Tue, 06/18/2019 - 11:09am
As scientists improve their understanding of the impacts of microorganisms on the broad systems and that keep global biological cycles in balance, responses to a changing climate by microbes on land and sea across the Earth have become key indicators. Now, more than 30 microbiologists from 9 countries have issued a warning to humanity – they are calling for the world to stop ignoring an ‘unseen majority’ in Earth’s biodiversity and ecosystem…
Fri, 04/27/2018 - 3:08pm
New research published in Nature Climate Change and led by assistant professor of geography Gabriel Kooperman identifies an unexpected but major factor in worldwide precipitation shifts: the direct response of tropical forests to higher levels of carbon dioxide: “People tend to think that most of the disruption will come from heat going into the oceans, which, in turn, will alter wind patterns,” said James Randerson, UCI’s Ralph J. & Carol M…
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Thu, 12/03/2015 - 10:50am
As Women's Leadership Fellows, the faculty members will attend a monthly meeting where they will learn from senior administrators on campus as well as visiting speakers from academia, business and other fields. The program also will feature a concluding weekend retreat in June for more in-depth learning.  ... Babb, director of the Institute for African American Studies and Franklin Professor of English. Her research focuses on African-American…
Tags: Career Center, Department of Dance, Human Nature, CO2
Tue, 04/01/2014 - 9:23am
Computer viruses and malware are no joke - today or any other day. Viruses routinely result in billions of dollars of lost productivity and lost network operation time. Today and tomorrow, our own Office of Information Technology, partnering with EITS, will offer free laptop security check ups for the university community: Two departments at the University of Georgia will host the spring Computer Health and Security Fair April 1-2, from 10 a.m.…
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