This week in the Highlander Newsroom, we discuss the ASUCR elections, talk about ways students can save water after California Governor Jerry Brown’s drought announcement, and get excited over this year’s Spring Splash lineup. Be sure to catch the Highlander […]Read more ›
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Food truck fans are expected to flock once again toward the HUB Plaza, Bell Tower and Rivera walkway on April 15, as the UCR Housing, Dining and Residential Services in collaboration with ASUCR will host the Fourth Annual Food Truck […]Read more ›
Five UCR students were each selected to receive $1,500 grants under UC President Janet Napolitano’s new UC-wide Sustainability Fellowship and Internship Program. In less than three weeks, UCR received 38 student proposals vying for these fellowships, more than the number […]Read more ›
UCR researchers have made strides in preparing a battery with 10 times more power than conventional batteries for commercialization. The research team has found a way to combat the lithium-sulfur (Li-S) battery’s short lifespan, one of the major obstacles to […]Read more ›
Distinguished biogeochemistry professor Timothy Lyons has been honored as a 2015 Geochemical Fellow by the Geochemical Society (GS) and the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG). He is one of 10 professors this year to be selected from different universities around […]Read more ›
UCR has recently announced a series of workshops to discuss student feelings toward the overall design of the campus, intending to gauge students’ investment in the layout of the campus, as well as giving them an opportunity to air their […]Read more ›
UCR will award five students a $1,500 fellowship to develop a sustainability project which will contribute to a reduction of greenhouse gases or educate the campus community about carbon neutrality. The deadline for the application is Feb. 13 with the […]Read more ›