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Thursday, May 26

Speaking Up: Fifty Years of Student Publications at UCI

Showcasing a variety of student-generated writing throughout the history of the campus. Curated by Steve MacLeod, public services librarian; and Laura Uglean...

Certifying a Crash-Safe File System

With Frans Kaashoek, electrical engineering & computer science, Charles Piper Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This talk describes how...

Blood Drive

The UCI campus blood donor center provides blood and platelets to the patients at UCI Medical Center. More than 1,000 units of blood are needed each month...

M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, Part II

Also at Room Gallery and Contemporary Arts Center Gallery.

Behind the Scenes: Translating Research into Policy and Practice

With Ryken Grattet, sociology professor, UC Davis; and Tom Kecskemethy, executive director, The American Academy of Political and Social Science. RSVP by May...

The Role of Land Use in Climate Change

With Natalie M. Mahowald, Earth & atmospheric science professor, Cornell University. Reception to follow. RSVP by May 23.

Is it About Islam? How to Talk Responsibly About Religious Conflict

With Jack Miles, English distinguised professor; and Amir Hussain, theological studies professor, Loyola Marymount University.

The Widowmaker (USA, 2015)

Cardiology panel discussion to follow. Featuring cardiologists, heart attack survivors and lawmakers, "The Widowmaker" will change the way you think about...

7th Annual Veteran Appreciation Dinner

With Aaron Anderson, trade compliance associate, PIMCO. RSVP required by May 20.

How Did China Get So Big? Redefining the Realm and its Subjects, ca 1680-1850

With Kenneth Pomeranz, modern Chinese history University professor, University of Chicago. RSVP required by May 15.

Kiang Lecture: How Did China Get So Big? Redefining the Realm and its Subjects, ca 1680-1850

With Kenneth Pomeranz, history professor, The University of Chicago. Reception 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm. RSVP required by May 15.

Thursday, May 26