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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...

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....

UCR welcomes Nobel prize winner Barry C. Barish

UC Riverside has signalled its ambition in expanding its award-winning faculty by hiring the 2017 Physics Nobel Prize winner, Barry C. Barish. On Sept....

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Kate Sweeny

Associate Professor of Psychology Kate Sweeny has conducted groundbreaking research on anxiety, worrying, coping and the stress that comes with awaiting news. She has...

A Word of Advice From … Professor Richard Cardullo

Professor Richard Cardullo is a monumental figure at UCR whose name can be heard in all corners of the campus. He began as a...

A Word of Advice From … Professor Walter A. Clark

UC Riverside Musicology Professor Walter A. Clark is making international headlines after being conferred knighthood from Spain in June of 2016. Though, prior to...

“A Word of Advice From … Professor Katie Ford”

Aside from being a professor of creative writing at UC Riverside, Katie Ford is an American poet who has published a wide array of...

UCR philosopher professor and Holocaust survivor Bernd Magnus, dies

Bernd Magnus, UCR professor emeritus of philosophy and Holocaust survivor, died Nov. 3. Magnus was born in Danzig, Germany where he and his family...

The Freshman Fifteen: Did You Know?

1. Did you know that all of the campus housing options are named after regions of Scotland? Aberdeen, Bannockburn, Oban, Pentland Hills and the rest...

Writing cannot be graded by technology

“You are smarter than a calculator,” elementary school teachers often tell their students. “The human mind is a wonderful tool.” But as academic technology...