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Thursday, October 15

Road to Reinvention 2020: Leadership in the Digital Age

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting Road to Reinvention 2020 as a virtual event. Road to Reinvention is unlike other conferences. We bring...

8am
Virtual Event
Executive Panel on Leadership Strategies: Minimizing Unconscious Bias

Global executives discuss how implicit bias plays a key role in organizations, and how the development of cultural competencies is critical for limiting its...

10am
Virtual Event
Connect the Cops: Mapping Gendered Police Violence Across Punitive Contexts

Does the grassroots demand to defund the police include systems of policing in prisons, schools, homes, and healthcare? How can defunding the police across...

3pm
Virtual Event
Drama: Arts & Innovation Series

UCI Drama Professor Joel Veenstra and Kim Scott, a Las Vegas-based live entertainment technical education and sourcing consultant, bring a series of...

3pm
Virtual Event
Toward Social Justice: New Books by Latinx Scholars

Latinx faculty discuss ways to advance social justice and inclusive policies for Latinx communities. Discussion, 3-4 p.m. PT, followed by audience...

GMAT Live-Online Test Preparation

Our GMAT test preparation program provides a thorough review of all tested math and verbal skills. This includes all three sections of the GMAT including...

4pm
Virtual Event
Statistics Seminar Series: An introduction to Proximal Causal Learning: Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen

The Statistics Seminar Series is proud to present Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen, Luddy Family President’s Distinguished Professor, Professor of Statistics, Wharton...

4pm
Virtual Event
 Shakespeare’s First Folio: How It Was Made

Presented by UCI Libraries, UCI Illuminations and UCI New Swan Shakespeare Center, join us for a virtual lecture by Andrea Mays, who will share the story of...

5pm
Virtual Event
Intersecting Realities: Health, Race, and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow

Part three of the UCI Humanities Center 1619 Project. Speakers: Sabrina Strings (Sociology) Candice Taylor Lucas (Health Sciences) Michele Goodwin (Law)...

5pm
Virtual Event
Shakespeare’s First Folio with Andrea Mays

Did you know that Shakespeare’s First Folio, the edition of his collected works published in 1623, was not only vital in saving half of Shakespeare’s plays...

5pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, October 15