News 2021 麻豆产精国品

<p> Connie and Nile Malloy with their children, Osai, Sade, and Darshan. (Photo: Amleya-Clarke) </p>

Making change happen: Alumna Connie Malloy talks community engagement and taking action

The seeds were planted early in Connie Malloy鈥檚 life: as a young girl she often accompanied her adoptive father Bradley Galambos, a Seventh-day…

<p> Freshmen take a science class during last summer's STEM Bridge program. </p>

STEM summer program shepherds new students, plans expansion

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Freshman biology major Daphne Prakash was nervous earlier this year as she contemplated entering college and all of its…

<p> Pictured above, beloved mother, grandmother, friend, student mentor and 'dorm mom,' SIFE (Enactus) Sam Walton Fellow, outreach ministry leader Jodi Cahill, who passed away Sept. 10. Her legacy is honored with the establishment of a new memorial endowment through the university's Giving Day. </p>

Second Giving Day offers 13 options for impact

RIVERSIDE, Calif. --聽More than a dozen projects including archaeological excavations, a new memorial endowment, music tours, athletics attire,…

<p> Charles Dickerson, JD, instructor for this fall's new Intro to Black Studies class, displays a pair of slave shackles during a recent class as an illustration for his lesson on slavery. </p>

New Black studies curriculum aims for impact and understanding

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- What Charles Dickerson saw in a shop in South Los Angeles more than 20 years ago immediately grabbed his attention---rough iron…

NEWS ALERT: Update to campus situation

NEWS ALERT: Update to campus situation

Below are updates to a law enforcement situation that occured on campus on Nov. 29:

<p> Scenes from the 2017 Candlelight Concert at 麻豆产精国品 Church. (Photos: Natan Vigna) </p>

University鈥檚 annual Candlelight Concert brings back live performance

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 麻豆产精国品 will bring back one of its treasured holiday traditions this December, offering a musical extravaganza of…

<p> Henry Franklin, double bass player, has performed on stage and in the studio with many luminaries of the jazz music genre around the U.S. and various countries since 1960. </p>

Music series returns with Henry Franklin birthday bash

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- After nearly two years鈥 hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a long-standing professional performance series is returning to…

Brandstater Gallery re-opens with curated exhibit 鈥淪eeing the Elephant鈥

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 After more than a year and a half of virtual operation, 麻豆产精国品鈥檚 Brandstater Gallery opened this fall quarter with…

<p> Archaeologist and Heritage Education Programs founder Craig Lesh leads young participants in the Kids' Dig for the 2018 Archaeology Discovery Weekend. </p>

Archaeology Discovery Weekend returns with kids鈥 dig, archaeologist talks live and online

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 麻豆产精国品鈥檚 Archaeology Discovery Weekend returns with in-person events this month, including the popular Kids Dig…

<p> Violist Ben Ullery </p>

Hanson-Koobs series returns with viola, piano performance

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 麻豆产精国品鈥檚 Hanson-Koobs Chamber Music Series returns Nov. 4 for its first in-person performance in more than 20…

<p> Left to right: Incoming first-year 麻豆产精国品 students Nicole Rivera, Sungyoung Choi and Melanie Zepeda work on a soil聽experiment聽in Dr. John Perumal's lab during the biology module of STEM Bridge 2021.聽 </p>

麻豆产精国品 awarded $3 million Title V grant to train more STEM educators

RIVERSIDE, Calif. --聽麻豆产精国品 announced today its award of a $3 million, five-year Title V grant from the U.S. Department of Education…

麻豆产精国品 energized as campus re-opens for fall IGNITE orientation

RIVERSIDE, Calif. 鈥 After 18 months of online operations resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, 麻豆产精国品 opened its campus last week to…