UCI Health Affairs Town Hall on COVID-19 Updates ✚

Join UCI Health Affairs Town Hall on COVID-19 Updates Friday, August 13 Noon to 1 p.m. Faculty and staff are invited to join an all-UCI town hall on COVID-19 updates, including the latest on the delta variant, featuring Dr. Susan Huang, Director of Epidemiology and Infection Prevention, UCI Health, and Ramona Agrela, Associate Chancellor and [...]

UCI Health Affairs Town Hall on COVID-19 Updates ✚2021-08-10T08:21:07-07:00

ALUM KELLY PERINE | Thee Who Hesitates ♥

Thee Who Hesitates by Kelly Perine, MFA '98   Actor/Writer Kelly Perine's Docu-Narrative on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy within the African-American community and other communities of color. __ On April 24th, 2021, I got my 2nd vaccination shot. I'd been locked down like the rest of the world, for over a year. Now mere [...]

ALUM KELLY PERINE | Thee Who Hesitates ♥2021-07-28T08:46:36-07:00

From the Cosmos to COVID-19, a Career in Science Journalism ★

From the Cosmos to COVID-19, a Career in Science Journalism Nicholas St. Fleur | Science Journalist April 21, 2021 5:00PM - 6:00PM PT REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR As a New York Times science journalist, Nicholas has covered the cosmos, dinosaurs, evolution and humanity's ancient past. In this talk, Nicholas will speak to what it's like writing [...]

From the Cosmos to COVID-19, a Career in Science Journalism ★2021-04-14T15:38:59-07:00

Confronting Anti-AAPI Hate in the Pre- and Post-Covid Era ♥ ★ ✚

Confronting Anti-AAPI Hate in the Pre- and Post-Covid Era with Kevin Nadal Activist and Professor, Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and The Graduate Center, City University of New York Bill Maurer Dean, School of Social Sciences, and Professor, Anthropology and Law, UCI Jeanett Castellanos Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies, and Professor, School of Social [...]

Confronting Anti-AAPI Hate in the Pre- and Post-Covid Era ♥ ★ ✚2021-04-01T10:35:30-07:00

VOICE: Through Our Eyes, Hear Our Stories: COVID-19 & Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚

VOICE (Visualizing Our Identities and Cultures for Empowerment) "Through Our Eyes, Hear Our Stories: COVID-19 & Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities" A UCI PhotoVoice Student Exhibition and Presentation Wednesday, March 31, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Watch Event Recording Photovoice, described as "ethical photography for social change," seeks to capture and share compelling images and stories [...]

VOICE: Through Our Eyes, Hear Our Stories: COVID-19 & Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚2021-04-02T16:32:21-07:00

The LA Chinatown massacre podcast series – “Blood On Gold Mountain” ★ ✚

The LA Chinatown massacre podcast series – “Blood On Gold Mountain” March 24 - August 31 Listen: https://www.scrippscollege.edu/events/venue/online-podcast  This multi-episode podcast series about the 1871 LA Chinatown massacre commemorates the worst mass race lynching on the West Coast, when at least 20 Chinese immigrants were killed in one night by a crowd of about 500 [...]

The LA Chinatown massacre podcast series – “Blood On Gold Mountain” ★ ✚2021-03-31T14:22:08-07:00

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VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities Department: Humanities Center Date and Time: March 17, 2021 | 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Event Location: Zoom Event Details Join us as UCI students present a photovoice exhibition called VOICE (Visualizing Our Identities and Culture for Empowerment) on the impact of COVID-19 [...]

« Home Page VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚2021-03-15T13:26:14-07:00

TEEN VOGUE | COVID Anniversary Anxiety Is Real — Here’s How to Cope ✚

COVID Anniversary Anxiety Is Real — Here’s How to Cope Teen Vogue | March 12, 2021 Roxane Cohen Silver, PhD, a professor of psychological science, medicine, and public health at University of California Irvine, has led multiple studies examining the mental health impact of national disasters, and in September testified to Congress on the “cascading collective trauma” effect [...]

TEEN VOGUE | COVID Anniversary Anxiety Is Real — Here’s How to Cope ✚2021-03-17T10:49:12-07:00

LA TIMES | L.A. is primed for disaster, but COVID-19 took it to another level ♥ ✚

L.A. is primed for disaster, but COVID-19 took it to another level Denise Martinez of Costa Mesa kneels in prayer in front of the closed Huntington Beach Pier in April.(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) LA Times | March 11, 2021 “It’s the horrendous loss of life, the horrendous loss of livelihood, [...]

LA TIMES | L.A. is primed for disaster, but COVID-19 took it to another level ♥ ✚2021-03-11T14:03:54-08:00

Faculty Equity in a Time of COVID ✚

Please join us during Women's History month for one or more of the events below in celebration of 20 years of NSF ADVANCE and 30 years of the NSF Division of Human Resource Development. You need to register in advance for the webinar.  We plan on recording these seminars and panels and hope to make them available to those who cannot attend [...]

Faculty Equity in a Time of COVID ✚2021-03-09T08:27:52-08:00
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