UCR In the News
Brandon Brown from UCR's School of Medicine weighs in on coronavirus predictions. Researchers predict there will be 190,000 cases in Wuhan, China, within two weeks.
Literary Hub speaks with the author Francesca Lia Block, who is currently a student in UC Riverside's Palm Desert low-residency MFA program.
Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer Mariam B. Lam and Deborah Wong, a professor of ethnomusicology, discuss Lunar New Year traditions.
An article in The Hechinger Report spotlights the spike in patents at UC Riverside, even as universities nationwide struggle to realize a return on their research investments. Brian Suh, director of UCR's Office of Technology Partnerships, points to the availability of university-affiliated proof-of-concept money as a reason.
NPR affiliate KVCR speaks with Katja Guenther, an associate professor of gender and sexuality studies, about her experiences with and insight into pit bull rescue.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Rachel Wu comments on a new study that points to multiple ways of aging.
The Press-Enterprise cites reports by UC Riverside's Center for Social Innovation as evidence of the Inland Empire's growing political influence.
The new budget allocates another $25 million a year to boost enrollment at the School of Medicine and tackle the Inland Empire’s chronic doctor shortage.
Kurt Schwabe, a professor of environmental economics and policy, speaks with Emily Guerin of NPR affiliate KPCC about the livability of the Inland Empire in the face of climate change.
Research by Stephen Kane, an associate professor of planetary astrophysics, is featured in an article about Earth's orbit around the sun, as well as the orbits of neighboring exoplanets.
The "Real Women Have Curves" director is a professor in UCR's Department of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production.
At UC Riverside, the Los Angeles Times' Teresa Watanabe writes, the most successful students had both high high-school GPAs and high test scores. But those with equally high grades and lower test scores weren’t far behind.
Tsunami of young and Latino voters in the Inland Empire shows heightened civic engagement, researchers say
A new report from UCR's Center for Social Innovation has found that voting among younger and Latino voters in Riverside and San Bernardino counties has surged over the past five years.
In an op-ed, sociology graduate student Matthew Byrne discusses new criminal legal legislation greenlit by California Gov. Gavin Newsom in October — and why private prisons are merely a symptom, not the cause of mass incarceration.
American Public Media's Marketplace, broadcast on National Public Radio affiliates around the U.S., features Givaudan Citrus Variety Collection curator Tracy Kahn in a segment about tangerines, also know as mandarins or clementines.
David Rosenbaum, a distinguished professor of psychology, explains how "precrastination," the tendency to rush too quickly into tasks even at the expense of extra effort, can be just as detrimental as procrastination.
Dr. George Saffouri, a gastroenterologist in the the UCR School of Medicine, comments on the design of a new sloped toilet.
Anonymous holiday giving has its benefits, according to Sonja Lyubomirsky, a distinguished professor of psychology.
'We Don't Want To Lose This Generation' — The Push To Get Native American Students To SoCal Colleges
UCR is named as one of several universities working to increase Native student enrollment in the region.