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Aug 15, 2002
Beach Pollution Sampling Methods May Be Flawed

Beach closures could be blamed on flawed sampling methods, not just pollution

Irvine, Calif., August 15, 2002 -The surf may be up at California's Huntington Beach, but pollution levels are down. A study led by scientists at The Henry Samueli School of Engineering at UC Irvine suggests the recent rash of beach closures could be partially due to flawed sampling techniques.

Jul 30, 2002
Papamoschou to Chair Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Jul 30, 2002
Engineering Students Awarded Fellowships

Jul 8, 2002
Leading Aerospace Engineer Satya N. Atluri to Join Samueli School

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May 21, 2002
Distinguished Lecturer William A. Sirignano to speak on "Combustion: A Complex Science and an Ancient but Immature Technology"

May 16, 2002
Do Orange County's roads, schools and beaches make the grade?<br>New study will assess the county's quality of life by rating it

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May 13, 2002
Nationally Recognized Outreach Program Hosts Competitions for Southern California Math, Science and Engineering Students

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May 8, 2002
UCI Samueli School Adds Department of Biomedical Engineering

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May 1, 2002
Professor Peter J. Burke receives exclusive navy "Young Investigator" grant

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Apr 12, 2002
Civil and Environmental Engineering Scholarships Benefit Six Outstanding Undergraduates

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Apr 4, 2002
Pacific Southwest Regional Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers

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Feb 21, 2002
William A. Sirignano Elected to National Academy of Engineering

UCI RESEARCHER ELECTED
TO NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

William A. Sirignano is Fourth Engineering Professor Elected to Elite Engineering Society

Irvine, Calif., Feb. 21, 2002 - A UCI engineering professor whose work has helped to conserve energy and minimize pollution emitted by combustion engines has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, the nation's preeminent society of engineers.

Feb 11, 2002
Students Celebrate National Engineers Week

Jan 8, 2002
UCI Electric Car Program Yields Unexpected Business Benefits

UCI ELECTRIC CAR PROGRAM YIELDS UNEXPECTED BUSINESS BENEFITS

Irvine, Calif., January 8, 2002 — The "city" electric car program run by the UCI Advanced Power and Energy Program (APEP) has provided unanticipated benefits to the Irvine-area companies using Toyota's prototype e.com cars as fleet vehicles since March 2001.

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