Latest News Articles for April 22nd, 2020

This is how our economy can survive the pandemic

Economist Gloria González-Rivera offers insight on how to limit damage

UC Riverside freshman builds computers for high school students in need

Computer science student helps ensure Covid-19 pandemic won’t hinder academic success in his community

By Holly Ober | | Science / Technology, Students

What's driving governors' lockdown decisions?

As debate and protests about lockdowns and opening up flare up across the nation, experts are considering why governors decided to lockdown states in the first place. A team of researchers from the USC Marshall School of Business, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and University of California, Riverside...

By UCR News | | Business

Friends remember lifelong UC Riverside advocate Bill DeWolfe

William “Bill” DeWolfe, 84, a prominent Riverside attorney and philanthropist who was one of UC Riverside’s earliest graduates and an ardent advocate of the university for the rest of his life, died April 16, 2020. After graduating from Poly High School, DeWolfe joined UCR’s pioneer class in 1954 and graduated...

By UCR News | | University

Hope for the infected

Though no proven treatment for COVID-19 currently exists, UC Riverside virologist Juliet Morrison feels there’s a good chance one will emerge. Morrison, an assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology & Plant Pathology, investigates the science behind promising avenues for new antiviral therapies. She explains what those are and weighs...

By Jules Bernstein | | University