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School of Public Policy: From air and water quality to public safety and K–12 education, UCR partners with industry, government, school and business leaders to create smart public policies for a better future.

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It’s time to make the Inland Empire a “Smart Region” if the economic gains of recent years are to continue, School of Public Policy Dean Anil B. Deolalikar says in an op-ed published in the Press-Enterprise. Deolalikar and Lloyd E. Levine, a UCR alumnus and board member of the California Emerging Technology Fund, contend that low-cost home broadband service and digital literacy are essential to reduce socioeconomic disparities in student achievement and adult literacy in the region.

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Read more about Engineering Excellence for 25 Years

Break out the black tie and prepare to celebrate the 25th anniversary of UCR’s Bourns College of Engineering. The May 16 semi-formal event will feature two former UCR chancellors, the founding dean of the college, a math magician and a laser light show. Several prominent supporters and founding faculty will be honored during the evening event that commemorates a quarter-century of excellence in engineering.

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Other News at UCR Today

Big Data

UCR has received nearly $4.5 million from NASA to develop new ways to visualize and analyze big data

Capitol Experience

UCR graduate students explain the value of their research to state legislators

Serra Sainthood

The Washington Post quotes Steven Hackel on the founder of California’s missions

UCR Organizational Excellence Speaker Series

Monday, May 11
1:30-4:30 p.m.
“Project Management Office at UC San Francisco” by Mara Fellouris

34th Annual Medicine Ways Conference

Language: Revitalization of a Culture
Saturday, May 9
9 a.m.–8 p.m.

UCR Market Day

Friday, May 8 from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Bell Tower Lawn/Rivera Walkway

Mrs. Packard, a play by Emily Mann

Thursday, April 30–Saturday, May 9
Based on historical events, Emily Mann’s play tells of one woman’s struggle to right a system gone wrong.

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