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Corona building is future home of private school

A freestanding building in Corona will be home to a Montessori School. The structure, at 4180 Green River Road, was bought for $2.8 million by an Inland Empire investor who wished to remain anonymous, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga. The seller was an Orange County investor …

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Building approved for UCR business school

Building approved for UCR business school

Plans have been approved for the construction of a building at the UC Riverside School of Business. The building, which will cover 63,400 square feet, was approved July 20 by the UC Board of Regents, according to a statement on the UC Riverside website. It is expected to be up …

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Donation to fund CSUSB lecture series

Cal State San Bernardino has received a $200,000 donation that it will use to establish the Edward Said Endowed Lecture Series. The gift, from local philanthropist Mustafa Milbis and his wife Beatriz, will fund annual discussion by experts on contemporary Palestine, according to a statement on the school’s website. Cal …

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Program will help UofR transfers

San Bernardino Community College District students now have extra incentive to transfer into the University of Redlands. The district and the university have started Redlands Promise, in which district students who transfer to the Redlands campus may not have to pay tuition during their time there, according to a statement …

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CSUSB program will be geared to healthcare students

UofR Giving Day declared a success

Cal State San Bernardino has received $10 million from the state that it will use to help reduce the shortage of healthcare professionals in the Inland region. Once established, the Master of Science Physician Assistant Program will be the first of its kind at a public university in Southern California, …

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CSUSB Palm Desert campus to get student center

Cal State San Bernardino has received $79 million from the state legislature, money the university will use to build the first phase of the Student Center Building on its Palm Desert campus. The 23,700-square-foot facility will accommodate about 4,000 students and and free up other space on campus for classrooms …

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