UCR In the News
In an op-ed, Victoria Reyes, an assistant professor of sociology, writes about the complicated relationship between the two countries.
UCR Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox writes about a recent recommendation by a UC faculty task force to keep the SAT and ACT in UC admissions.
Los Angeles Times writer Gustavo Arellano spotlights the efforts of UCR's 113-year-old Givaudan Citrus Variety Collection in preserving California's citrus industry.
In an op-ed, creative writing professor Laila Lalami discusses new legislation that prohibits immigration to the U.S. from Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sudan, and Tanzania.
The San Diego Union-Tribune profiles Kori Pacyniak, the first transgender, nonbinary priest in the Roman Catholic Womenpriests movement and a UCR doctoral student in religious studies.
In an op-ed, John Martin Fischer, a distinguished professor of philosophy, shares his research on near-death experiences and how they could suggest "the possibility of dying well."
Exequiel Ezcurra, a professor of ecology, discusses the likelihood of a Southern California super bloom in spring 2020.
Locust swarms as big as cities are causing a crisis in Africa as experts warn they could get 400 times bigger
Doug Yanega, senior museum scientist at UCR’s Entomology Research Museum, comments on the effects of severe infestations of desert locusts in parts of Africa.
Mark Hoddle, director of UCR's Center for Invasive Species Research, appears in a KPBS TV segment about the "good bugs" that prey on insects that carry deadly citrus greening disease.
Overuse of selenium-heavy fertilizers in agriculture could have negative impacts on human health, according to UCR researchers.
The Los Angeles Times profiles Tom Lutz, a UCR professor of creative writing and director of the university's annual Writers Week.
UC Riverside researchers assert that cancerous chemicals in automobile seats are a greater risk the more time you spend in your car.
The UCR School of Medicine's Brandon Brown discusses responses to the outbreak.
Richard Carpiano, a professor of public policy and sociology, shares insights into why parents choose not to vaccinate their children.
UC Riverside epidemiologist Brandon Brown offers perspective on worry associated with coronavirus in a live interview with ABC News.
John Jennings, a professor of media and cultural studies, writes about representation in comic books in an essay for Marvel.
CNN shares UCR astronomers' discovery of a now-dead galaxy that existed as early as 12 billion years ago.
Eddie Comeaux, an associate professor of higher education, discusses his experience as co-chair of the University of California's standardized testing task force.
Entomologist and citrus pest expert Monique Rivera comments on a new study that found dogs can be trained to detect the scent of the deadly huanglongbing infection in citrus trees.
Karthick Ramakrishnan, a professor of public policy and political science, discusses how early election-cycle events in Iowa and New Hampshire disproportionately impede candidates of color.