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Tuesday, May 16

Our Majestic Lands: California's National Parks

Through June 1. This exhibition gives a look at the profound beauty that has inspired countless adventures into the National Parks of California to witness...

Can China Save Us from Global Warming?

This roundtable will discuss what China can do in the growing absence of American leadership, featuring three leading specialists from different, relevant...

Biostatistics Drop-In Consultation

The Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Unit is a core component of the UC Irvine Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS),...

Relocation of the Rich: Migration in Response to Tax Rate Changes from Spanish Reforms

With David Agrawal, public policy & administration assistant professor, University of Kentucky.

Blockchain and the Implications for Business, Finance and Healthcare

The evening will be filled with education and take away actionable items. Registration required.

Tongku and the Taste of Pain

14th Annual Kiang Lecture featuring Shigehisa Kuriyama, East Asian languages and civilizations professor & chair, Harvard University. Reception 5:00-5:45...

The Spice is Right

A primer on the flavors and cultures of India. With Vinayak Chaturvedi, history assoicate professor. Registration required.

What Matters to Me and Why: Alumni Series featuring Sasha Strauss ’99

This informal, conversational dinner series explores how student experiences have profoundly impacted career paths and life journeys of some of UCI’s many...

After Lives of War, The Southeast Asian Archive Over 30 Years

The exhibit explores the genres, rhetoric, and real effects of wartime documentation and postwar reflection, as carried out by journalists, soldiers,...

Tuesday, May 16