Nap Pods, New SEAA Curator, Annual Report, and More
As another busy quarter comes to an end, UCI Libraries stays committed to serving our patrons. Throughout the term, it has been a joy to see students, faculty, and staff once again filling our facilities, taking advantage of our study spaces, and enjoying our campus and community programming. UCI Libraries continues to be an important partner in connecting knowledge, information, and people.
As we reflect on another successful season, I am pleased to share the latest edition of the UCI Libraries Annual Report, with stories about how the Libraries serve our community and thrive as the heart of the UCI campus. You'll find highlights from this year's report below. I also invite you to view the full report online or stop by our Libraries to pick up a print copy.
UCI Libraries collaborated with faculty and staff in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences to help launch the PharmD program and provide students with the necessary resources to succeed in their coursework.
This exhibit spotlights key AI historical figures and milestones, AI researchers and initiatives at UCI, and the ethical challenges of AI systems. It will be on display on the 2nd floor of the Science Library through February 2023 during regular library hours.
This exhibit explores explores six decades of campus activism at UC Irvine, ranging from anti-war protests in the 1960s to the COVID-19 pandemic and revisiting how each generation mobilized to increase campus representation and improve student life. It will be on display in the main lobby of Langson Library through April 2023 during regular library hours.