Alfonso Gonzáles Toribio receives Distinguished Career Award
The Midwest Political Science Association recognized him as Latino politics scholar.
Inaugural CHASS Dean’s Speaker Series created a sense of community
The two-day event was filled with storytelling, history, and music.
Jorge Leal and Linda Lemus receive ELEVATE fellowship
Both professors will spend part of their summer in New Jersey
Juan Felipe Herrera receives Frost Medal
The award is one of the oldest and most prestigious in American poetry.
Gerald Clarke’s work included in Desert X 2023 exhibition
A 100-foot basket will be an interactive gameboard for visitors. The basket honors Clarke’s Cahuilla culture.
Courtney Baker receives special invite to the White House for screening of ‘Till’
Baker was among academics, politicians, “Till” filmmakers, and families who have experienced racial trauma.
Rickerby Hinds’ latest play on the national stage
Hinds is part of the first cohort of BIPOC playwrights participating in the Ford’s Theatre Legacy Commissions initiative.
Los Angeles recognizes author David L. Ulin
Ulin teaches at the UCR Palm Desert low-residency MFA program.
Espinoza, Goldberg, selected for ‘Best American Mystery and Suspense’
The series honors the best mystery short fiction published in the previous year.
Poetry Foundation honors Juan Felipe Herrera
Herrera is one of 11 awardees of the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.
‘Look at This Blue’ is a National Book Awards finalist
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke’s new poetry book is one of 25 books with this year’s distinction.
Susan Straight’s new novel is a finalist for the Kirkus Prize
Winners will be announced in late October in Austin, Texas.
Dylan Rodríguez receives award for his book, ‘White Reconstruction’
The Caribbean Philosophical Association honored him with their ‘Frantz Fanon Award for Outstanding Book in Caribbean Thought.’
State funding will help create a degree completion program
$4.85 million in state funds will help UCR University Extension lead the way in helping people reengage with their education.
World premiere: An opera with an electronic track
Ian Dicke’s first opera launched during the Synchromy Opera Festival in Pasadena.
Xóchitl Chávez is curatorial advisor of a Smithsonian American Latino exhibition
The gallery features a Spanish and English exhibition titled: “¡Presente! A Latino History of the United States.” It opens June 18.
UCR wins pro bono consultation to continue advancing renewable energy
The consulting service will be provided by CustomerFirst Renewables, a Maryland-based renewables advisory service firm.
Tod Goldberg’s ‘The Low Desert: Gangster Stories’ named among Southwest Books of the Year
The fictional stories are influenced by the desert southwest.
Black Greek Letter Organizations exhibition at Tomás Rivera Library
The exhibition tells the collective story of the Divine Nine, the first Black Greek fraternities and sororities in the U.S. and their impact at UCR and the Inland Empire.
Veterans Resource Center moves to Costo Hall
Student veterans have a new space at the center of campus. On Thursday, Feb. 24, UC Riverside’s Veterans Resource Center, or VRC, celebrated its grand opening at Costo Hall 125, neighboring African Student Programs. The space, the growth, and the services are meant to better serve students and their needs, said Brian Haynes, vice chancellor of...