UCI researchers across campus take an inclusive, collaborative approach to working in local areas
About This Issue: As students, faculty and staff return to campus this fall after 18 months of remote instruction, we highlight a few of UCI’s “Changemakers” – from researchers fostering lasting community partnerships (page 18) to artists using various mediums to move society (page 26) to literary journalism students amplifying Black voices (page 34). Please note that safety standards have continually evolved throughout the pandemic and that photos reflect appropriate standards at the time taken. Some of the photos in this issue predate the pandemic, so practices such as social distancing and using face coverings had not yet been recommended by public health agencies.
UCI professor drives across America in search of its Latino soul
Originally published in fall 2021 issue of UCI Magazine Dante Alighieri closed Inferno, his poetic vision of hell and the first canticle of his 14th-century epic The Divine Comedy, with a luminous line: “And then we came out again to see the stars.” For Dante, the exit path is poetry itself – he seeks consolation […]