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What Matters to Me and Why: Michael Dennin

What Matters to Me and Why: Michael Dennin

On Wednesday, March 8th, Dean and Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning, Michael Dennin revealed a side of himself UCI has never seen before. In this heartfelt series focused on fostering a closer, more intimate community at UCI, Dennin revealed the reason why he is always happy, even in times […]

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University of California, Irvine is Named CollegeNET Social Mobility Innovator for 2017

University of California, Irvine is Named CollegeNET Social Mobility Innovator for 2017

With an Undergraduate Enrollment of Approximately 24,500, UC Irvine Offers Low-Income Students a Unique, Personalized and Scalable Support System That Makes College Affordable, Advances Economic Opportunity and Helps Restore the Promise of the American Dream Leading Public Research University Ranks Among the Top 20 Schools on CollegeNET’s Social Mobility Index […]

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WHAT’S A MAJOR and How do I Choose One?

WHAT’S A MAJOR and How do I Choose One?

By Kimberly Ayala, Director of Undecided/Undeclared Advising, UC Irvine A MAJOR is a field of study which represents your principle academic interest. A MINOR is a secondary area of academic interest, usually with half as many requirements. Prerequisite A course that must be taken prior to enrollment in another course. […]

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Summer Session Helps Students Save

Summer Session Helps Students Save

Summertime used to be a time to relax, take a  vacation, and de-stress from daily life. However, if history repeats itself, approximately 44% of UCI students will exchange some of their summer fun for more time spent learning. Aside from anteaters being overachievers, part of the reason might be due […]

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6 Steps To Help You Achieve Boothing Success at UCI

6 Steps To Help You Achieve Boothing Success at UCI

With over 20,000 students milling around you, buzzing to and from over 200 booths, the Anteater Involvement Fair can get a bit overwhelming. Looking at all these people, you may be tempted to ask yourself, “What’s the game plan? What can my team do to get the most out of […]

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Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Creating Passwords

Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Creating Passwords

As you start to sign up for more than one social media platform, you will likely be asked to come up with more than one password. Are you the type of person who has one password for all of your accounts? Does your password include “123?” Sometimes it can be […]

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America’s Great Working Class Colleges

America’s Great Working Class Colleges

On numerous occasions UC Irvine and the Office of the Vice Provost in particular have expressed a growing concern with the future of institutional learning — calling for continual adaptation in order to suit the changing needs of a diversified student population and a swiftly evolving globally centered job market. […]

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Sound Design for Video Games:   Bridging the Gap Between Departments

Sound Design for Video Games: Bridging the Gap Between Departments

The videogame industry is a rising and ever changing industry. It takes innovation and determination to stay ahead of the curve. Vincent Olivieri and Richert Wang are well aware of that. Professor of Drama and Associate Dean of the Claire Trevor School of Arts, Vincent Olivieri and Computer Science Lecturer […]

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