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  • Home Sweet Home
    (July 29, 2014) UC Riverside Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Jim Wooldridge today named former Highlanders standout and 14-year major leaguer Troy Percival ’91 the fifth head baseball coach in UC Riverside's six decades of NCAA competition.
  • 1996 Research Article Deemed a Classic Paper
    (July 29, 2014) A 1996 research paper authored by UC Riverside’s Michael J. Pazzani and two colleagues has been selected by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence to win the 2014 Classic Paper Award.
  • New Baseball Coach to Be Announced Tuesday, July 29
    (July 28, 2014) UC Riverside Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Jim Wooldridge announced today that the Highlanders will introduce their new head baseball coach to the community at 12 noon Tuesday, July 29 at UC Riverside's Alumni & Visitors Center, 3701 Canyon Crest Dr.
  • Solving the World’s Most Pressing Problems
    (July 23, 2014) Solving the world’s most challenging problems requires global collaboration among researchers and a new generation of problem solvers equipped to understand the perspectives of other countries and the impact of those views at home and abroad.
  • UCR Leads in City Year Applicants for Third Year in a Row
    (July 23, 2014) UC Riverside students are well known for their dedication to public service, but in 2014 it is once again a group of recent graduates who are helping the school attain acclaim; for the third year in a row, UCR leads the nation in graduates applying to the City Year program. A total of 131 graduates applied to participate in the program, which partners with schools and teachers to place 2,500 volunteers in 247 high-need schools across the country. Corps members work to keep young people in school and on track academically through in-class support, one-on-one and small group tutoring, mentoring and after school programs.
  • Study Links Autistic Behaviors to Enzyme
    (July 23, 2014) Biomedical scientists at UC Riverside have published a study that sheds light on the cause of autistic behaviors in Fragile X syndrome, the most common inherited cause of mental impairment and the most common cause of autism.
  • Wide-Faced Men Negotiate Nearly $2,200 Larger Signing Bonus
    (July 22, 2014) Having a wider face helps men when they negotiate for themselves but hurts them when they are negotiating in a situation that requires compromise. Additionally, men who are more attractive are better collaborators compared to less attractive men.
  • Entomologist Receives High International Honor for Chemical Ecology Contributions
    (July 21, 2014) Jocelyn Millar, a professor of entomology at UC Riverside, has been awarded the Silver Medal for career achievement by the International Society of Chemical Ecology,

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