“The Lives and Deaths of Shelter Animals” concludes that animal welfare is also a social justice issue
Myisha Cherry talks with other philosophers about current topics
Michele Salzman discusses forms of worship in ancient Rome on podcast
Rosalia Lerner, critical dance studies doctoral student, received the Selma Jeanne Cohen Award.
Jones was named the winner of the Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, Fantasy & Speculative Fiction, announced during a virtual ceremony kicking off the 26th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 16.
UC Riverside’s School of Medicine is ranked No. 6 for diversity in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Grad School rankings released Tuesday, March 30. It was among several UCR programs that did well in the rankings, which are separated by discipline into different lists. Education, engineering, and social sciences moved up in their rankings or...
His novel “The Only Good Indians” is nominated for The Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, Fantasy & Speculative Fiction.
Allison Hedge Coke awarded for community service efforts by Association of Writers & Writing Programs
UCR author Allison Hedge Coke was awarded the 2021 George Garrett Award for Outstanding Community Service in Literature by the Association of Writers & Writing Programs on March 3.
Victoria Reyes, a UC Riverside sociologist, has won this year’s Emory Elliott Book Award for outstanding publications authored by faculty members in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, or CHASS. Reyes, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, wrote the book “Global Borderlands: Fantasy, Violence, and Empire in Subic...
Club member Ayana Omilade Flewellen was listed for her terrestrial and underwater archaeological work uncovering the lives of enslaved people of African descent
Jane Ward's book, "The Tragedy of Heterosexuality," has won a 2021 PROSE Award
Hedge Coke is among 14 distinguished writers inducted for 2021, announced on Jan. 29.
UCR ARTS: California Museum of Photography awarded grant for Getty Foundation’s ‘Pacific Standard Time’ arts initiative
UCR ARTS is one of 45 cultural, educational, and scientific institutions throughout Southern California to receive support from the Getty Foundation for its projects.
UC Riverside’s Department of History has launched a new lecture series aiming to spotlight new research on African American, African diaspora, and African history. Historians researching race, racism, and anti-racism are also among the upcoming speakers for the Sterling Stuckey Lecture Series, named for a prominent scholar of African American...
Hopkinson’s book “Brown Girl in the Ring” was included in the list published by Time on Oct. 15.
Some faculty and staff were recognized for their lifetime achievements, others for efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Six staff members recognized The Citizens University Committee kicked off its fall scholarship fundraiser by recognizing the contributions of six staff members: Alan A. Call, technical director; Alif Emil Marchi, lighting and...