UCI project to capture histories of marginalized communities in Orange County earns California Humanities grant ♥ ★

Summary: A team of UCI faculty and librarians received a $20K Humanities for All Project Grant from the California Humanities for the project “Sharing Comfort and Care: Intergenerational Story-Mapping in the Cambodian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities of Orange County.”   Full article: UCI project to capture histories of marginalized communities in Orange County [...]

UCI project to capture histories of marginalized communities in Orange County earns California Humanities grant ♥ ★2020-05-19T15:08:21-07:00

UCI partnered with APIA Scholars -November 2019 ★

UCI partnered with APIA Scholars to host 285 high-school students and parents at Jump Start College Tour + STEM Pathways on November 2, 2019.  96% of attendees surveyed agreed the overall quality of the program was excellent.

UCI partnered with APIA Scholars -November 2019 ★2020-05-19T14:56:22-07:00

Support for Undocumented Community at UCI

Dear colleagues, On November 12, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments regarding the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy. The University of California is supporting this effort. The Court is expected to issue a decision by June 2020 and the lives of hundreds of thousands of undocumented individuals [...]

Support for Undocumented Community at UCI2019-10-30T13:01:56-07:00

Statement from UC President Janet Napolitano on filing Supreme Court brief on DACA

  Statement from UC President Janet Napolitano on filing Supreme Court brief on DACA UC Office of the President Friday, September 27, 2019 The University of California today filed a brief in the Supreme Court challenging the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In September 2017, after [...]

Statement from UC President Janet Napolitano on filing Supreme Court brief on DACA2019-09-30T15:57:10-07:00

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

4-Year Colleges With the Biggest Increases in Percentages of Underrepresented Minorities

4-Year Colleges With the Biggest Increases in Percentages of Underrepresented Minorities The Chronicle List November 11, 2018  PREMIUM https://www.chronicle.com/article/Which-Colleges-Had-the/245057 Doctoral, master's, and liberal-arts colleges increased their representation of students who were American Indian, black, or Hispanic faster than the population of those three groups together grew in the United States from 2010 to 2016. Nevertheless, all [...]

4-Year Colleges With the Biggest Increases in Percentages of Underrepresented Minorities2020-06-04T13:54:28-07:00

Asian-Americans Face Multiple Fronts in Battle Over Affirmative Action

The New York Times - June 16, 2018 But that ignores the fact that black people have and continue to be discriminated against in highly damaging ways, such as mass incarceration, police violence and segregation, said Claire Jean Kim, a professor of Asian-American studies at the University of California, Irvine. “The question of how [...]

Asian-Americans Face Multiple Fronts in Battle Over Affirmative Action2018-06-22T08:12:44-07:00

Toward an Asian American and Pacific Islander Thriving Campus

Toward an Asian American and Pacific Islander Thriving Campus The APIASF AANAPISI Scholarship Program is available to UCI students through a partnership between the Office of Inclusive Excellence and the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF). “I would like to thank the APIASF foundation for providing me the opportunity to continue my formal education [...]

Toward an Asian American and Pacific Islander Thriving Campus2018-05-21T19:22:46-07:00

Frequently Asked Questions for University Employees About Possible Federal Immigration Enforcement Actions on University Property

Frequently Asked Questions for University Employees About Possible Federal Immigration Enforcement Actions on University Property Charles F. Robinson, General Counsel and Vice President of Legal Affairs at the University of California, has issued the following FAQ for members of the University of California community, who are concerned about immigration enforcement actions occurring across the country [...]

Frequently Asked Questions for University Employees About Possible Federal Immigration Enforcement Actions on University Property2018-01-17T13:37:52-08:00
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