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Undergraduate event showcases a robotic coat, Italian singing techniques, snakebite cures, invisibility stickers and hundreds of other student projects

UCI student entrepreneurs do battle in business plan competition

12 winning teams share $100,000 in cash, prizes at annual event

Head of Shoah Foundation to detail Holocaust holography work in public UCI talk

EVENT:  Stephen Smith, executive director of the Shoah Foundation, will share his progress on digitizing the stories of Holocaust survivors using interactive, three-dimensional exhibits and holograms that live on long after the storytellers have died. WHEN/WHERE:  5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, The Paul Merage School of Business auditorium (bldg. 222, grid F10 on campus map: https://communications.uci.edu/documents/pdf/UCI_15_map_campus_core.pdf) INFORMATION:  Media […]

Purposeful play

Anteater Equity Games promote inclusivity – and fun, of course

UCI teams vie for more than $100,000 in prizes at 2016 Business Plan Competition finals

EVENT:  Thirty-seven teams participating in the Paul Merage School of Business 2016 Business Plan Competition at UCI Applied Innovation will make their final pitches judges representing faculty and community business leaders. More than $100,000 in prizes will be awarded to winning teams in nine categories. This funding, and further support from UCI’s Applied Innovation, will […]

Global Food Summit at UCI to address sustainable solutions to feeding the world

EVENT:  Global Food Summit: Sustainable Solutions is the second of a two-part Global Food Security conference held at University of California, Irvine. Internationally renowned food security leaders, practitioners and academics will address critical topics, ranging from global efforts to improve agriculture to the promise of technological advances. For full list of events, go to: http://blumcenter.uci.edu/gfs/ WHEN/WHERE: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. […]

UCI to host symposium, exhibits on legacy of architect William Pereira

EVENT: “California Modern: Irvine Style” will explore the master plans for UCI and Irvine in relation to American modernism and higher education and early 1960s Utopianism. The symposium and exhibits aim to define the legacy and influence of architect William Pereira (1909-1985), who designed the campus and city. WHEN/WHERE: April 18-25 at UCI’s Student Center (bldg. 113, grid […]

Match Day: The day they became doctors

UCI’s graduating medical students look to the future on March 18 as they learn where their careers will start

UCI names 18 recipients of 46th annual Lauds & Laurels awards

Michael P. Clark gets Extraordinarius honor; celebration is May 12

Former PIMCO CEO to discuss politics, markets at UCI

EVENT:  Mohamed El-Erian, former PIMCO CEO and author of the newly released The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability & Avoiding the Next Collapse, will talk politics, policies and markets in a three-person panel at UCI. El-Erian is a frequent commentator on the post-2008 financial crisis, the sovereign debt and eurozone crisis, and political upheavals […]