Campus and community leaders came together last week to honor three women who made significant contributions to Orange County's political history: Lois Lundberg, Lynn Daucher and Marian Bergeson. Joining them is President Mildred García.
President Mildred García hosted a Hispanic Heritage Month reception this week that featured artist and activist Julio Salgado, whose experiences she said "mirror the tenacity and courage of our students."
Health science professor Sora Tanjasiri has been awarded more than $1.5 million from the National Institutes of Health-National Cancer Institute for efforts on various aspects of cancer awareness, research and training.
Five civil engineering majors have each received $5,500 grant awards to support their transportation-related student research through the Dwight David Eisenhower Hispanic-Serving Institutions and Universities Fellowship Program.
More than 50 recent University alumni, including Kimberly Conway, pictured, have entered health professions schools this fall. Conway began veterinary school at UC Davis.
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