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Living the Promise Symposium: New Voices and Visions: This event showcased the various expressions and celebrations of our humanity through visual and performing arts, and nurtured voices from across the rich tapestry of society. It also featured bestselling authors Reza Aslan, Emily Rapp Black, Tod Goldberg and Susan Straight from UCR's Department of Creative Writing, and Associate Dean for Arts & Humanities, Peter Graham.


Read more about UCR Health’s New Office Space in Downtown Riverside Has Grand Opening

The School of Medicine at UC Riverside and UCR Health, the clinical arm of the medical school, are now providing people with more access to medical services through a new office space in downtown Riverside.Located at Citrus Tower, 3390 University Ave., Riverside, the new space had its grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, May 10. The new office space at Citrus Tower contains a suite for UCR Health psychiatry and a second suite for UCR Health multispecialty services.

Read more about UCR Health’s New Office Space in Downtown Riverside Has Grand Opening


Read more about UC Riverside and SoCalGas Announce Opening of New Research Center

UC Riverside and Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) have established a new Center for Renewable Natural Gas. The Center is the first academic establishment in the United States dedicated to the study and applied research of renewable gas technologies. Just like electricity, natural gas can be made from renewable sources. The Center will focus on improving technologies and removing barriers to increase renewable gas use in California and beyond.

Read more about UC Riverside and SoCalGas Announce Opening of New Research Center

Living the Promise: The Campaign for UC Riverside

Other News at UCR Today

Study Explores How the Brain Encodes Fear Memory

UC Riverside study could lead to novel therapeutics aimed at reducing pathological fear in PTSD.

UCR Study Sheds Light on Earth’s First Animals

Complex and highly regulated development of Dickinsonia, one of the oldest fossil animals, broadens our understanding of early evolution.

New Index Tracks Region’s Economic Performance

The Inland Empire now has a new business activity index dedicated to accurately track the performance of the region’s economy.

Fifth ‘Conversations with the Chancellor’

Participants shared their thoughts on communication methods that are working, and new ideas to improve the delivery of information across campus.

UCR is Composing

Wed. May 24
8–9 p.m.
Arts Building Performance Lab, ARTS 166

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