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January 18 - February 16, 2020

Saturday, January 18

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Sunday, January 19

7th Annual Pre-Pharmacy Day

Pre-Pharmacy Day is an all-day event where a select number of pharmacy schools are invited to UCI to promote themselves and their excellent PharmD programs....

Tuesday, January 21

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Event Flyer

Does the idea of going to a networking event fill you with dread? Do you want to put your best foot forward with new connections, but aren’t sure about how...

All Our Trials: Prisons, Policing, and the Feminist Fight to End Violence

All Our Trials explores the work of activists who placed criminalized women, and the multiple violences they confronted, at the heart of their organizing....

Wednesday, January 22

ICS Reverse Career Fair

Are you an aspiring ICS student looking to make professional connections with employers? Are you also tired of standing in long lines waiting to get a chance...

Radical Time Travel

Interdisciplinary performance artist and director Denise Uyehara shares insights into her recent collaborative projects: Shooting Columbus, Suenos y...

Campuswide Screening of The North Pole Show Season Two & Talkback

Executive Produced by award-winning actor and activist Rosario Dawson, The North Pole: Season Two is a political comedy web series about four friends in...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Geoff Dyer, Public Reading and Book Signing

Geoff Dyer is the author of four novels and numerous non-fiction books, which have won many literary awards and been translated into 24 languages. His books...

David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes: Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice

Explore a hidden universe through the eyes of the photographic team of David Doubilet and his underwater partner Jennifer Hayes. David Doubilet is one of the...

Thursday, January 23

Aziza Ahmed: Feminism's Medicine - CBGHP Constitutional Book Talks Series

Join Chancellor's Professor Michele Goodwin and Professor Aziza Ahmed for a discussion of her forthcoming book, Feminism's Medicine: Law, Risk, Race, and...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

ACO Seminar Series: Minimum-Weight Combinatorial Structures Under Random Cost-Constraints: Alan Frieze

The Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization Seminar Series is proud to present Alan Frieze (CMU). Talk will be followed by coffee & refreshments.

Jeanne Ross  Principal Research Scientist, MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR)

Designed for Digital: How to Succeed in the Digital Economy. For over five years, Jeanne Ross has studied digital transformations at over 100 big,...

South Coast Repertory Theatre: "Fireflies"

South Coast Repertory Theatre: "Fireflies" By ​​​Donja R. Love Directed by Lou Bellamy Somewhere in the Jim Crow South, the sky burns red. A church bombing...

Friday, January 24

 Southern California Software Engineering Symposium

This one-day symposium brings together researchers, leaders in industry, and technical practitioners to Southern California to discuss trends in the field of...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Informatics Seminar Series: The Joy of Search - Adventures in Teaching Online Research Skills (And Why That’s Important for Software Engineering): Daniel M. Russell

The Informatics Seminar Series is proud to present Daniel M. Russell, Senior Research Scientist for Search Quality and User Happiness, Google. This talk is...

Meditations on the Maghreb

Four scholars on North African art and society, featuring Lia Brozgal, UCLA; Katarzyna Pieprzak, Williams College; Virginie Rey and Laura Klein, UCI. Ian...

Saturday, January 25

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

The Living Earth Show: Hyphen

Hyphen showcases new works written for The Living Earth Show by Iranian electroacoustic music composers of different generations: Alireza Mashayekhi, Aida...

Monday, January 27

Lunar New Year Festival 2020

Special performances to include Japanese drumming, lion dancing, martial arts, Kpop dance, and traditional Chinese dances.

The Secret Power of Music for Dementia

Joshua Grill, Ph.D., Director, UC Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders (UCI MIND) In the battle against Alzheimer’s disease,...

 The 26th Distinguished Lecture Series on Brain, Learning and Memory featuring Dr. Patricia Churchland

The University of California, Irvine Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory and the UCI School of Social Ecology are excited to host the 26th...

