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Living the Promise Symposium - Health and Wellness: How can we improve the health of the communities we serve? A conversation led by experts at UCR covers topics including educating future physicians for the evolving healthcare landscape, translating research discovery into treatment, and engaging community partners in lasting health improvement.


Read more about Cynthia Larive will become UCR's Chief Academic Officer

Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox announced today the appointment of Cynthia K. Larive as interim provost, effective February 21, 2017. Larive joined UCR in 2005. She is an experienced administrator and respected scholar, currently serves as vice provost for undergraduate education and was previously interim dean of the College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences. Larive has received campus and national recognition for her research and leadership.

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Read more about Ventura Fault Could Cause Stronger Shaking, New Research Finds

A new study by a team of researchers, including one from the UC Riverside, found that the fault under Ventura, Calif., would likely cause stronger shaking during an earthquake and more damage than previously suspected.The Ventura-Pitas Point fault in southern California has been the focus of a lot of recent attention because it is thought to be capable of magnitude 8 earthquakes. It underlies the city of Ventura and runs offshore, and thus may be capable of generating tsunamis.

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Other News at UCR Today

What is the Value of a Tree?

Discover what UCR experts have to say at free public lectures held in Riverside, Idyllwild and Palm Desert the week of Feb. 19.

Method Could Help in Treatment of Several Diseases

UC Riverside researchers’ method measures the efficiency in real time of a processing pathway that plays an important role in protein formation in cells.

UC Riverside to Host Asterisk Trans* Conference

UCR will host the 3rd Asterisk Trans* Conference on Friday, Feb. 24 and Saturday, Feb. 25. Deaf activist Drago Renteria and Trans Chorus of L.A. to give keynote speech.

Mutant Maize, Key to Understanding Plant Growth

Live cell time-lapse imaging of maize mutant provides crucial details for UC Riverside researchers.

UC Riverside Student Awarded PPIA Fellowship

Phong Au-Hong to participate in Junior Summer Institute at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College.

UCR Men’s Basketball v. Cal Poly Pomona

Saturday, Feb. 25
5 p.m.
Student Rec Center

Wittgenstein: Film Screening

Friday, Feb. 24
7 p.m.
Culver Center of the Arts

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