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UCR, LLU, earn international rankings

UCR receives Carnegie designation

UC Riverside has been ranked among the top 1.3 percent of the world’s universities in 2024 by the Center for World University Rankings. The Inland Empire’s largest university was rated 263 out of 20,966 universities, according to the center, which is based in the United Arab Emirates. Among U.S. universities …

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UCR recognized for economic development efforts

UCR receives Carnegie designation

UC Riverside has been declared an Innovation & Economic Prosperity university by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. The IEP designation is awarded to public research universities that support economic development through innovation and entrepreneurship, according to a statement on the university’s website. UC Riverside is the 80th university …

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CSUSB looks bolster nutritional program

Cal State San Bernardino and San Bernardino County have entered into an agreement that both parties hope will make the state’s CalFresh Program more accessible to students. University President Tomas Morales, County Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. and San Bernardino Community College District Chancellor Diana Z. Rodriguez have signed a memorandum …

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CSUSB cybersecurity program gets federal help

Cal State San Bernardino’s cybersecurity program has received $963,000 in federal funding that will be used to start a new project. The grant, will help launch the Tech and Workforce Hub Project, will assist students at the Cybersecurity Center begin their cybersecurity careers according to a statement on the university’s …

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Another instructional building slated for UCR

UCR receives Carnegie designation

Construction will begin this summer on a four-story building at UC Riverside that will be used for instructional education. Approved recently by the UC Board of Regents, the Undergraduate Teaching and Learning Facility will cover 100,700 square feet and seat 1,700 students, according to a  statement on the university’s website. …

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