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Read more about Fellows Focus on Food, Sustainability, Agriculture

Four UC Riverside students are joining the 2017-2018 UC Global Food Initiative (GFI) fellowship class and will continue to focus on research and advocacy regarding food, agriculture, and sustainability issues.They are part of a group of 50 University of California graduate and undergraduate students. The class represents all 10 UC campuses, as well as UC Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

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Read more about UCR, UC Davis Center to Fight Vector-Borne Diseases

This week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention has announced a bold step to enhance public-health preparedness for diseases transmitted by mosquitoes and ticks in the nation's Southwest. With an $8 million grant from the CDC, UCR and UC Davis researchers will launch the Pacific Southwest Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases later this month. Both campuses are top-tier research and teaching institutions with leading experts in their fields.

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Living the Promise: The Campaign for UC Riverside

Other News at UCR Today

New Benefits System for All Employees

The systemwide UCPath and the local FOM (Future Operating Model) initiatives are known as UCR’s FOM|UCPath project.

UC Global Health Institute Names New Board Chair

Anil Deolalikar, Ph.D., dean for the School of Public Policy, has been named chair of the UC Global Health Institute (UCGHI) board of directors, effective August 1.

Nearly 6,000 Photographs Have Been Digitized

UCR is the first among the entire UC system to employ this specialized workflow with proprietary object holders designed by Pixel Acuity.

La 92

Saturday, Aug. 26
3 p.m.
Culver Center of the Arts

UCR Women’s Volleyball v. Drake

Saturday, Aug. 26
7:30 p.m.
Fullerton, CA

UCR Today

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