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Campus to get its first major outdoor sculpture

UC Riverside’s first major outdoor sculpture will begin to take shape in the coming weeks with a project by San Diego-based artist Roy McMakin that planners say will serve as a gateway to the campus. While the campus has scenic views of nearby hills and notable building architecture, it has few pieces of outdoor art. That will change with what...
By Imran Ghori |

What to expect during the upcoming campus construction boom

From new residence halls at the north end of campus to the renovation of the Barn, UC Riverside is abuzz with construction activity, and it’s just the beginning. This year will be one of the busiest in campus history with about $400 million worth of projects under construction, including several new or renovated buildings. The construction boom...
By Imran Ghori |

7 sweet options for your Valentine

Still wondering how to make your sweetie’s Valentine’s Day special? Here are a few tips.
By Samantha Stanfill |

UCR ranked high as a green campus and included among ‘best’ and ‘best value’ colleges

UC Riverside is among the Top 50 green colleges and ranks among those considered a great value in the latest college rankings by the Princeton Review . UCR’s No. 29 ranking in the publication’s greenest-colleges list is the second time in as many months the campus has been lauded for its environmentally friendly policies. UCR came in No. 16 among...
By Imran Ghori |

UCR’s newest coffee vendor is giving back 20 percent of proceeds to foster youth on campus

Alumnus-owned Mammoth Coffee Roasting Company has big plans for UCR Guardian Scholars
By Madeline Adamo |

UCR Healthy Campus project grants for 2019 announced

Convenient distribution of fresh produce, safe-sex vending machines, and stress relief workshops are among six 2019 projects selected as part of UCR Healthy Campus. The projects, which are aimed at improving the health and quality of life on campus, were awarded grants of up to $1,000 by the Healthy Campus Advisory Committee. All faculty, staff,...
By Imran Ghori |

New survey on UCR's Smoke and Tobacco-Free Policy

Over five years ago, on January 2, 2014, UCR became a smoke/tobacco-free environment. We would like to thank you for your collaborative support and assistance in helping to “Clear the Air" at UCR. In order to continue to provide a smoke & tobacco and vape-free environment in support of student success, academic excellence, and a healthy work and...
By Gerry Bomotti |

Pazzani set to retire as vice chancellor for Research and Economic Development

Michael Pazzani, UCR’s vice chancellor for Research and Economic Development, plans to retire in April after more than six years in the role. In an email to the campus this month announcing Pazzani’s decision, Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox said Pazzani will leave with “an impressive legacy of an expanded research enterprise at UC Riverside.” Under...
By Imran Ghori |

Photo exhibition surveys seven decades of work in the Inland region

UCR ARTS is shining a spotlight on photography in the Inland Empire with the “In the Sunshine of Neglect” exhibition on display at the California Museum of Photography and the Riverside Art Museum. Opening night on Saturday, Jan. 19, drew a large crowd to downtown Riverside to see 194 pieces by 54 photographers, including Kim Abeles, Ansel Adams,...
By Imran Ghori |

UC Riverside engineering program moves up in national rankings

UC Riverside has risen 18 spots in U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings of best online engineering programs in the country. In the 2019 rankings released last week, the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering’s online program was ranked No. 33, compared to No. 51 last year. The college saw the sixth-highest jump of any school in...
By Imran Ghori |

What is Multifactor Authentication and when do you have to enroll?

UC Riverside faculty, staff and students began getting the notices in recent weeks: Multifactor authentication is coming to the campus. So, what exactly is it and what does it mean for you? Multifactor authentication, or MFA, is an enhanced cybersecurity measure that all who access UCR’s computer applications will need to act on by April. “If you...
By Imran Ghori |

UCR’s Small Business Development Center gets $25,000 donation

UC Riverside’s Small Business Development Center has received a $25,000 donation from MUFG Union Bank Foundation in support of its programs aiding technology entrepreneurs. The business center, which opened in downtown Riverside in April, is part of the Entrepreneurial Proof of Concept and Innovation Center, or Riverside EPIC , which provides...
By Imran Ghori |

Vice Chancellor Bomotti to expand role as head of Business and Administrative Services

UC Riverside Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox announced Monday that Gerry Bomotti, chief financial officer and vice chancellor for Planning and Budget, will take on the expanded duties of vice chancellor for Business and Administrative Services. The announcement caps a months-long search to fill the position following the retirement of Ron Coley, who...
By Imran Ghori |

UCR Health Street Medicine program reaches out to Riverside community in severe need

Faculty, students, and staff in the UCR School of Medicine distributed care packages and hygiene kits on Dec. 19, 2018, to more than 100 people in severe need in the City of Riverside. The kits, assembled earlier that month by more than 40 faculty, students, and staff, included sweatshirts, water bottles, warm socks, and hygiene kits. The effort...
By Iqbal Pittalwala |

UCR helps launch Native American college

UC Riverside is looking to formalize its partnership with the Palm Desert-based California Indian Nations College , or CINC, which just completed its first quarter of instruction. The tribal community college launched in the fall with three classes at UCR’s Palm Desert Center offered through UCR Extension. Two classes are planned for the spring....
By Imran Ghori |

ScotSupply is UCR's new supply store

After more than 20 years the current campus Storehouse website was retired. Auxiliary Services, in partnership with Information Technology Solutions (ITS), is pleased to announce that a new ordering system for ScotSupply (formerly Storehouse), became available on December 17, 2018. For campus users, the new system offers an updated look and...
By Michael Clemons |

UC Riverside ranked No. 16 in list of greenest universities in U.S.

UC Riverside ranked No. 16 among the nation’s most environmentally friendly campuses in an international survey released this week. The campus was No. 145 in the overall GreenMetric World University Rankings 2018, conducted by Universitas Indonesia. UC Riverside was one of 719 universities from 81 countries that took part in the annual rankings,...
By Imran Ghori |

R’Pantry sees strong support in holiday drive

R’Pantry is in better shape as it stocks up for the winter thanks to a successful food donation drive and fundraising effort. The program, which provides food and hygiene products to students in need, completed its first formal donation drive earlier this month with 13 campus departments collecting a variety of goods. The Giving Tuesday campaign in...
By Imran Ghori |

Construction beginning on major housing and dining halls

UC Riverside will launch a major student housing expansion Monday, Dec. 17, with construction beginning on the Dundee Residence Hall and Glasgow Dining Project. The project will add 820 beds and an 830-seat dining area to meet growing student housing needs. The buildings are scheduled to be completed by fall 2020. Fencing will start to go up around...
By Imran Ghori |

How to make the most of UCR’s events calendar

Looking for something to do on campus or do you have an event to promote? UC Riverside’s events calendar is the place to go for both. The online events calendar, which launched in February, is a central hub listing UC Riverside activities of all types, from lectures to concerts to games. As use of the new platform continues to grow, here’s what to...
By Imran Ghori |