Edward T. Chang, a professor of ethnic studies and founding director of the Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies, featured about his new book, “Pachappa Camp: The First Koreatown in the United States.”
Doug Yanega, senior scientist at UCR's Entomology Research Museum, discusses one of North America's most awe-inspiring entomological events: the septdecennial (meaning once every 17 years) emergence of a swarms of cicadas known as Brood X.
Two bobcat kittens and their mother have been exploring the grounds at UC Riverside’s Botanic Gardens this week. Jodie Holt, director of the gardens, said adult bobcats usually go about their business and hardly interact with people.
Juliann Emmons Allison, who studies the harms from warehouses, said some developers are hoping to pre-empt criticism of their warehouses by installing amenities such as air filtration systems in nearby San Bernardino County homes.
UCR faculty and students discuss Jainism, a little-known, millenniums-old Indian religious and philosophical tradition, as American Jain donors seeks to expand U.S. awareness of this ancient belief system through academia.