International Studies News

In California governor’s race, incumbent Jerry Brown chases fourth term; GOP rival seeks to rebrand party

Louis DeSipio, Chicano/Latino studies and political science professor, is quoted by Fox News Latino Oct. 10, 2014

Fall 2014 welcome from Bill Maurer, social sciences dean

Highlights from 2013 and a look ahead

The controversy over a virtual Hajj for Muslims

Tom Boellstorff, anthropology professor, is quoted in Slate Oct. 7, 2014

When it comes to popular protest, success is measured in the long term

On op-ed by Yang Su, sociology associate professor, is featured in the South China Morning Post Oct. 6, 2014

Motherhood has long-term effect on wages, occupational status, UCI study finds

Professional penalty is lighter in countries with subsidized child care

New faculty bring diverse expertise and experience to social sciences

Interests span financial risk, behavioral economics, culture, race and politics, conflict management, biodiversity, and international migration

Race, spanking, and shame: Dimensions of corporal punishment

An op-ed by Jennifer Lee, sociology professor, is featured in The Society Pages September 22, 2014

Criminal immigrants?

Research by Rubén Rumbaut, sociology professor, is featured in Reason.com September 7, 2014

Why Mexican-Americans do better than others academically

Research by Jennifer Lee, sociology professor, is featured by Psychology Today Blog September 7, 2014

Immigrants feel frustrated, betrayed by Obama delay

Louis DeSipio, Chicano/Latino studies and political science professor, is quoted by The Arizona Republic and USA Today September 7, 2014