UCR In the News
Sonja Lyubomirsky, a professor of psychology, offers tips for getting and staying happy.
Austin Johnson, an assistant professor of school psychology, explains how "multitiered systems of support" can be implemented in classrooms to help students better manage their behavior and mental health.
Andrew Subica, an assistant professor in the School of Medicine, comments on the controversial launch of a new app intended to track food consumption, physical activity, and weight loss in kids as young as 8.
Earthquake seismologist Abhijit Ghosh, an associate professor of geophysics, is on a mission to understand the unnamed fault beneath the California town of Ridgecrest.
Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox and School of Medicine Dean Deborah Deas discuss the Inland Empire's doctor shortage — and how to solve it — in an op-ed for The Press-Enterprise.
Carlos Cortés, a professor emeritus of history at UCR, discusses his experience as the creative/cultural advisor for the beloved children's program.
Stephen Kane, an associate professor of planetary astrophysics and member of UCR’s NASA-funded Alternative Earths Astrobiology Center, comments on three "missing link" planets found by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS.
Students, faculty members, and researchers who participate in UCR's regular avocado tastings are not only tasked with rating the slices they try but also describing what they like best about them.
New research from Rachel Wu, an assistant professor of psychology at UCR, shows the brain has the ability to function well — and even excel — in old age. The secret? Keep learning.
Climate change may kill off most of the trees in Joshua Tree National Park, according to a new UCR study.
Los Angeles Times Book Club pick "The Other Americans," the latest novel from Laila Lalami, a professor of creative writing, is featured in an article about the book's rural Mojave Desert setting.
Professor Karthick Ramakrishnan delves into his personal history in an op-ed about how Americans can improve the national conversation on race and immigration.
The distinguished professor of creative writing discusses the summer reading of her past and her forthcoming memoir, "In the Country of Women."
Research by Professor David Kisailus on mantis shrimp's impact-resistant armor is featured in a roundup of findings in the natural world that could inspire new inventions.
Of freshman who enrolled at UCR in fall 2018, nearly 60 percent are trying to become the first in their family to complete a four-year degree. The national average of 36 percent.
Mark Hoddle, director of UCR's Center for Invasive Species Research, discusses how and why exotic pets are introduced into foreign environments — and why it's a problem.
Chris Jordan's newest exhibition, "Intolerable Beauty," opens at UCR's Culver Center of the Arts on July 6.
Why is Inland California worthy of investment? UCR professor Karthick Ramakrishnan weighs in.
UCR's Sara Becker, an assistant professor of anthropology, helps debunk claims that teens’ smartphone use is causing them to grow “horns.”