UCR In the News
A study led by Declan McCole, a professor of biomedical sciences in the UCR School of Medicine, suggests microgravity can have big impacts on human intestines.
Materials scientists from UC Riverside and the University of Texas at Austin have made a significant advance on the path to developing more minimally invasive cancer treatments.
Research by Sonja Lyubomirsky, a professor of psychology, suggests introverts can gain happiness by acting like extraverts.
David Reznick, a distinguished professor of biology, comments on the "Mandalorian" character's physical development.
A 2019 book by Steven Brint, a distinguished professor of sociology and public policy, is hailed as "an upbeat assessment of major research universities."
Three UC Riverside historians are leading the charge to catalog privately owned "inholdings" in Joshua Tree National Park.
In a co-written op-ed, Associate Professor of Political Science Loren Collingwood traces how sanctuary cities became a political flashpoint.
UC Riverside's School of Medicine is one of several California medical schools that have adopted models to encourage new doctors to practice in areas experiencing physician shortages.
Katherine Stavropoulos, an assistant professor of special education, explains how the creature's extra-cute features trigger a "care-taking response."
New to the festival this year: a walk-in 28-foot-tall snow globe provided by UC Riverside, featuring a 14-foot-tall replica of UCR’s bell tower.
Karthick Ramakrishnan, a professor of public policy and political science, discusses the Hmong community in the wake of a shooting that killed four Hmong men in Fresno.
Anthea M. Hartig, a third-generation Californian and graduate of UC Riverside's public history doctoral program, is the first woman to serve as director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
Renovations of the 102-year-old Barn are scheduled to be completed in early 2020.
Jennifer Nájera, an associate professor of ethnic studies, traces her family's immigration story in an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times.
A new report from the Center for Social Innovation explores some of the obstacles to a level playing field for women in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
In an op-ed, education professor Margaret Nash explores the painful history of American Indian land dispossession behind land-grant universities, and discusses how universities might better recognize this history too.
A new economic forecast from the Center for Economic Forecasting and Development emphasizes the importance of affordable housing to regional growth.
UC Riverside is one of 11 public research universities participating in the University Innovation Alliance.
UC Riverside celebrates the debut of a 3,000-square-foot facility to foster new developments in the life sciences, agriculture, biotech, and medical technology fields.
Michael Jaime-Becerra, an associate professor of creative writing, writes about the unconventional Halloweens of his past and his new understanding of the holiday.