Tuesday, January 28

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

CNLM Colloquium Series with Autumn S. Ivy, Ph.D.

Exercise during early life enables memory and synaptic plasticity: role of the epigenome This lecture series is a great opportunity for faculty, students,...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Optimize Your Job Search

With countless resources available online to assist you on your career journey, it’s hard to know which ones are worthwhile. Come learn about useful career...

CLEAR Perspectives | The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race

This session will discuss Neda Maghbouleh's book, The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race. The CLEAR Perspectives...

Wednesday, January 29

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Radical Time Travel

Interdisciplinary performance artist and director Denise Uyehara shares insights into her recent collaborative projects: Shooting Columbus, Suenos y...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

 Tax Policy Colloquium - Tax Limits and the Future of Local Democracy

Ariel Jurow Kleiman, University of San Diego, is the presenter at this session of the Current Issues in Tax Law and Policy Colloquium, which invites leading...

How Worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 Elections and Beyond"

With Bryan Cunningham, Executive Director of Cyber Security Policy & Research Institute at UC Irvine, former Deputy Legal Adviser to then-Nat’l Security...

Thursday, January 30

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Daybreak Dialogues: Adolescent Development & Juvenile Justice

If kids are so smart, why do they do such stupid things? This is an important question because the stupid things kids do often get them into serious trouble,...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

ACO Seminar Series: The Maximum Diameter of Oriented Matroids: Ilan Adler

The Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization Seminar Series is proud to present Ilan Adler (IEOR, Berkeley). Oriented matroids are combinatorial structures...

Computer Science Distinguished Speaker Series: A Theoretical View of Distributed Systems: Nancy Lynch

The Computer Science Distinguished Speaker Series is proud to present Nancy Lynch, NEC Professor of Software Science and Engineering, Department of...

Social Media & Social Movements from Hong Kong to Silicon Valley and Beyond

Moderated by Liz Carter and featuring both authors, with book signing to follow. This event will celebrate the release of two new books by UCI faculty that...

Social Media & Social Movements from Hong Kong to Silicon Valley and Beyond

Focus on continuing crisis in Hong Kong and issues associated with online censorship. Moderated by Liz Carter and featuring both authors, with book signing...

Friday, January 31

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Dissertation Boot Camp

The Dissertation Boot Camp (DBC) is an intensive 3-day writing opportunity for graduate students writing in the dissertation phase of their program. The DBC...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Socio-Legal Studies Workshop: Ian Baran

Ian Baran, Ph.D. candidate in Planning, Policy and Design, UCI School of Social Ecology. "Environmental Justice and Abolitionist Movements" The Socio-Legal...

Informatics Seminar Series: Playful Social Engineering - Technology for Being Together: Katherine Isbister

The Informatics Seminar Series is proud to present Katherine Isbister, Professor, Department of Computational Media, UC Santa Cruz. Talk will be from 2pm to...

Global Game Jam 2020

The Global Game Jam is a 48-hour long event that brings together artists, designers, musicians, engineers, programmers and writers to join a global community...

Humanities Core 4th Annual Arts Gala

Humanities Core celebrates its 4th Annual Arts Competition with an exhibition of student artwork. Students enrolled in this year's Humanities Core cycle,...

Saturday, February 1

Global Game Jam 2020

The Global Game Jam is a 48-hour long event that brings together artists, designers, musicians, engineers, programmers and writers to join a global community...

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity

“Decoration Adjustment For Inclusivity” is an exploration into the image of the American flag and features interpretations and responses to the flag from a...

Adventures in Physics: How Physics makes Superheroes Super

This lively physics show and lecture will entertain children and adults. 1:00pm - Professor Bill Heidbrink and his team will kick off the show...

Saxophones with Strings Attached

Swedish saxophonist Anders Lundegård performs his own compositions alongside classical masterpieces of the 18th- and 20th-century on soprano, alto and...

