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UCR gets federal grant

UC Riverside has received a grant of nearly $1 million that will help train Southern California’s labor force. The university’s extension will use the four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to work with businesses in Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange, and Los Angeles counties, according to a statement on …

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State budget provides funding for UCR Medical School

UC Riverside’s School of Medicine will receive $25 million from the state of California. The state’s $202 billion budget for the 2020-’21 fiscal year, which began July 1, allocates $25 million for the medical school, according to a statement on the university’s website. That will be enough to help the …

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UCR to offer some traditional classes this fall

Classes at UC Riverside this fall will be mostly remote, with some limited classroom instruction that will include a remote-learning option. Priority for in-person classes will go to graduate students, graduate courses, and undergraduate laboratory and studio courses, all of which tend to have fewer students, according to a statement …

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CSUSB fraternity raises money for hospital workers

Members of the Delta Sigma Phi Eta Beta chapter at Cal State San Bernardino raised more than $1,000 through a virtual fundraiser to buy meals for hospital workers at Dignity Health Community Hospital in San Bernardino. The fraternity bought meals from Alanbertos Mexican Food in San Bernardino and then donated …

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CSUSB Palm Desert to hand out 400-plus degrees

Cal State University’s Palm Desert campus will award 421 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees this spring, the most ever handed out in the campus’s 34-year history. Because if the COVID-19 pandemic, a commencement ceremony will be delayed until such a gathering can be held safely, according to a statement on …

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CSUSB touts summer classes

Cal State San Bernardino is offering extra financial aid to encourage students to enroll in its 2020 summer session. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic that forced the campus to shut down, all summer courses will be conducted online and in a single six-week session, according to a statement on the …

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