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Survey: UC Riverside degree is a good investment

UC Riverside has been named one of the top U.S. colleges for offering degrees that yield the best results at affordable rates. CNBC Make-It, a business news website, ranked UC Riverside 14th on its annual list of  “50 Colleges That Pay Off The Most.” Earlier this year, U.S. News & …

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Sheth named senior VP

Dilesh Sheth has been promoted to senior vice president at Albert A. Webb Associates, a civil engineering and planning firm in Riverside. A 20-year employee with the firm, Sheth has long demonstrated “strong leadership, mentorship, management, and strategic thinking, always looking out for the best interests of clients, partners, and …

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Kottke recognized by SIOP

Janet L. Kottke, professor of psychology at Cal State San Bernardino, has received the distinguished teaching contributions award from the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. An instructor at the school since 1985, Kottke – who teaches graduate and undergraduate courses – has more than 160 publications, presentations, and reports …

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MSJC begins online semester

Mt. San Jacinto College began its fall semester Monday, even though the campus was all but empty. About 98 percent of the school’s classes are online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement on the school’s website. Automotive, nursing, and diagnostic medical sonography and other “hands-on” courses will …

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ONT to add Mexico City flights

Volaris, the discount International airline, will begin non-stop flights from Ontario International to Mexico City this fall. Reservations and tickets are available now for the service, which is scheduled to begin Nov., 9, according to a statement posted on the airport’s website. The Mexico-to-Ontario flights will happen on Monday and …

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SB County program helps businesses deal with COVID-19

San Bernardino County’s Education, Engagement, and Enforcement Program, which is designed to help businesses cope with COVID-19, is apparently off to a solid start. During its first two weeks, workers from Environmental Health Services visited approximately 1,650 businesses and got an “overwhelmingly positive” response from owners and managers, according to …

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