Today@UCI Home University of California, Irvine is a top-ranked university dedicated to research, scholarship and community service
 
   Search Tips   
Monday, September 15, 2014 | Contact University Communications | UCI Home
Home
Calendar
Newsroom
• Zot!Wire
• Press Releases
• Tipsheets
• Experts
• UCI in the News
• Healthcare News
Special Reports & Spotlights
• Arts & Humanities
• Campus Life
• Education
• Environment & Energy
• Health & Medicine
• Science & Business
• Society & Culture
Quick Facts
• Economic Impact
• Distinctions
• Fact Sheets
• Statistics & Reports
Resources
• Publications
• Graphic Identity
• Style Guide
• Meet the Media
Chancellor's Site
Emergency Readiness
Home > Resources > Publications > Magazine Archives
MAGAZINE ARCHIVES

Koohyar Karimi ZOTZINE NOVEMBER 2008

Volume I, Issue 1

Chasing beauty
Koohyar Karimi ’08 uses morphing software to explore the weird science of physical attraction.

Meeting the walrus
Rock journalist David Goggin’s magical mystery career launched with a little help from UCI courses and work study. video

From bench to business
UCI biomedical researchers put on their entrepreneurial hats to improve human health.

Passing the barre
Dance professor Jodie Gates makes leap from performing to presenting the art of ballet. slideshow

UCI’s faithful steward
Sam McCulloch has been a professor, historian and supporter of the campus since it was but a dream he shared with its founders.

UC Irvine magazine Spring/Summer 2008
UC IRVINE MAGAZINE SPRING/SUMMER 2008  PDF (2271K)

Breaking the rules 
‘Just say no’ to consumer culture, book encourages kids.

Extreme aging
Dr. Claudia Kawas studies the oldest of the old in Laguna Woods.

Spirit catcher
Alumnus Nikishna Polequaptewa nurtures cultural pride in UCI’s American Indian students.

Hot shots
New researchers elevate climate change research.

Blueprint for success
A conversation with University Hospital construction manager Donald Holm.

Taking it to the streets
Real-world issues lure UCI students out of the classroom.

Numbers game
Math professor Alice Silverberg creates numeric codes to safeguard information.


UC Irvine magazine is going electronic: Sign up now


UC Irvine magazine will transition to an electronic format in fall 2008 to best meet readers' preferences for receiving campus news and information, reduce environmental impact of producing print materials, and better utilize communications funding.

Please sign up by sending name, address, e-mail and phone (optional) via e-mail to ucimagazine@uci.edu, by fax to 949.824.8673 or by phone to 949.824.6922.

Archives

2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
UCI Home
A Service of University Communications © Copyright 2002-2009 UC Regents