Campus as a Living Lab

March 20, 2017

UCI has consistently been rated one of the top 10 sustainable universities. The “Campus as a Living Lab” (CLL) internship program offers a unique opportunity for students to become sustainability leaders here on campus, while preparing for the green sector careers of the future.

CLL pairs students with UCI staff working to improve the sustainability of campus operations and systems. Students participate in a year-long internship, along with a year-long class (1 unit per quarter) that introduces sustainability concepts and theories and how they can be applied to our most pressing environmental, social, and economic challenges.

In addition, during summer 2018, selected CLL graduates will be eligible to continue into a paid on-campus energy internship sponsored by Energize Colleges.

If you are interested in learning more about CLL, please visit our website. Applications will be available online by April 1st, 2017. The pre-requisite (BIO194S) can be taken as a 1-unit online course during spring quarter, or during summer session 1 & 2.

We encourage students of all disciplines and backgrounds to apply!

Founders Frenzy

March 20, 2017

The ANTrepreneur Center is proud to present Founders Frenzy: a chaotically fun pitch competition where 64 teams go head-to-head against each other and one winner will walk out with funding for their start-up. Founders Frenzy is a 5 event competition and will take place from April 6th to April 20th. This competition is open to ALL college students in the Southern California area! 

RSVP on Eventbrite and find more info on our website!

Want to apply? Details are here!

Call for Commencement National Anthem Singers

March 20, 2017

Audition to sing at commencement! Auditions will take place Wednesday, April 5 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. at Winifred Smith Hall, Arts Complex. Sign up here.

Research Assistant Openings

March 13, 2017

The Working Memory and Plasticity Lab in the School of Education is looking for research assistants to work on various projects! Click here to see a list. Interested students should contact Chelsea Parlett at

Community Resilience Fellowship Opportunity

March 8, 2017

The Community Resilience Co-lab is an experimental co-curricular education response to enduring and intersecting crises of environmental, racial, and social injustice. The Co-lab is hiring two UCI students to serve as Community Resilience Fellows from April 3-June 30, 2017 with the possibility to extend through summer and AY 2017-18. Learn more about responsibilities and details here. The deadline to apply is March 10.


March 3, 2017
UNDER THE SCOPE Art Show April 11th through April 14th presented by AHUA in UCI’s Viewpoint Gallery (on the second floor of the Student Center next to Crystal Cove Auditorium). Opening reception Tuesday, April 11th. Submit your request to show your artwork email by Friday, March 10, 2017
UNDER THE SCOPE ART SUBMISSIONS: Participants in the show, including undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty and staff from all schools and departments, are invited to engage freely with the theme. Your creativity is important to us; we welcome submissions of all forms.
​To have your artwork displayed, please email: and include:
  • a jpeg photo of your submission
  • the dimensions of the work
  • your full name, the title, and medium.
  • a short paragraph about your work and how it pertains to the theme with your submission.
*If your work is not yet complete feel free to submit it and update us on your progress*
This show is a part of our ongoing effort to foster a community of art enthusiasts at UCI. We are excited to explore this important theme with you and invite you to come enjoy the exhibition even if you do not present a work of art. Keep your eyes out for updates and reminders and contact us with comments or questions. Supported by a generous grant from UCI’s Illuminations and UROP.


UCI World of Medicine

February 27, 2017

Come join the UCI School of Medicine to learn about the range of careers available to you as future physicians. Workshops will be held to introduce undergraduate students to a variety of medical skills and specialties. The event will take place at the medical school campus on Saturday, April 29th. Click here for ticket prices and more information.

Aisthesis Call for Submissions

February 27, 2017

The University of Minnesota Duluth’s University Honors Program is looking for academic and creative work from honors students to be reviewed for publication in this year’s Aisthesis Journal. Aisthesis is an online academic journal that publishes research conducted by undergraduate honors students. This is a great opportunity to enter the world of academic publishing. Contact Rebecca Boyle at for more information. The deadline for submissions is March 15.

Regenerative Medicine Summer School

February 27, 2017

The McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine is pleased to announce its Fourth Annual Regenerative Medicine Summer School June 4-10 2017. The program is designed to provide a week-long didactic and hands-on learning experience addressing the science and engineering related to the multi-disciplinary field of Regenerative Medicine. Applications are due Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

UCI Pre-Law Outreach Program

February 27, 2017

The UC Irvine School of Law Pre-Law Outreach Program is an amazing opportunity for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to learn about the practice of law, and how to prepare a competitive application for law school.

Each summer UCI Law holds six (6) Saturday sessions for undergraduate students, including those from universities and community colleges.  Students who are selected and complete the program will receive a FREE Blueprint LSAT review course, in addition to hours of learning about the law admissions process and law school generally.  Please share the application information!

The application is available here:

The website for POP is here:

Information about POP

UC Irvine School of Law’s Pre-Law Outreach Program (“POP”) is sponsored by Blueprint LSAT. and the Orange County Bar Association Charitable Fund.  Current college students from any university or college are encouraged to apply.

POP is designed to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds to understand the demands of law school, prepare for the law school application and admissions process, and be inspired to one day use their legal skills to give back to the community.

There is NO CHARGE for students admitted to POP, which will provide:

  • A certificate for a free Blueprint LSAT Review course
  • Detailed information on the law school admissions process
  • Detailed information about the costs of law school and available financial aid
  • Advice about excelling in law school from law students, faculty, and recent graduates
  • Information about careers in law from practicing lawyers in many fields
  • Limited scholarships for transportation and/or housing costs

APPLICATION DUE DATE:  March 17, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

If you have any questions regarding this program, please feel free to contact Grace Lee at directly.

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