Education

UC Santa Cruz Mavericks

Surfing into the history books

If weather allows, alumna Sarah Gerhardt may be among the first women to take on the Mavericks big-wave contest.

Luis Mora UC Berkeley

His future uncertain, undocumented student Luis Mora knows he’s on the right path

Released from ICE custody last month, the political science major returned with a renewed sense of purpose.

Gillman speaks UC Irvine

UC’s National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement selects inaugural class of fellows, expands board

UC Irvine chancellor to oversee center’s administration, begin search for executive director.

UC Riverside autism research

What makes kids with autism less social than their peers?

New research suggests that at least two factors are at play.

Neil Garg UCLA

And the nation’s biggest teaching award goes to ...

Chemistry professor receives a prestigious award for teaching and its $250,000 prize.

Student Advisory Board

New Student Advisory Board will provide input on sexual violence prevention and response

A 19-student panel will bring forward its ideas on combatting assault and harrassment.

Dreamers attend SOTU

UC Dreamers to Congress: We’re here to stay

Three UC Dreamers attend the State of the Union as guests to put a human face on one of the nation's most pressing issues.

Chris Henry UCLA

HBCU partnership brings new students to UC grad programs

Budding scientists and scholars are exploring deeper research interests after interning in a unique UC program.

150 UC

What it means to be boldly Californian

Look back on 150 years of amazing discoveries, students and visionaries that helped make UC what it is today in a new video.

UC Irvine seminar

Battling bias

A freshman seminar series on prejudice aims to teach tolerance and encourage activism.

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