Sunday, February 2

Global Game Jam 2020

The Global Game Jam is a 48-hour long event that brings together artists, designers, musicians, engineers, programmers and writers to join a global community...

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Monday, February 3

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Artificial Intelligence & Law Colloquium: Mark Lemley

"Remedies for Robots" by Mark Lumley, William H. Neukom Professor of Law, Stanford Law School. Lunch will be provided. This event is pending approval of...

How to Find Funding Opportunities

Join speaker, Dr. Beth Riley to learn about campus resources that students can use to identify external funding opportunities. *Special Note: Attendees...

Symposium on Sinophone Theater

Explore the world of Sinophone theater and opera at this afternoon symposium featuring Tang Shu-wing, a Hong Kong-based theater director whose innovative...

Artificial Intelligence Public Lecture Series: Mark Lemley

Mark Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, will present "You Might Be a Robot." Mark Lemley is the William H. Neukom Professor...

Tuesday, February 4

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

20th Annual Chao Lectureship Community Lecture

"Engineering Solutions to the Problems of Cancer" presented by Dr. Tyler Jacks, Director, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research & David H. Koch...

Macbeth: A Lecture Demonstration by Tang Shu-Wing Theatre Studio, Hong Kong

In this unique lecture-demonstration, artistic director Tang Shu-Wing will discuss this fascinating physical theatre production of Shakespeare’s Scottish...

Wednesday, February 5

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

20th Annual Chao Lectureship- Scientific Lecture

"Dissecting Tumor Evolution at Single Cell Resolution" by Tyler Jacks, PhD, Director, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research & David H. Koch...

Tax Policy Colloquium - Fiscal Therapy: Curing America's Debt Addiction and Investing in the Future

Bill Gale, Brookings Institute, is the presenter at this session of the Current Issues in Tax Law and Policy Colloquium, which invites leading tax scholars...

International Film Club Screening: The Grand Master

The Grand Master (Wong Kar Wai, 2013) Written and directed by Wong Kar Wai, this epic drama tells the story of Ip Man, the Grand Master, whose life is...

The Penelopiad

Margaret Atwood retells Homer’s classic "The Odyssey" from Penelope’s perspective. As Odysseus is indefinitely gone to fight in the infamous Trojan Wars, his...

Thursday, February 6

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Radical Time Travel

Interdisciplinary performance artist and director Denise Uyehara shares insights into her recent collaborative projects: Shooting Columbus, Suenos y...

Cooking with the Professor – Exploring the Foods of Italy with Professors Annalisa Coliva and Marco Panza

Join Annalisa Coliva (Philosophy, UCI) and her husband Marco Panza (Philosophy, Chapman) for an evening exploring the foods of Italy.

The Penelopiad

Margaret Atwood retells Homer’s classic "The Odyssey" from Penelope’s perspective. As Odysseus is indefinitely gone to fight in the infamous Trojan Wars, his...

Friday, February 7

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Socio-Legal Studies Workshop: Ian Baran

The Socio-Legal Studies Workshop is an interdisciplinary seminar that brings together scholars both within and beyond the UCI community working at the...

Informatics Seminar Series: A New Jim Code? Race, Carceral Technoscience, and Liberatory Imagination in Everyday Life: Ruha Benjamin

The Informatics Seminar Seris is proud to present Ruha Benjamin, Associate Professor of African American Studies, Princeton University. This talk is in...

The Penelopiad

Margaret Atwood retells Homer’s classic "The Odyssey" from Penelope’s perspective. As Odysseus is indefinitely gone to fight in the infamous Trojan Wars, his...

Saturday, February 8

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

The 2020 Irvine Brain Bee

The goal of the Irvine Brain Bee is to inspire high school students in Orange County to learn about the brain and provide opportunities for engagement with...

The Penelopiad

Margaret Atwood retells Homer’s classic "The Odyssey" from Penelope’s perspective. As Odysseus is indefinitely gone to fight in the infamous Trojan Wars, his...

