UCR In the News
UCR School of Medicine Associate Professor Brandon Brown weighs in on the items those quarantined should consider stocking up on — but not hoard — including dry goods, soap, medication, and pet supplies.
Boris Baer, a professor of entomology, discusses the importance of bee pollination in agriculture and growing threats to bee populations.
In an op-ed, UCR political scientists Benjamin Newman, Jennifer Merolla, Sono Shah, Loren Collingwood, and Karthick Ramakrishnan write about how their research provides evidence of a "Trump effect."
Elizabeth Davis, an associate professor of psychology, discusses how hunger can amplify feelings — both positive and negative.
Jennifer Merolla, a professor of political science, joins AirTalk host Larry Mantle and four other panelists for a conversation about California's primary results.
The co-founders of FarmSense include Eamonn Keogh, a UCR computer science professor, and Shailendra Singh, who received his doctorate in computer science from UCR.
Can you get coronavirus from pets? What about from a package? Brandon Brown, an associate professor in the UCR School of Medicine, answers all your burning questions.
KPCC's Airtalk spotlights an exhibition of wildfire photography at UCR's California Museum of Photography.
The Los Angeles Times speaks with Richard T. Rodríguez, an associate professor of media and cultural studies, about the controversial novel by Jeanine Cummins and a 1980s predecessor.
Timothy Lyons, a distinguished professor of biogeochemistry, discusses his new research to better understand the history of the atmosphere on Mars.
Wildfire photographer Noah Berger recounts "getting hosed" on the job, and his role in the new UCR Arts exhibition "Facing Fire: Art, Wildfire, and the End of Nature in the New West."
In his weekly column, New York Times writer Thomas Edsall references UCR political science research on the effects of Donald Trump's racially inflammatory speech.
NPR affiliate Nevada Public Radio speaks with Hamidreza Nazaripouya, a research professor in UCR's Winston Chung Global Energy Center, about how power needs in the state might be met in the future.
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."