UCR In the News
Kurt Schwabe, a professor of environmental economics and policy, comments on what's sure to be "one of the defining issues in California, environmentally, for decades."
Hamidreza Nazaripouya, an assistant professional researcher at the Winston Chung Global Energy Center, helps explain the blackouts that have left large swaths of California dark.
Scientific American spotlights psychology professor Sonja Lyubomirsky's research on the mood-boosting benefits of extraversion.
Meet Suveen Mathaudhu, a materials science and engineering professor who takes inspiration from some of his favorite comic book heroes.
Eddie Comeaux, an associate professor of higher education, is a co-chair of the state task force focused on exploring the value of standardized tests.
UCR's EPIC Small Business Development Center and Center for Environmental Research and Technology, or CE-CERT, are among the variety of players comprising Riverside's growing Innovation District.
Sam Evans-Brown of "Ask Sam" speaks with entomologist Anandasankar Ray about this perplexing question and how mosquitoes experience "jet lag."
New research from UC Riverside economist Carolyn Sloane suggests women are slowly shifting to higher-paying majors.
The Chronicle speaks with Jade Sasser, an assistant professor of gender and sexuality studies, about the motivations underlying young people's decision to hold off on having children.
The $8 million lab is part of the effort to find a solution to the tree-killing disease known as huanglongbing — a major threat to California's citrus industry.
What Americans really think about California’s auto emissions waiver — and what could change their minds
Two UC Riverside political scientists — Jennifer Merolla and Karthick Ramakrishnan — explore how arguments that emphasize states' rights could impact public opinion.
Research from UC Riverside psychologist Megan Robbins suggests most gossip is actually neutral, among other findings.
The New Yorker's Louis Menand references sociologist Steven Brint's book "Two Cheers for Higher Education" in a piece about the educational system in America.
Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox explains how UC Riverside's "secret sauce" — a combination of culture, people, and programs — contributes to its success in serving students.
Jade Sasser, an assistant professor of gender and sexuality studies, discusses the effectiveness of strategies for mitigating climate change.
Today features new research from Sonja Lyubomirsky, a professor of psychology, on the benefits of acting more talkative, spontaneous, and assertive.
UC Riverside is one of five universities to receive $4.25 million in grant funding from the federal agency to research alternatives to animal testing.
But UC Riverside leads a new list on social mobility for underrepresented students.
The upcoming Mass, which will take place across Southern California, is "a kind of progressive statement," according to Associate Professor of History Jennifer Scheper Hughes.
Assistant Professor of Sociology Victoria Reyes explores one of the more complicated legacies of the Vietnam War: the thousands of Amerasian children born to U.S. service members across Southeast Asia.