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Luiza Osorio G. Silva, a UC Irvine assistant professor of art history holding a replica coffin and a homemade mummy she has owned since childhood.

Bringing ancient Egypt to life

Professor uses pop culture to demystify pharaohs, pyramids and more

Health fair draws local residents

UC Irvine provides free screenings, resources at community clinic

This rendering of the “Plein-Air en Plein Air” installation features an image of Granville Redmond’s painting “California Landscape with Flowers,” circa 1931, oil on canvas, 32 x 80 in., projected onto the Social Science Lab building. The artwork is a gift from The Irvine Museum to UC Irvine’s Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art.

Art as rarely experienced

‘Plein-Air en Plein Air’ installation to feature Langson IMCA paintings projected onto campus buildings

Hikers pad along a trail during a wellness walk in the UCI Ecological Preserve.

Take a walk on the wild side

UCI Ecological Preserve champions biodiversity and community engagement in Irvine

ZotGPT infographic

UC Irvine launches customized generative artificial intelligence tool

ZotGPT Chat enables faculty and staff to explore AI in a secure environment

Mechanical engineering major Ozzy Aidan Sanchez-Aldana and the workshop where he works on unmanned aerial vehicles.

The sky’s the limit

Undergraduate paves the way for a future career in space exploration

Clare Dasilva (left, in gold dress) and Gabby Rodriguez (right, in blue sweater) congratulate Betty Tesfaye (center), who will be going to New York University for a residency in pediatrics.

A match made in medicine

Graduating UCI medical students learn at festive ceremony where they will first practice as doctors

From left: Bernadette Boden-Albala, Dyonne Bergeron and Tamara Inoue

Formidable females

UCI’s ‘kickass women’ define excellence in leadership

Michaela Mohrmann at UCI’s Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art.

Scenic spirituality

UCI exhibition explores role of faith in California landscape paintings

Rupert Whitehead, a trombonist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, plays next to Terry Taylor, who had a stroke three years ago and whose right eye was affected by Bell’s palsy after a COVID-19 shot. Taylor, who also has spells of vertigo, wears a shirt that says, “I’m not clumsy. I’m performing random gravity checks.”

Music as medicine

UCI collaborates with London orchestra on stroke rehabilitation program