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Prestigious STEM fellowship awarded to eleven UCR students

The coveted National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research fellowship was awarded to 11 UCR students. Over 2,000 applicants this year were selected to receive...

R’Perspective: What is an Asian person supposed to do as a...

“Aren’t all Asians supposed to be good at math and science?” As an Asian-American myself, the number of times that I have been asked...

ASUCR’s CNAS senators present inaugural STEM Research Expo

On Friday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in HUB 302, ASUCR’s CNAS senators hosted the  Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)...

UCR teams with Johns Hopkins to host STEM workshop

The University of California, Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) recently collaborated to host...

Professor’s company receives $4 million investment

ZyBooks, an educational company—  founded by Frank Vahid, a UCR professor of computer science and engineering, and its CEO Smita Bakshi —  received a...

“New UCR-RUSD-RCC partnership needed step toward better STEM education”

On September 8, Chancellor Kim Wilcox, Riverside Unified School District (RUSD) Superintendent David Hansen and Riverside City College (RCC) President Wolde-Ab Issac signed an...

UCR administrators to participate in US News National Leadership Conference

  UCR's Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox, Graduate School of Education Dean Thomas M. Smith and mechanical engineering professor Suveen Mathaudu will be attending and presenting...

UCR SISTERS program seeks to fix STEM gender disparity

Success in Science & Technology: Engagement with Role-Models(SISTERS), a program initiated by the College of Natural and Agricultural Science Ambassadors, seeks to improve the...

The fault of science illiteracy is ourselves

Sen. Marco Rubio recently doubled down on his denial that climate change is caused by man. “I do not believe that human activity is...

Humanities and STEM make strange but necessary bedfellows

"Oh, you're an English major? That's interesting." An assuring nod, a brief pause. "So, what are you planning to do with that? I'm often inclined...