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LA Times: UC President Janet Napolitano on Trump immigration crackdown

LA Times: UC President Janet Napolitano blasts Trump immigration crackdown as a backward step University of California President Janet Napolitano blasted the Trump administration's immigration crackdown on Wednesday, calling it a step backward that would make communities less safe. Napolitano, who served as U.S. Homeland Security secretary under President Obama, said the vast expansion of deportation [...]

Dean Frances Leslie: Impact of Presidential Executive Order on Graduate Recruitment

OFFICE OF THE VICE PROVOST AND GRADUATE DEAN Graduate Division 120 Aldrich Hall Irvine, CA 92697-3180 Phone: (949) 824-6763 Fax: (949) 824-9096 www.grad.uci.edu February 7, 2017 Dear Colleagues, I have received many inquiries from both students and faculty about the impact of Presidential Executive order 13769 on foreign nationals from Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, [...]

Guidance on the Executive Order Affecting Visa Processes and Entry into the United States

A message from Chancellor Howard Gillman: Guidance on the Executive Order Affecting Visa Processes and Entry into the United States Dear UCI community: Yesterday President Trump signed an executive order suspending entry into the United States for various categories of travelers. The order apparently includes refugees, immigrants, non-immigrant visa holders, and lawful U.S. permanent residents [...]

UCI Ranks Nationally in Upward Mobility

  New York Times’ article ranks UCI as #4 in upward mobility, with 81% of students from the bottom fifth of the income distribution ending up in the top three-fifths. Read the full article New York Times article. 

UC-HBCU Initiative Call and Faculty Forum

UC-UCI HBCU Faculty Forum | Rescheduled to February 15, 3:30 - 4:30 pm, HIB 137 Dear Colleagues, A forum to provide application guidance and tips on the University of California-Historically Black Colleges and Universities (UC-HBCU) Initiative has been rescheduled to 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at Humanities Instructional Building 137. RSVP using the [...]

New research shows broad academic benefits for students taking ethnic studies classes – NPR News

NPR News - KPCC January 6, 2017 "New research shows broad academic benefits for students taking ethnic studies classes" Excerpt: Public school districts in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Long Beach and about a dozen others have started ethnic studies classes in recent years. But they’ve done so without a key ingredient: academic research [...]

Op-Ed Bigots at the gate: Universities shouldn’t duck the fight against white nationalism by Howard Gillman

LA Times Op-ed  Bigots at the gate: Universities shouldn't duck the fight against white nationalism By: Howard Gillman December 20, 2016   Excerpt: "Universities support free speech and condemn censorship for two reasons — to ensure that positive, helpful, illuminating messages can circulate widely, and to expose hateful or dangerous ideas that, if never engaged [...]

“A Bill to Police Campus Speech” by Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman

The Wall Street Journal A Bill to Police Campus Speech by Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman   Excerpt: "Two weeks ago the Senate passed, by unanimous consent, the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act, an unquestionably well-intentioned attempt to protect Jewish students on campus. Unfortunately the bill runs afoul of the First Amendment. If passed by the House [...]

Office of Inclusive Excellence Welcomes Dr. Marguerite Bonous-Hammarth as the Executive Director

Dear Campus Community, I am delighted to welcome Dr. Marguerite Bonous-Hammarth as the new Executive Director of the Office of Inclusive Excellence (OIE). She joins a team of experienced faculty leaders and dedicated career staff who together mount a suite of programs to build and sustain a campus community where all expect equity, support diversity [...]

Support of Undocumented Members of Our Campus Community

To the Anteater Community: Yesterday, President Janet Napolitano announced that the University of California system will protect the privacy and civil rights of undocumented members of our university community (https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/press-room/university-california-releases-principles-support-uc-community-members). Federal law safeguards student privacy rights, and the California Constitution and statutes provide broad privacy protections to all members of the UC community. In accordance [...]