Latest Stories for May 29th, 2024

Extracurricular: UCR analyst’s art travels to Romania

Maggie Tello Case thought she was being phished when she received an email in January from curator Claire D’Alba representing the Art in Embassies program at the United States Department of State. D’Alba was requesting Tello Case, a senior contracts and grants analyst in UCR’s College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences, lend some of her artwork for...

By J.D. Mathes |

Ken Barish is named chair of UCR Academic Senate

Ken Barish has been elected chair of the UC Riverside Academic Senate. His two-year term begins on Sept. 1. Barish succeeds Sang Hee-Lee, who has been chair the past two years. In the role of chair, Barish will preside over the three Academic Senate meetings each year, act as its spokesperson, oversee administrative duties, and act as UCR’s...

By J.D. Warren |

Commencement celebrations begin with Senior Sendoff

Highlanders began their commencement celebrations with a week of festivities including Senior Sendoff at UC Riverside’s Rivera Lawn on Thursday, May 21. More than 700 seniors attended the event, which included free food and swag, photobooths, celebratory stations, a graduation cap decoration station, and music from KUCR. Senior Sendoff was...

By UCR News |

Physicists gain hands-on experience using cyclotron at UC Davis

Team included undergraduate and graduate students

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

New UCR business analytics major responds to marketplace

Responding to industry demands, the UCR School of Business will soon offer an undergraduate degree in business analytics. Those who complete the major will bring to the marketplace their ability to use quantitative methods to extract value from ever-increasing volumes of data to improve business decision-making processes. As analysts, the program’s...

By David Danelski |