Josh Childress funded an endowed scholarship for students in the Black Management Association and the Center for Real Estate.
After Flores-Velázquez died in a drive-by shooting near his home in 2019, his friends and faculty in the School of Physical Sciences came together to ensure his legacy continues to illuminate a path for future students.
The Joe C. Wen & Family Center for Advanced Care at UCI Health – Irvine will offer adult and pediatric specialty care, urgent care, digestive health, neurosciences and comprehensive laboratory and radiology imaging services in one convenient location.
“I look at UCI as being a community. If you can, you need to give back to your community,” says professor emeritus Hung Fan who, with his husband Michael Feldman, made a bequest worth an estimated $1.5 million.
When Maureen Chand Kotecki received the inaugural Elizabeth C. Tierney Nursing Scholarship, she appreciated the financial relief plus something else intangible yet just as invaluable: a sense of support and encouragement.
“This gift provides a unique opportunity for UCI to establish a world-class research center focused on the area of depression, which is extremely important from a societal point of view,” says Pramod Khargonekar, vice chancellor for research.
UCI needed to quickly establish and staff clinics to vaccinate large numbers of elderly and at-risk individuals.
The Falling Leaves Foundation Medical Innovation Building will foster groundbreaking research and the training of future investigative pioneers.
Brian Fargo will match all donations one-on-one until $2 million is raised to fund the next phases of research and, ultimately, bring a device to market.
When a world-class School of Education, local K-12 teachers, principals, students and district administrators come together, great things happen.
The Chao family, passionate about advancing cancer care in Orange County and beyond, has committed $50 million since 1995 to UCI Health.
“This generous gift will ensure that UCI continues to be a destination for exceptionally talented students to become transformational leaders in the arts.”
“This is about sharing in a time of need, whether you can give money or volunteer your time or help a neighbor with grocery shopping,” says Carol Choi ’85. “If everybody pitches in, we’ll all be better for it.”
After Damon Mills injured his spine, his family researched the best available treatments and hope for his condition.
Two landmark gifts of significant artworks have made UCI a world-class destination for the exhibition and study of California art.