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Read more about Thank You For Your Service

While veterans make up a small slice of the overall student population, UCR stands strong with a reputation as one of the best universities for veterans pursuing a four-year degree. For four years in a row, UCR has been honored as a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs Magazine. An entire cast of characters helps make this possible, from staff and faculty to the students themselves. As we celebrate Independence Day, read more about it in the UCR magazine.

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Read more about Fighting Poverty Through the School of Public Policy

The grand challenge facing San Bernardino and cities elsewhere is precisely why we founded a School of Public Policy at UCR. We are located at the epicenter of many of the complex challenges facing our country, not too dissimilar to the problems confronting cities in the developing world. And these problems can be solved – with smart, evidence-based policy-making. Who better to solve these problems than the people who face them every day?

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Other News at UCR Today

Welcome Tamica Smith Jones

The campus will hold an event to welcome our new Director of Athletics, Tamica Smith Jones, on Tuesday, July 7.

The Supreme Court and Same-sex Marriage

UC Riverside scholars available to discuss culture shifts and political fallout from court ruling to uphold gay marriage.

The Real "Ant-Man" on the Red Carpet

Kevin Welzel, a UCR grad student in entomology, was invited by The Walt Disney Studios to participate on the red carpet for the premiere of "Ant-Man"

6th International Comic & Medicine Conference

July 16–18
Culver Center of the Arts
Plenary talks, sessions, workshops and an art exhibit designed to generate a conversation about space as a critical element in health care and comics. $130


A film directed by Noel Marshall
Screenings Friday, July 10 and Saturday, July 11.
ARTSblock, downtown Riverside

Interrogating Manzanar

Photography, Justice, and the Japanese American Internment
Photographs by Ansel Adams, Clem Albers, Dorothea Lange, and Tōyō Miyatake
At the California Museum of Photography through
July 18, 2015.

UCR Today

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