Content Authored by: Sandra Baltazar Martinez

Victoria Reyes wins the William Foote Whyte Career Award

The recognition comes from the American Sociological Association, or ASA.

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LAist includes Carol Park in new podcast, ‘Inheriting’

The show about Asian American and Pacific Islander families first airs on May 23.

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Ivy Pochoda wins LA Times Book Prize

“Sing Her Down” won the mystery/thriller award.

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Ivy Pochoda is LA Times Book Prize finalist

"Sing Her Down" is Pochoda's sixth novel.

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Christopher Scott Murillo’s stage designs featured on TV, theatre

Murillo’s most recent work can be seen on Paramount Plus's "Stargaze."

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Grant funds new Native Community Education Promise Program

UC Riverside’s Division of Undergraduate Education is launching a new initiative to support Indigenous student success with the support of a $10,000 grant from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, or APLU, and Cornell University. The announcement was made Monday, Feb. 12. The $10,000 grant will serve as seed funding to establish...

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Bella Merlin nominated for two awards for her performance in ‘Henry VI Part 2’

The nominations come from both Berkshire Theater Critics and BroadwayWorld, Berkshires.

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Donatella Galella featured as a theatre historian in new PBS documentary

‘East West Players: A Home on Stage’ highlights the importance of East West Players theatre company, the longest running theatre of color in the U.S.

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Gerald Clarke’s art featured in the Smithsonian's National Gallery of Art

His work has also been prominently featured at the Palm Springs Art Museum and currently at UC Davis’s Gorman Museum of Native American Art.

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Anusha Kedhar receives grant from UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council

The grant will allow space to identify inequity in British South Asian dance.

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New mural uses ‘smog-eating’ paint

Colorful illustration promotes the outdoors and sustainable ways to get around campus.

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Professor Hedge Coke receives Thomas Wolfe Prize

The distinguished professor of creative writing was recognized for her compassionate perspective on the lives of everyday people

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Dean Daryle Williams nominated to serve on President Biden’s Administration 

The White House made the announcement in September.

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Music doctoral student receives accolades

Chun Chia Tai will present at a conference and start a fellowship in Taiwan

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Juan Felipe Herrera, finalist of major literary prize

He is a Neustadt International Prize for Literature finalist

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‘Look at This Blue’ is an ASLE finalist 

Winners will be announced at ASLE’s annual conference in Oregon in July

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Alfonso Gonzáles Toribio receives Distinguished Career Award

The Midwest Political Science Association recognized him as Latino politics scholar

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Inaugural CHASS Dean’s Speaker Series created a sense of community

The two-day event was filled with storytelling, history, and music.

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Jorge Leal and Linda Lemus receive ELEVATE fellowship

Both professors will spend part of their summer in New Jersey

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Juan Felipe Herrera receives Frost Medal 

The award is one of the oldest and most prestigious in American poetry.

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