Who watches ISIS beheading videos in the U.S.? Men, Christians and the fearful, say psychologists.

Roxane Cohen Silver began trying to understand how graphic images pollute the human psyche in the terror-struck days after the 9/11 attacks, when sights and sounds of the twin towers crumbling flooded newspapers, television and radio. The latest work by the professor of psychological science at the University of California at Irvine arrives in [...]

Who watches ISIS beheading videos in the U.S.? Men, Christians and the fearful, say psychologists.2019-03-19T12:39:41-07:00

Fortifying Our Campus Community by Confronting Extremism and Hate

Dear Campus Community, "Hello Brother" is how a Muslim worshiper greeted a visitor to a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand last Friday. The visitor entered the Al Noor Mosque with hate in his heart and armed with weapons to kill as many people as possible. The subsequent attack on this mosque and a second [...]

Fortifying Our Campus Community by Confronting Extremism and Hate2019-03-18T17:43:32-07:00

Tragedy in New Zealand

  A message from Chancellor Howard Gillman     Once again the world is reeling from an act of hate and terror. The tragic events in New Zealand, in which at least 49 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers, have shocked us all, but especially [...]

Tragedy in New Zealand2019-03-18T16:18:01-07:00

How UC Irvine Achieves Diversity Despite Ban On Considering Race In Admissions

The University of California Irvine, located on a sprawling green campus between Los Angeles and San Diego, has made strides in recruiting and graduating Latino students like senior Marlen Gomez. The 23-year-old says her hometown, Santa Ana, where more than90 percent of the population is Hispanic or Latino, was a tough place to grow [...]

How UC Irvine Achieves Diversity Despite Ban On Considering Race In Admissions2020-06-04T13:49:50-07:00