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Joseph Sanberg: Tribute to a Grandfather: Joseph N. Sanberg provided scholarships and mentoring for seven UCR School of Public Policy graduates.


Read more about In Memoriam: Pamela Clute

Pamela Clute, assistant vice chancellor emerita and UCR Foundation trustee passed away on Sunday, August 21, 2016. Clute, who held three degrees from UCR, was a pioneer of STEM education. After retiring from UCR last year, she went on to continue her long-time work with educators throughout Southern California. She is survived by her husband, former California Assemblyman Steve Clute, of Palm Desert. UCR Today will provide updates as information on a memorial service becomes available.

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Read more about Does Climate Change Impact Evolution?

Revolutionary research by UCR biologist David Reznick has fundamentally changed our collective understanding of the scope and speed of evolution, proving that many species are quickly changing all around us. As the planet warms, organisms have only two options: adapt or go extinct. Over time, those plants and animals that do survive may be fundamentally different from what they were before, potentially impacting our food supply in significant ways.

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Other News at UCR Today

Study Highlights Security Threat on the Web

UCR researchers demonstrate how communications involving Linux and Android systems can be compromised quickly, easily and from anywhere.

White House Initiative, UCR Partner on AAPI Data

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are the fastest-growing and most diverse racial groups in the country.

Study: Flexible Molecules Can Bind To Disease

Breakthrough could open up new directon when designing pharmaceutical drugs.

Dean Deas Appointed to Stem Cell Agency Board

The institute, created by voters in 2004, funds stem cell research with the goal of finding cures for serious illnesses.

2nd Annual SHINES EFRC Symposium

August 25–27
Culver Center of the Arts
SHINES is an Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC) aimed to develop a fundamental understanding of electron spin and heat transport.

Men's Soccer vs. CBU

Friday, August 26
Kickoff 6 p.m.
UCR Soccer Stadium

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