Francisco J. Ayala Scholars
The Francisco J. Ayala Scholars were established in 2010 to honor the professional integrity, research accomplishments and dedication to the scientific investigation of ethical issues of Francisco J. Ayala, a founding member of the UCI Ethics Center. The Ayala Scholars will be awarded to young scholars, including UCI undergraduate students and high school students in the local community, who participate with distinction in the UCI Ethics Center intern program. The honorific scholarships offer an intellectual community, involvement in scholarly projects with Ethics Center faculty, and professional mentoring for those interested in ethical concerns in any of the fields represented at the Ethics Center. Interested applicants should contact Sandra Cushman, Program Manager, at SCushman@UCI.Edu or 949-824-3344 for details, including information on how to apply to become an Ethics Center intern and a Francisco J. Ayala Scholar. Contributions to the Francisco J. Ayala Scholars Program may be made via the e-giving link (at left on website) or directly to Sandra Cushman, Ethics Center Program Manager, Social Science Plaza A, UCI, Irvine, CA 92697.