Mini Chinese Film Festival Opening Night: Last Train Home

“Last Train Home” (Fan Lixin, 2009) Each year at Chinese New Year’s, 130 million migrant workers make the often arduous journey home from their coastal...

The Penelopiad

Margaret Atwood retells Homer’s classic "The Odyssey" from Penelope’s perspective. As Odysseus is indefinitely gone to fight in the infamous Trojan Wars, his...

Sunday, February 9

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

The Penelopiad

Margaret Atwood retells Homer’s classic "The Odyssey" from Penelope’s perspective. As Odysseus is indefinitely gone to fight in the infamous Trojan Wars, his...

Pacific Symphony, Ravel's Piano Concerto

ARTISTS Carl St.Clair, conductor Alain Lefèvre, piano Pacific Symphony PROGRAM RAVEL: “Le Tombeau de Couperin” RAVEL: Piano Concerto in G Major BERLIOZ:...

Mini Chinese Film Festival; Long Day's Journey into Night

Long Day’s Journey into Night (Bi Gan 2018) Bi Gan’s extraordinary films describes one man’s journey home, after the death of his father. In his hometown,...

Monday, February 10

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Artificial Intelligence & Law Colloquium: Sonia Katyal

“Private Accountability in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” Sonia Katyal, Co-Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology; Distinguished Haas Chair,...

Dine for Success

Proper etiquette is essential for making a favorable impression. Whether interviewing for an academic job, networking at a conference, or simply having lunch...

Mini Chinese Film Festival: The Great Buddha

The Great Buddha (Huang Hsin-Yao 2017) A black comedy and dark social satire shot in black and white, Huang’s film deals with the most marginal people of...

Tuesday, February 11

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Dry and Irritated Eyes

Gavin Herbert's Eye Institute Dr. Marjan Farid will be discussing dry eyes, specifically dy and irritated eyes. Join us for our free seminars where you...

Wednesday, February 12

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

UCI Town and Gown: Curtain Up! Light the Lights!

A Celebration of Theater A conversation with Eli Simon, UCI Chancellor’s Professor of Acting, and Artistic Director of New Swan Shakespeare Festival at UCI....

Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy

Join UCI Law Prof. Rick Hasen for a discussion about his newly released book, Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American...

More Forever: Conrad Tao with Caleb Teicher & Co.

Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Conrad Tao and Caleb Teicher & Company explore American dance traditions set to a new contemporary score. Conrad Tao,...

Thursday, February 13

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

CBGHP Colloquia - Book Talk with Christopher Lehman

Join Chancellor's Professor Michele Goodwin and Professor Christopher P. Lehman in conversation about his latest book, Slavery's Reach: Southern...

Letters from Home

A multimedia solo performance that is a collaboration between Cambodian-American actress Kalean Ung, her father, celebrated Cambodian composer Chinary Ung,...

Opening Reception - Saved: Objects of the Dead

Reception, artist talk and reading. Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an...

GRE Test Preparation

The GRE Test Preparation course will give students the skills and confidence they need to perform well on the GRE exam. This course will teach students about...

Friday, February 14

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Faculty Artist Series: Kei Akagi and Friends

Jazz pianist and composer Kei Akagi will be joined by colleagues Darek Oles (bass) and Jason Harnell (drums) for an evening of modern jazz, with original...

Saturday, February 15

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

Faculty Artist Series: Kei Akagi and Friends

Jazz pianist and composer Kei Akagi will be joined by colleagues Darek Oles (bass) and Jason Harnell (drums) for an evening of modern jazz, with original...

Sunday, February 16

Saved: Objects of the Dead

Saved: Objects of the Dead is a collaborative project by Jody Servon, artist, and Lorene Delany-Ullman, poet. In an increasingly unstable world, we often...

SAT Blitz

The SAT preparation program is specifically designed by test preparation experts, uses actual SAT questions, and provides an easy to follow preparation plan....

January 18 - February 16, 2020