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Interviews with UCI Leaders, Innovators and… Zot! Zot! Zot! Everyday Anteaters!

Interviews with UCI Leaders, Innovators and… Zot! Zot! Zot! Everyday Anteaters!

Interviews with UCI Leaders, Innovators and… Zot! Zot! Zot! Everyday Anteaters!
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Interviews with UCI Leaders, Innovators and… Zot! Zot! Zot! Everyday Anteaters!




Richard Harris, award winning NPR journalist

Richard Harris is NPR's biomedical research expert and frequent contributor to 'All Things Considered' and 'Morning Edition'. Here he talks about pressing issues in biomedical research and his new book, "Rigor Moris".


2018 HOMECOMING SHOW great compendium of interviews

Join me for this romp of a show traversing the campus for 2 days of HOMECOMING events, which included a special alumni luncheon, Ted Talk style presentations, Party in the Park and a battle for the Big West Conference basketball title. Interviews galore with enthusiastic Anteaters past and present!


Jeff Wasserstrom, internationally recognized China expert

Professor Jeff Wasserstrom offers his insights into the land of Confusius, President Xi, the diversity of this mysterious country of 1.4 billion people and what the future may hold. A fascinating look at this economic juggernaut.


Judy Shin STUDY ABROAD Peer Advisor

UCI's Study Abroad Peer Advisor Judy Shin describes her year in South Korea and all the opportunities available for students. . Studying abroad does not have to be expensive or delay graduation. If you like discovery, travel and wonder she highly recommends it!!!

UCI LAW Moot Court Finals compilation show

Join in for a journey to the UCI LAW 2018 Experion/Jones Day Moot Court Finals. If you do not know what it is, neither did I... so we can find out together. It's a cool 6 month law competition culminating with the event today. Interviews with Moot Court Board President Emma McBurney, Finals winner Katherine Rice, Advisor Professor Michael Robinson-Dorn and more...

Jan Brueckner, Economics Professor and recent Greater Irvine BUSINESS OUTLOOK presenter

As a follow-up to his recent presentation at the Greater Irvine BUSINESS OUTLOOK breakfast Professor Brueckner discusses his research into 'Land Use Regulation' and how it effects real estate prices over time. He also talks about the airline industry and the UCI Economics Department.


Austine Model, KUCI Public Affairs Host of 'Humanities for Humanity'

Listen to KUCI Public Affairs Host Austine Model explain her motivation for her show 'Humanities for Humanity'. She also beautifully shares her journey of coming out at school and with her parents. We also discuss anxiety and depression. I was honored to have her on the show-she's a sweetheart!


Mary Lyon, UCI '75, former KUCI DJ & New Director, local & nat'l media correspondent

Mary Lyon spent her entire career in local & national radio /TV. Her credentials include KLOS, KTLA, NBC, Associated Press, Boss Radio KHJ, KRTH and many, many more... Hear her share stories of early art studio UCI, broadcasting out of a closet and Elizabeth Taylor in a romp of an interview.


Phil Quirk, UCI SOM Alumni, former eye surgeon and now world sailor

Dr Phil Quirk talks about his passion for sailing, buying a sailboat worthy for the high seas, the South Pacific hopscotch and his career in medicine. He is very grateful for his career he honed at UCI and recommends it to students today. He's come a long way baby!!!


Ara Apkarian, Professor of Chemistry & Director of CaSTL

Professor Apkarian is the Carl Sagan of Chemistry. He is passionate about molecules, atoms and CaSTL~Chemistry at the Space Time Limit. He shares his excitement for science and encourages everyone to explore. He truly wants to share this awesome world with you. There is still plenty to learn and discover. Don't miss this cool show!


Michaela Holland, UCI Alumni, former KUCI News Director & current TIME Magazine Virtual Reality Producer

Follow Michaela Holland as she windes her way through UCI. including a stop at KUCI as news director. Upon graduation and much footwork she ends up as lead virtual reality producer at TIME Magazine in downtown NYC. Join us on her road to creating a spot in this groundbreaking new area! She is energetic, driven and focused...


Michael Morrell, Senior Project Manager Design & Construction Services

With the demolition of Brandwine Commons & Brandwine Community Center, Middle Earth is now under construction indefinitely with the building of twin seven story towers adding 500 new beds. Project Manager Morrell gives us the run down of how he arrived here at UCI, his first project at Mesa Court, the big price tag and completion date.


Jorge Cisneros, UCI Police Chief

Listen in as we discuss the responsibilities of police officers, how each city/university has its own unique culture and what it's like to be chief. We also explore the challenges of a balanced life and discipline. Join me for a very insightful and enjoyable half hour focused on 'service'.


Michael Dennin, Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning/Dean of the Division of Undergraduate Education

Professor Dennin is not only the Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning, but also the Dean of the Division of Undergraduate Education. He retraces his steps from growing up with a college professor dad to himself becoming a physics & astronomy professor...and the challenges of going from a teacher to an administrative leader on campus. He is enthusiastic and FUN!


Davidian Bishop & Ash Preston, LGBT Resource Center

Listen to the Director and Program Coordinator of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center as they share the history and achievements of the center. We also look at current events, unisex bathrooms and how the center plays an important role on campus.


Mark Steyvers, Professor of Cognitive Sciences/Computer Science & the NYC marathon

Professor Mark Steyvers from the UCI School of Social Science works in the field of cognitive science and computers. Today he talks from New York City about having just completed the NYC marathon. He shares his goals, training, disappointment and fulfillment at having completed the 26.2 mile race in the Big Apple.


Doug Tully & Nick Franks, UCI Outdoor Adventure Specialists

Doug Tully, UCI Outdoor Adventures Coordinator and Nick Franks, UCI Outdoor Student Trip Leader know a thing or two about having FUN. They organize and lead students on trips to Joshua Tree, the Hollywood sign, camping in San Clemente, and closer to home the climbing wall in the ARC-Anteater Recreational Center. Here they share stories about these student adventures.

Josette Marrero, UCI Alumni & NASA Ames Atmospheric Scientist

Dr Josette Marrero graduated from UCI in 2015 after spending 6 years as an Anteater. She honed her atmospheric science expertise in the Rowland/Blake Chemistry Lab and now applies her acknowledge at NASA Ames on the Atmospheric Alpha Jet Experiment Project. Follow the project on Twitter @NADAAJAX and www.airbornescience.NASA.gov Remarkably she did not really have a plan.

John Boyd, Emeritus Professor of Mathematical Anthropology

Emeritus Professor John Boyd talks about getting his UCI teaching offer at Joe's Bar in Ann Arbor, what it was like here in 1965, seeing lots of smoking apes during 'Planet of the Apes' filming breaks, mathematical anthropology and more...

Charles Limoli, Professor of Radiation Oncology

Professor Charlie Limoli discusses the different types of cancer treatments today, amazing medical advances, and his NASA radiation research for Mars space flight. He also lobbies that more research funding is needed across the board.
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