Anteater Spirit: Student Activism That (Re)shaped UCI, 1965 to Now explores six decades of campus activism at UC Irvine. Ranging from anti-war protests in the 1960s to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exhibit chronicles the integral role of students in shaping campus spaces, curriculum, and culture, revisiting how each generation mobilized to increase campus representation and improve student life. This exhibitwill be on display in the Langson Library from November 2022 through April 2023 during regular library hours.
Artificial Intelligence at UCI and Beyond explores the transformational branch of computer science that is increasingly influencing the ways we live and work. From autonomous vehicles to business intelligence, this exhibit showcases some of the AItechnologies and research models allowing computer systems to learn from experience, operate autonomously, and perform human-like tasks.
The exhibit is now on display on the 2nd floor of Science Library during regular library hours. Visit the exhibit page for hours and parking information.
Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Places, Faces exhibit explores the cultural, economic, and political landscape of Orange County from its inception through World War II. Covering this period of changing demographics and cultural norms, this exhibit shares the stories of the spaces, places, and faces that transformed rural Orange County to a thriving metropolis.
The exhibit will be on display in the main lobby of Langson Library during regular library hours until mid-October 2022. Visit the exhibit page for hours and parking information.
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