The University of California, Irvine’s Ph.D. program in criminology, law & society placed second in the nation overall in U.S. News & World Report’s annual graduate school rankings – published online today – with 10 other fields of advanced study in the top 10 among public universities. Overall, 31 programs landed in the top 25 among publics, marking UCI as one of the leading locations in the country for students to pursue graduate degrees.
Congrats to our 3 winners: Leslie Heid (Grad Slam Champion), Jessica Vidmark (2nd Place Winner), and Hamsi Radhakrishnan (3rd Place Winner)! Tune in on May 7th to watch Leslie Heid compete in the UC Systemwide finals.
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Inspired by listener requests in times of the coronavirus, coupled with the advent of Earth Day, THE LOH DOWN ON SCIENCE is launching a limited radio/podcast series called THE LOH DOWN ON SCIENCE: SPECIAL PANDEMIC EDITION (ldospandemicedition.org) on April 22 for eight weeks.
It builds on a significant body of work by NSF, NIH, CGS and other agencies which have examined changes needed in graduate STEM education for the 21st century
Scholars from our campus received 29 awards and 24 honorable mentions. Five of the awardees were past participants in the Graduate Division’s Competitive Edge program. Congratulations to all the recipients.
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Seven fields of advanced study place in top 10 among public universities on annual list.
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And last month the campus won federal recognition for serving Latinos — a still-rare distinction among elite research universities.