UC Riverside research could eventually lead to advances in pulmonary healthcare

Scientists are just beginning to understand the mechanics of the lung

By Holly Ober | | Science / Technology

2018 Athletics Hall of Fame Inductee: Melissa Sanchez

RIVERSIDE, Calif.—When Melissa Sanchez saw the 951 area code pop up on her phone a few months ago, she had a feeling it was someone from UC Riverside. However, she wasn't expecting the news that awaited her. Sanchez, who graduated from UCR in 2006, would be inducted into the 2018...

By Quinn Roberts | | Athletics

Men's Soccer Wins First Big West Conference Championship

RIVERSIDE, Calif.—The loud, raucous roars resonated throughout UCR Soccer Stadium Saturday, Nov. 10 as Daniel Castaneda belted the deciding penalty kick past UC Davis goalie Jon Laughlin, giving the Highlanders their first Big West Conference Championship in school history. The second the ball went past Laughlin to give UCR the...

By Quinn Roberts | | Athletics

Climate change is worsening, but population control isn't the answer

Jade S. Sasser's new book highlights contemporary population control’s consequences for poor women in the Global South

By Tess Eyrich | | Social Science / Education