June 4, 2019

Henry and Susan Samueli Give $100 million to Expand UCLA’s Engineering School

The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has received its largest gift ever: $100 million from longtime supporters Henry and Susan Samueli. The gift, made through the Samueli Foundation, will be used to spur the engineering school’s planned expansion, which is to continue well into the next decade and is its most significant growth since the school was founded in 1945.

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June 3, 2019

Santa Ana Health Clinic Provides Alternative Treatments and Preventive Care to the Uninsured

When Gloria Huerta first walked into the weight-management clinic at the UCI Family Health Center in Santa Ana about six months ago, she was struggling with diabetes, depression and knee pain. The 57-year-old homemaker, who does not have health insurance, said her doctor told her that unless she made a few lifestyle changes, she would need to take insulin for the rest of her life.

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December 4, 2018

National Experts: Forming STEM Ecosystems is Top Priority

Acting on recommendations of top national education experts, the federal government Tuesday issued the “Charting A Course for Success: America’s Strategy for STEM Education,” listing participation of all Americans in STEM ecosystems as a top priority.

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November 30, 2018

Tel Aviv University’s New Susan and Henry Samueli Engineering Building Creates A New Model for Academy-Industry Ties

One of Tel Aviv University’s most ambitious collaborations to date is being realized through the vision of Prof. Henry Samueli, co-founder and CTO of semiconductor giant Broadcom Inc., and his wife Dr. Susan Samueli. The new R&D center for Broadcom being built on the TAU campus will be dedicated in their name. The Building is unique in that it will house Broadcom engineers and TAU professors and students – all under one roof.

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May 1, 2018

OC High School Esports League Concludes Extraordinary Inaugural Season

Under leadership of the Samueli Foundation, League to expand this fall after witnessing hundreds of high schoolers who were fully immersed in their own growth and education while battling rival teams for top honors.