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  3. Equity Advisors

  4. Vice Provost for Academic Personnel

  5. Vice Provost for Graduate Education


Recent News


Irvine
  • The UCI ADVANCE Program and Graduate Division hosted the inaugural Mentoring for Achievement and Excellence event on February 25, 2015. Postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, staff, and faculty gathered to highlight exemplary mentors who render exceptional guidance and support to faculty, graduate, and undergraduates. More details
  • Assistant professors of chemistry, Dr. Aaron Esser-Kahn and Dr. Jennifer Prescher, have been named 2015 Sloan Research Fellowship recipients. The Sloan Research Fellowships honor early-career scientists and scholars whose achievements and potential identify them as future scientific leaders. More details
  • UCI Human Resources and the UCI Emeriti Association are pleased to announce that Regents Point is now offering UCI emeriti, retirees, and the family members of active employees priority consideration for admission at a significant discount. Regents Point is a continuing care retirement community that offers multiple living options including residential living, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care. More details
  • Dr. Douglas M. Haynes, Director of the ADVANCE Program, recognizes Women's History Month with his 2014 article: Always the Exception: Women and Women of Color Scientists in Historical Perspective. Full article
  • Professor Cailin O’ Conner calls for removing cultural norms in math that are barriers to the participation of girls. Full article
  • The UCI Emeriti Association (UCIEA) invites nominations for its annual award for an outstanding Emerita/us. This award will recognize an Emerita/us who has not been recalled, but continues to make a significant contribution to the University's mission of teaching, research and/or service. More details
  • Vicki Ruiz, professor of history and chair of Chicano/Latino studies, has been named an honoree for the 2015 National Women's History Month. Her achievements will be recognized and celebrated by the National Women's History Project. More details
  • Mathematician Alice Silverberg awarded Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Grant. The purpose of the grant is to engage mathematicians and cryptographers in developing efficient and secure methods of computing on encrypted data. More details
  • Through the support of UC President Napolitano, UC Irvine has established Institutional Membership with the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD). Set to launch October 1, postdoctoral scholars and tenure-track faculty will be enrolled in the program. More details
  • Provost Gillman is pleased to announce that Judith Stepan-Norris will serve as Vice Provost for Academic Planning, beginning September 1, 2014. Currently she serves as vice-chair of the Advisory Council on Campus Climate, Culture, & Inclusion and as Social Science Equity Advisor.
  • Computer Science Professor and former Equity Advisor Scott Jordan appointed technology officer for Federal Communications Commission. Full Article
  • UCI Chancellor's ADVANCE Postdoctoral Fellow Sarah Miller featured in New York Times article, discussing the science of stratospheric airships. Full Article
  • ADVANCE Dependent Care Travel Award program featured in Science article on work life balance. More details
  • UCI Chancellor's ADVANCE Postdoctoral Fellow Sarah Miller discusses the science of High Altitude Airships in Forbes magazine. Full Article
  • Provost Gillman announces new statement of contributions to diversity feature for applicants for faculty positions at UCI. More details
  • Provost Gillman is pleased to announce that Diane O'Dowd has been named Vice Provost for Academic Personnel. In addition to serving as one of the first ADVANCE Equity Advisors, Professor O'Dowd also assumed a leadership role in establishing the interdepartmental neurosciences graduate program.


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