Milana Vayntrub

More than meets the eye

Widely known for her AT&T commercial work, UC San Diego alumna Milana Vayntrub is also a passionate DIY humanitarian. 

UC Riverside medicine humanities

Where medicine and the humanities meet

At UC Riverside, medical school students are combining traditional disciplines with liberal arts in order to deliver the best possible care.

UC Santa Barbara Shinto

Shinto tradition to reach a new set of readers

UC Santa Barbara scholar creates the world's first book series outside of Japan on the Shinto tradition.

UC Irvine higher education summit

The future of higher education at UC Irvine

National leaders share insights into providing an elite public education at Feb. 26 symposium.

UC Berkeley Herma Hill Kay

UC Berkeley law professor wins lifetime achievement award

Pioneer Herma Hill Kay is celebrated for her transformational advocacy in family law and contributions to legal education.

Professor Arturo Arias UC Merced

Two UC Merced professors named campus's first MacArthur Chairs

Internationally recognized scholars granted the opportunity to pursue new horizons in humanities research.

Sang-Hee Lee UC Riverside

Anthropologist pens a best-seller in South Korea

A UC Riverside professor has won celebrity and acclaim with her book on evolutionary history, "Human Origins."

Mobile use online

Many low-income students use only their phone to get online

A UC Irvine researcher explores the effects unequally distributed online access.

UC Riverside hackathon winners

'Uber for Tutors' helps students learn on demand

Two UC Riverside undergrads who won world's largest education hackathon debut their app on Apple and Google stores.

UC Santa Barbara Alzheimer's book

The brain game

A new book by UC Santa Barbara's Kenneth S. Kosik offers strategies for reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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