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UC Board of Regents Student Advisor position possibly in peril

A recent email from Edward G. Huang, student advisor to the UC regents, was circulated to UC campus newspapers and student leaders to highlight...

Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development to retire from UCR

Dr. Michael Pazzani has been UCR’s Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development since 2012, a role in which he was in responsible for...

Grappling with gun violence: an unclear prescription for a painful diagnosis

A man with a history of unchecked mental instability, an unassuming facade, hyperbolized aggression toward an unjust world and, of course, a gun, walks...

Former Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs James Sandoval violated UC sexual harassment policy

A 298-page investigative report released by the UC Office of the President details a pattern of inappropriate behavior in direct violation of the UC’s...

UCOP Report identifies former Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs James Sandoval’s history of sexual...

James Sandoval, the former vice chancellor of student affairs who abruptly retired from UCR in Dec. 2017 shortly after being placed on administrative leave,...

Inland Empire Poverty Summit examines local economic hardship

The Inland Empire Poverty Summit was a conference held jointly by the UCR Blum Initiative on Global and Regional Poverty, a research program dedicated...

ASUCR approves new Judicial Council, dorm additions in the works

The fourth ASUCR senate meeting of the quarter took place on Wednesday, Oct. 17 in HUB 221 at 6:30 p.m. in order to discuss...

AFSCME bargaining still deadlocked, UC Patient Care Technical workers vote to strike

According to a press release from Friday, Oct. 12, “AFSCME Local 3299, announced ... that the University’s Patient Care Technical workers will be staging...

ASUCR holds first meeting of the quarter, CNAS vacancy filled

ASUCR held its first meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, Oct. 3, and started the quarter off by filling the vacant CNAS senator position...

Nobel prize-winning chemist Richard Schrock joins UCR faculty

The production of fuel, detergents and pharmaceutical medications all owe their environmentally friendly production processes to the work of UCR incoming Professor of Chemistry...