Public donations will help scholars fleeing from danger, offer them safety .
UC Riverside hired nearly 100 student workers to provide support to faculty with new technology in 110 classrooms. These student workers, both graduate and undergraduate, will assist professors in the 110 general assignment classrooms. The new technology was installed onsite over the summer as part of the Rooms for Increasing...
Thanks to the donation, Oban Family Housing now has a bike-share program.
Born from the pandemic, College Bigs, will count on nearly 150 UCR students to work with local high school mentees.
Eleven UC Riverside students have been selected for two prestigious national scholarships to study or intern outside of the United States. With financial support from the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program and the Freeman Asia Scholarship, students will be participating in Education Abroad programs in South Korea, Taiwan, France...
Goldwater scholars Shayan Saeed and Ryan Gates; and U.S. Fulbright scholars Jacqueline Aguirre de la O and Zehra Qazi are recipients of two of the nation’s most prestigious awards. The Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship is one of the country’s most competitive honors in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields...
UCR experts say Demi Lovato’s public announcement amplifies the conversation about gender identity.
More than 7,100 students are eligible to graduate; Commencement events kick off on June 3 with the School of Medicine.
The money comes from UC Berkeley’s Underground Scholars, via grants from the Andrew Mellon and Crankstart foundations to support the expansion of the Underground Scholars model UC-wide.
2020 and 2021 grads may join the in-person recognition; all events will be live-streamed for families to enjoy at home.
Growing up in South Central L.A. meant ditching school, becoming a teen mom, and wrestling with her identity as an Afro-Latina — experiences that made this UCR student want to major in public policy.
The book ‘Pachappa Camp: The First Koreatown in the United States’ was published this week by Professor Edward T. Chang.
The free, virtual events will culminate with an inaugural Tomás Rivera Book Prize.
The United States border has seen an increase in families — primarily men with their children — and most recently a surge in unaccompanied minors traveling north from Central America through Mexico. They are fleeing gang violence, high homicide rates, and lack of economic opportunities. In some cases, such as...