Announcements for November 29th, 2022

Export Control Awareness & Training

U.S. export control regulations and sanctions laws continue to change dynamically, most notably in response to the invasion of Ukraine and the United States’ efforts to compete with China in semiconductor manufacturing. Indeed, these regulatory changes are more frequently popping up as front page news across the country. University activities...

By Roberto Galvan Ramos, Jr |

Chancellor’s update -- November 2022

Dear Campus Community: As the earth rotates and fills the late autumn night sky with longer periods of darkness, holiday lights have again appeared in windows and on buildings throughout Riverside. Last weekend, the Mission Inn’s annual Festival of Lights commenced. Regularly featured on lists of the country’s best light displays, the annual...

By Kim A. Wilcox |

Message to UCR students regarding the ongoing labor strike

Dear UCR Students, We know that many of you are concerned about the impact of the UAW strike on fall quarter final exams and grade submission. Mindful of this, we have extended the grade submission deadline to December 19 in order to give instructors more time to complete their grading. After December 19, a temporary grade of “GD” (for “Grade Delay...

By Ken Baerenklau, Shaun Bowler, Emily Engelschall, and Brian Haynes |