Electrifying Music celebrates the life and legacy of Remi Gassmann, an American composer and pioneer in electronic sound and music. Best known for his innovative ballet scores and his soundtrack to Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds, Gassmann helped introduce twentieth-century audiences to new musical aesthetics and compositional styles and championed the emerging works of his contemporaries.
Insight Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education, has recognized UCI Libraries for its dedication to diversity, inclusion, and access. Learn more about our commitment to serving UCI’s diverse campus and surrounding community.
UCI Libraries has awarded two visiting scholars—Emily Mitamura, a PhD candidate from the University of Minnesota, and Danny Thanh Nguyen, a writer based in San Francisco—the Southeast Asian Archive (SEAA) Anne Frank Visiting Researcher Award. Named in honor of Anne Frank, the archive’s founding librarian who retired in 2007, the is intended to defray the cost of traveling to Irvine, California to conduct hands-on research within the archive.
Five UC Irvine undergraduate students were recognized with the Nellie Ansley Reeves Awards for their outstanding senior theses. The 2023 awards include theses in the areas of English, pediatrics, chemistry, computer science, and molecular biology.