Two Months to Election Day – Are We Prepared? ♥

  Tuesday, September 8, 2020 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Zoom Webinar This webinar brings together experts in elections and election law to consider whether the United States is prepared to run a fair, safe, and legitimate election process in the midst of the pandemic. Among the topics for discussion are the role of absentee [...]

Two Months to Election Day – Are We Prepared? ♥2020-08-24T09:54:12-07:00

Women and the Vote – Past, Present and Future ♥★

Join us for a celebration of the 19th Amendment and a thought-provoking discussion about why the women’s vote matters today more than ever. The upcoming elections will be seen through the prism of the pandemic; understanding the impact of COVID-19 on women is vital. Our fascinating and influential panelists will discuss the value of gender [...]

Women and the Vote – Past, Present and Future ♥★2020-08-06T15:06:36-07:00

From Police Reform to a New Public Safety Model – What do legal scholars have to say about the broken parts of our systems? ♥

From Police Reform to a New Public Safety Model – What do legal scholars have to say about the broken parts of our systems?  Monday, August 17 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm  Virtual Event The UC Irvine Law Review, the Center for Policing Equity, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund are pleased to invite you to participate [...]

From Police Reform to a New Public Safety Model – What do legal scholars have to say about the broken parts of our systems? ♥2020-08-12T10:35:59-07:00

HRTalks: Focus on the “Next Normal” ♥✚

HRTalks: Focus on the “Next Normal” According to a recent study, “65% of people said they would feel uncomfortable returning to the workplace.” (Source: Qualtrics, April 2020) Take a deeper dive into why company culture, staff safety, well-being, and understanding matters more than ever. Management’s understanding, approach, and readiness for today’s new normal will be [...]

HRTalks: Focus on the “Next Normal” ♥✚2020-07-01T10:37:35-07:00

Coronavirus Support Webinar Series | Developing Grit: Strategies for Success in Work and Life ✚

Grit is mental toughness. Grit is the ability to persevere to achieve difficult long-term goals. Grit is strongly associated with success in personal and professional life. Grit involves several elements: passion and purpose, development of habits and coping with unpleasant emotions such as fear, discouragement or embarrassment. This course will examine the nature of grit [...]

Coronavirus Support Webinar Series | Developing Grit: Strategies for Success in Work and Life ✚2020-06-04T14:43:37-07:00

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚

The UCI Center for Population, Inequality, and Policy presents Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 Tuesday, June 9 6:00 p.m. Webinar REGISTER: https://ucisocsci.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_16JYyrmCS06VmNQ2vVvCmg Panel discussion with:  Andrew Noymer, Associate Professor, Public Health, UCI Daniel Parker, Assistant Professor, Public Health, UCI Dana Mukamel, Professor, Medicine, UCI and Director, iTEQC Research Program And special guests: [...]

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚2020-06-05T10:37:39-07:00

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚

UCI Center for Population, Inequality, and Policy  Presents presents Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 Tuesday, June 9 | 6:00 PM | Webinar Register:  https://ucisocsci.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_16JYyrmCS06VmNQ2vVvCmg panel discussion with Andrew Noymer Assoc. Professor, UCI Public Health Daniel Parker Assistant Professor, UCI Public Health Dana Mukamel Professor, UCI Medicine, Director, iTEQC Research Program and special [...]

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚2020-06-08T09:42:36-07:00

School of Medicine | Stand Against Racism: A Call-to-Action ♥ ★ ✚

Dear Community, Today, our hearts are broken.  As two members of a small number of African-American faculty in the UCI School of Medicine, we find ourselves in tears yet again. We are filled with sadness, anger, and frustration. Emotions that truly are not served well by these words alone as we reflect on painful thoughts [...]

School of Medicine | Stand Against Racism: A Call-to-Action ♥ ★ ✚2020-07-23T08:52:55-07:00

Parkside Chats: Compassion Fatigue ✚

Parkside Chats: Compassion Fatigue How to stay happy when overloaded with sadness during the pandemic   DATE Fri, 06/05/2020 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm LOCATION Zoom Webinar DETAILS Join us for Parkside Chats featuring Dean Nancy Guerra and Richard Matthew, associate dean of the School of Social Ecology, professor of urban planning and public policy and director of the UCI Blum [...]

Parkside Chats: Compassion Fatigue ✚2020-06-05T09:17:22-07:00

Voting Rights and Election Integrity at the Time of COVID-19 ♥

"Voting Rights and Election Integrity at the Time of COVID-19" Presented by: Richard L. Hasen, Chancellor's Prof. of Law in conversation with Prof. Henry Weinstein. Hosted by: Veronica Gray, Partner, Nossaman LLP and UCI Law Board of Visitors Member June 4th: 12:00 - 1:00 PM (PST) RSVP HERE MCLE credit will be offered. Zoom info [...]

Voting Rights and Election Integrity at the Time of COVID-19 ♥2020-05-15T15:14:40-07:00
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