Your guide to what’s new and trending at UCI
Dear Friends of UCI,
Welcome to the Weekly Anteater report for what’s new and trending at UCI!
We’ve curated a collection of top news items and trending social topics. If you’re active on social media, please share this news with your friends and colleagues. We’ve attached social links and summaries for easy sharing!
On to this week’s big news…
The @OCRegistrar installed a secure ballot drop box on W. Peltason & Pereira, near the bike repair shop & Student Center. For drop box locations in OC, visit: https://bit.ly/3iMaqja
The UCI Center for Clinical Research opened in the summer of 2019 after three years of planning and just in time to respond to #COVID19.
“This [launch] was extremely timely,” says Dr. Daniela Bota. “When COVID-19 hit, we had some advantages.”
What have you been up to during the pandemic? Send photos and/or words about your activities, workstation, volunteering or academic adventures to firstname.lastname@example.org or post on social media with #UCIConnected
“Working at my dining room table while my daughter does school, one cat on the table, another cat and a dog under the table. Not pictured: kindergartner also doing remote schooling out of frame.” — Steve Mang
“The Brilliant Future campaign continues to keep UCI at the forefront of cutting-edge research, innovative healthcare, student success and so much more.” — Julie Hill, UCI Foundation Chair
Color your stress away with UCI coloring pages! 🐜🍴 💙💛 🎨
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UCI In the News
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New view of Tweed Valley's attraction
Australia's Tweed Valley region, in northern NSW, boasts world-class surf breaks and sub-tropical rainforest - and…
“When common rocks, known as olivine, chemically break down, they absorb carbon dioxide to form carbonates that can then be washed into the oceans,” — postgraduate researcher, Kyle Manley
Is There a Safe Way to Be Home for the Holidays?
Throughout the pandemic, Americans have been tempted to violate public-health experts' recommendations. The winter…
“It’s not just that people are gathering. It’s that they’re gathering amidst the backdrop of this winter-seasonality effect,” Noymer said. “I just don’t see any scenarios, barring a vaccine, in which we don’t have lots of COVID-19 this winter, and Thanksgiving is going to play a role in that,” — Noymer
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