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The School of Public Policy announces a BA/MPP five-year program set to launch in...

UCR’s School of Public Policy announced the creation of a new program that will allow students to obtain both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s of public policy in five years. The program is...

Distinguished UCR African-American history professor passes away

Dr. Sterling Stuckey, historian, professor emeritus in the Department of History and author of numerous African American historical research articles, passed away on Aug. 15. As a notable academic, Stuckey held the position of...

BCOE receives $750,000 grant to increase number of STEM transfer students

The Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) at UCR recently received a $750,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research to increase the number of STEM students who transfer from a community...

UCR Multidisciplinary Research Building opens following Friday dedication

On Friday Jan. 11, UCR’s Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB1) was officially opened for campus use following a formal dedication led by Chancellor Kim Wilcox, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Cynthia Larive and UCR architect...

UCR Graduate School of Education offers “debt-free” special education degrees

The Graduate School of Education (GSOE) created the Special Education Scholars Program (SESP) last January in the efforts to address shortages of special education teachers in the Inland Empire. According to the California Department of...

Simulation helps train faculty to better recognize psychological distress in students

For the past three years, UCR faculty and staff have utilized an online training simulation designed to help people identify and respond to students who may be experiencing psychological distress. The software, called “At-Risk...

Cortez Basic Aid and Needs Referendum takes center stage at ASUCR Senate meeting

On May 15, the seventh ASUCR Senate meeting of the quarter was called to order at 6:33 p.m. During senator reports, President Pro Tempore and CHASS Senator Julian Gonzalez addressed the recent shooting threat directed...

University of California files brief in Supreme Court challenging recission of DACA

On Friday, Sept. 27, the University of California (UC) filed a brief in the Supreme Court challenging the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In September of...

UCR experiences a number of outages to both wired and wireless internet services

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, UCR experienced an outage to both wired and wireless internet services and on Tuesday, Nov. 5, intermittent campus outages occurred to wired and wireless internet services. In an interview with The...

Dining Services highlights the sustainable and fair trade coffee options available on campus

Over the past year, UCR Housing, Dining & Hospitality Services has introduced a variety of fair trade and sustainable coffee options to the many dining facilities on campus. According to the Dining Services website, fair...