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California in Science Fiction

Symposium on California in Science Fiction
Thursday, April 4, from 12:00-5:00pm
Humanities Gateway 1030

Please RSVP at icruse@uci.edu by Monday, April 1, 2013.

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posted: 03/08/13 - 04/01/13

First annual ROADS scholarship available for application

Transportation & Distribution Services is pleased to announce that the first annual ROADS (Reward Opportunity Advancing Distinguished Students) scholarship is available for applicationLearn more

posted: 03/16/13 - 03/27/13

› Relieve pre-finals stress with a visit to therapy dogs on campus on 3/12

Therapy dogs are coming back to campus! Come join us for a wonderful, relaxing afternoon with the therapy dogs to relieve some of your pre-finals tension. Therapy dogs will be conveniently located between Langston Library and Gateway until 3pm — Learn more on the Ruff Days Facebook page

posted: 03/12/13 - 03/12/13
March 4th 2013 - March 12th 2013

Using Mathematics to Design Cancer Vaccines

On March 12, 12.00-1.00 pm in NS2 room 1201, the Department of Mathematics will host a talk for undergrads on “Using Mathematics to Design Cancer Vaccines”.

Pomona College Professor Ami Radunskaya will cover mathematical models to describe tumor growth in tissue, immune response, and administration of therapies. No bio assumed. Pizza will be served. — Learn more

posted: 03/04/13 - 03/12/13

UniStudies 390A: Advanced College Teaching and Academic Job Preparation

The Teaching, Learning, & Technology Center invites applicants for University Studies 390A: Advanced College Teaching and Academic Job Preparation. Applications due March 8, 2013 — Learn more

posted: 02/27/13 - 03/08/13

› Spring Fever 2013 presented by UCI Health Education

Spring Fever 2013 presented by Health Education — Learn how to have a fun & safe spring break!

March 3-5, 11am-2pm with free food and swag!

  • 3/5 — Do It (safely)
  • 3/6 — Drink It (wisely)
  • 2/27 — Wear It (always) - Rapid HIV testing, results in 20 mins
posted: 02/28/13 - 03/05/13

› A Journey Towards Justice

On Thursday, February 28th Jackie Lacey, newly Elected District of Attorney of Los Angeles and 1979 alumnae, will be speaking at the Cross-Cultural Center about her UCI expecience and how it paved the way for her storied law career. She will also be presented with the first UCI Distinguished Professional in Public Service Award.

Please RSVP to khuie@uci.edu to secure a seat.

posted: 02/26/13 - 02/28/13

› Introducing the Student Technology Project Initiative (STPI)

The Educational Technology (eTech) Initiative Advisory Committee is pleased to present a new opportunity for undergraduates: the Student Technology Project Initiative (STPI). Undergraduate teams are eligible to receive resources and support for real-world projects involving technology that address educational issues on-campus. Proposals are due February 22. —Learn more.

posted: 01/18/13 - 02/22/13

Need Help with Class?

Free help, walk-in tutoring is available in various subjects, including writing, math, chemistry, and biologyLearn More

posted: 02/10/13 - 02/21/13

› How to make fractals at home

February 12, 12:00-1:00pm in NS2 room 1201, UCI professor A. Gorodetski will give a talk on "How to make fractals at home" as part of a math seminar series for undergraduates. Learn how fractal structures appear in biology, physics, and even our bodies, and learn to model fractal structures with relatively simple algorithms. Pizza will be served.

posted: 02/05/13 - 02/12/13