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First Great White Shark newborn possibly captured on camera

ABC10 News San Diego |
Phillip Sternes, a UCR graduate student, and his photographer friend, Carlos Gauna, have become the first two people to document a newborn Great White shark in the wild.
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Newly discovered roundworm species could help limit pesticide use

ABC10 News San Diego |
UCR nematology professor Adler Dillman's laboratory discovered a beneficial new species of tiny worm that could serve as an alternative to pesticides. 
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Queer Catholic Wedding in San Diego

Love Inc. |
Kori K. R. Pacyniak, doctoral student, teaching assistant, and associate instructor with UCR’s Department for the Study of Religion and Gender and Sexuality Studies Department spoke with Love Inc. regarding an announcement by the Vatican that seems to be an attempt to welcome the LGBTQ+ community.
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Students panic after new financial aid application blocks them: ‘I don’t know who to call’

Cal Matters |
CalMatters' story about a college financial aid glitch affecting the children of immigrants quotes Jose Aguilar, UCR's financial aid director.
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Another Big Question About AI: Its Carbon Footprint

Mother Jones |
Mother Jones quotes Shaolei Ren, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, in a story about AI's carbon footprint.
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UC Riverside PRIME Supports Women, Diversity and Cultural Competency in Healthcare

Black Voice News |
Diversifying the healthcare workforce: Cheyenne Page and Damola Adeyemo are first-year medical students enrolled in UCR’s Program in Medical Education (PRIME), designed to train future doctors to specifically serve the Inland Empire’s African, Black, and Caribbean communities.
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How To Know If Applied Behavior Analysis Or Alternative Treatments Are Best For Your Child With Autism

LAist |
An LAist story about the use of Applied Behavior Analysis for autism quotes School of Education autism expert Jan Blacher.
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Want To Have A Say In The Future Of LA’s Trees? Here’s How

LAist |
In a story about Southern California "urban forests," LAist references a study by UCR's Dion Kucera and Darrel Jenerette that shows the protective effect of income from climate change has eroded in the past 40 years.