Events

Tuesday, March 6

Fictive Kin

Sarah Conaway, Annette Kelm, Kim Schoen Fictive kinships mimic familial relationships but are ultimately defined on their own terms. Fictive Kinpresents...

Free Group Fitness

Everyday comes a new adventure! From Cycling to Yoga, to Zumba and Pilates. Diversify your workouts and try something fun, new, and exciting! Download our...

Footsteps to You: Chattel Slavery exhibition

This exhibition of original artifacts from the collection of Jerry Gore encompasses a specific portion of the Era of Enslavement in the United States. It...

Interdisciplinary Center for Quantitative Modeling in Biology: "Statistical Thermodynamics of Cellular Metabolism and Growth"

Dr. William Cannon Scientist, Team Lead Biological Systems Science Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - Location: Surge 284 Time: March 6,...

GSOE Graduate Programs Info Session

Learn about UCR’s Graduate School of Education (GSOE) Master of Education, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) program offerings Some topics...

TUESDAY TALK

Winter Tuesday Talk Schedule: (2/6/2018): QPOC Talk Description: The QPOC Tuesday Talks Discussion Group is recommended for self-identified people of color...

Facing an Uncertain Future: Why Civic Infrastructure Helps Make Some Cities Better Prepared than Others

Every community has a civic infrastructure. The National Civic Index is a powerful tool cities can use to analyze their civic strengths and weaknesses in...

Living the Promise San Francisco Reception

Alumni, parents, and friends are invited to a reception with special guest UCR Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox. Hear from Professor of Chemical & Environmental...

Origami Workshop

Come join the UCR origami club for a night of origami and socializing. We will provide the paper and you’ll provide the folding! And don’t worry, we’ll teach...

Tuesday, March 6