spotlights-slider-itemstrue1529952746215karimw/HOME-PAGE-PARTS/spotlights-slider-itemsGraduateDivisionsite://GraduateDivision/HOME-PAGE-PARTS/spotlights-slider-itemsmasyed1504299919689karimw1529952801794/assets/images/home-page-parts-assets/spotlight-slider-images/yogaheartcenter.jpgsite://GraduateDivision/assets/images/home-page-parts-assets/spotlight-slider-images/yogaheartcenter.jpgGraduateDivisionyogaheartcenter.jpgTHE GRADUATE DIVISION OFFERS ZEN FOR GRADS AND POSTDOCS

Graduate school can be tough, so the Graduate Division provides support along the way.  Many services offered facilitate work/life balance and help students navigate through the ups and downs of academia.

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Mastering the art of leadership in not just one profession, but three different professions

https://www.grad.uci.edu/about-us/alumni-and-friends/alumni-spotlights/Ivan-Williams.php
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A Race Against the Climate Clock…As the ice caps melt, rising sea levels become a stark reality.  Now more than ever, it is critical to have accurate data to predict and manage this phenomena.

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Dominique Ingato, a truly creative thinker and graduate student in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Ph.D. program, is contributing to advances in nanotechnology at UCI that may significantly change the way cancer is treated. 

 

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