns top spots on multiple charts


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Interests span politics, race, immigration, neuroscience, money and banking, space and time, family, and health


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Honor recognizes anthro grad student for research on East Asian culture


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From Bill Maurer, social sciences dean


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Anthropologist studies how people with disabilities make use of new online technologies


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Social sciences earns coveted commencement spirit award; dean leads new students in first official "Zot!" at convocation


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Honor recognizes logic & philosophy of science Distinguished Professor for outstanding work in philosophy of science


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Join UCI Mock Trial - one of the top ranked teams in the nation!


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Cognitive sciences professor Bill Batchelder receives grant to expand models and strategies behind Cultural Consensus Theory


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Study by Brueckner featured in Journal of Economics & Management Strategy


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Kelsey Norman, political science graduate student, explains in Muftah


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Waves of Anteaters - 2,888, to be exact - clash in epic battle of capture the flag


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Funding provided by Employment Policies Institute


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Anthropology grad student finds research inspiration close to home


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Washington Post op-ed by poli sci prof Michael Tesler puts Sanders's push in the polls into perspective


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Undergrad advisor Kurt Hessinger '97 honored by UCI Greek system students for outstanding commitment


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Social sciences undergraduate affairs director Helen Morgan '92 recognized for staff leadership excellence


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Campus's outreach to the underrepresented makes it No. 1 on this year's College Access Index


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Honor recognizes nation's top change-makers in history, literature, languages


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Loh Down on Science features cognitive scientist Alyssa Brewer's visual perception research


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Leo Chavez, anthropology professor, explains on Southern California Public Radio


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Book by Kristin Peterson, anthropology professor, on dynamics of Nigeria’s pharmaceutical markets


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Awards recognize graduate students for engaging scientific research


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New book by UCI anthropologist explains how Swedish furniture drives home democratic ideals


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Distinction recognizes scholarly contributions in urban, public and transportation economics


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Study by UCI sociologist is first to tie low natal weight to biological, social factors three generations deep


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Etel Solingen, political science professor and Tierney Chair, gives perspective in Washington Post op-ed


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Sociology Ph.D. alum and soon-to-be lecturer is part of an anteater family legacy


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Cecelia Lynch, political science professor, breaks it down in Border Crossings, the August issue of Diplomat Magazine


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Study on cultural adaption in immigrant children earns Sanchez NSF fellowship


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Sociologist Jennifer Lee breaks it down in CNN op-ed Aug 4


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UCI researchers apply scientific method to study of how we receive affectionate messages


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Soc sci dean to help Department of Treasury determine first female face on new $10


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Celebrate UCI's Bright Past and Brilliant Future with a day in Aldrich Park 10.03.15


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Rossell Memorial Award supports parents and non-traditional grad students


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LPS prof uses mathematics to break down the post-zombie-apocalyptic world


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John Campbell will teach undergrad political science classes, make public presentations


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Book co-authored by UCI sociologist debunks idea that Asian American academic achievement is due to unique cultural traits or values


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Aldrich award winner Amy He makes soc sci--and her mom--proud


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Sociology grad student combines experience in academia and activism to study human trafficking


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Sociology's Sanchez wins award for undergraduate thesis after finding inspiration in an age-old question


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McIntee and Allison recognized for mathematical approaches to social sciences


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Honors recognize classroom and service contributions


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An op-ed by Michael Tesler, political science assistant professor, is featured in The Washington Post June 25, 2015


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Revamped major emphasizes community service with practical application


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Cognitive scientists study how the brain tunes out distractions


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Sociology professor receives grant to study how stories can help and hurt causes


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Econ prof describes employment barriers faced by older workers and how federal law might help


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More than 2000 degrees conferred to soc sci's newest alums


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UCI-Stanford duo examine cases in which perceived and self-reported race differ


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Edwin Amenta, sociology professor, explains in featured article on The Conversation


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One-year term begins in August


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Awards carry $5,000 prize to support continued research


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Fifth-year grad student receives Outstanding Scholarship award


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Cog sci prof Don Hoffman explains in TED talk


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Graduate student and future professor honored with Kathy Alberti prize


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Anthropology and business admin major Asthana earns school scholarship


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Economics grad student Chehras honored for research


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An op-ed by Jennifer Lee, sociology professor, is featured by Zocalo Public Square June 9, 2015


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Soc sci's graduating seniors pick one word to describe their soon-to-be alma mater


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Grad student recognized for service to the UCI community


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Don Hoffman, cognitive sciences professor, is featured on the Science Channel June 3, 2015


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2015 Caesar Sereseres award goes to two accomplished undergrads


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Honor recognizes top 2% of socsci undergrads for academics, leadership and service


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Chicano/Latino studies senior turns cultural identity into focus of award-winning work


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Chicano/Latino studies prof pursues research on a topic dear to her heart


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Soc sci undergrad earns international education scholarship


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Felipe Hernandez, '13 political science and music performance, on being a first-generation college student


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Findings offer encouragement to marginalized groups seeking societal change


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School of Social Sciences introduces certificate program to encourage cultural awareness


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Poli sci alumnus honored at Democratic Party convention


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David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor, weighs in, courtesy of the Las Vegas Sun May 17, 2015


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Donald Hoffman explains on PBS series Closer to Truth


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What's magical about the mundane?


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Michael Tesler, political science assistant professor, explains in The Washington Post May 15, 2015


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Alumni Excellence recipient answers questions about her college career, influencers and unexpected interests


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Decorated international studies student chosen to speak at 2015 social sciences commencement ceremony


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Brain handles day- and nighttime optical signals the same, reacts quickly to loss of input


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Graduate student studies the commodification of crystal energy in Brazil and the American Southwest


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Grad student studies the political behavior of Americans with disabilities


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An op-ed by David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor, is featured in the Los Angeles Times May 9, 2015


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Grad student Edelina Burciaga compares the educational opportunities and social mobility of undocumented young adults in California and Georgia


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National Science Foundation awards grad student for research on changing transportation structures in Delhi


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Two soc sci graduates participate in Sacramento's Capital Fellows Program


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Grad student explores politics behind Mexico's public, early alert earthquake technology


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Jean-Claude Falmagne earns Lauds and Laurels Extraordinarius Award


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Vicki Ruiz earns Lauds and Laurels Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award


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Sanaa Khan earns Lauds and Laurels Outstanding Undergrad Award


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