Events

Wednesday, January 23

Be There for Students in Crisis

Students will take the 30-minute "At-Risk" online simulation to learn how to help a student that may be distressed.

Lap Swim & Stay Fit Workouts

Looking for an extremely good source of cardio? Come to the SRC Pool and check out the plethora of pool centric workouts and whip yourself into shape in no...

Private & Semi-Private Swim Lessons

Want to learn how to swim? Feel like you need a personal instructor? Not to worry, because our private and semi-private lessons will provide you the...

Group Fitness Classes

Tired of the usual work out routine? Not to worry, because with our Group Fitness Classes you are guaranteed to find a class that you will love! Ranging from...

110 Bootcamp

Free day: Monday, January 14 Having trouble tracking your goals? Need that extra push to gain your dream body? 110 Bootcamp is the program for you! This...

Introduction to GIS

Geographic information systems (GIS) are powerful tools for displaying and analyzing features on the earth’s surface. GIS is used extensively in academic and...

Faculty and Staff Listening Tour with Dr. Jennifer Brown, Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education

Dr. Jennifer Brown, Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education, is conducting a series of listening tours that are opened to all university faculty and...

50X50: Celebrating the Eaton Collection's 50th Anniversary

The J. Lloyd Eaton collection of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and Utopian Literature began under humble yet controversial auspices when University...

Internship and Nonprofit Job Fair

Representatives from government agencies, nonprofit organizations and other industries will be present to discuss how to find open positions and internships,...

Introduction to Health Professions Workshop

This workshop is required before you set up an individual appointment with an HPAC advisor. Please refer to the HPAC home page for availability. This...

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Open House

ITS will be hosting MFA open house on campus between January 22 through January 25, 11am-2pm. At the booth the Information Security Office team members will...

Adult Lap Swim & Stay Fit Class

Do you want to improve your swimming technique? Our SRC Aquatic instructors will provide drills and instruction. Learn basic strokes such as the backstroke,...

Bringing the War Home: World War I Through The Stereoscope

On view at the California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTS. September 29, 2018 - January 27, 2019 Marking the centennial of Armistice, this...

Collected: New Permanent Collection Gallery

California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTS July 7, 2018 - July 28, 2019 The California Museum of Photography is completing its first holistic...

In the Sunshine of Neglect Defining Photographs And Radical Experiments in Inland Southern California, 1950 To The Present

Freedom can be found at the margins. That is the theme of a first-ever survey exhibition opening January 19, 2019. In the Sunshine of Neglect: Defining...

Uncaged: Hero for Higher

Culver Center of the Arts at UCR ARTS November 17, 2018 - March 31, 2019 UNCAGED: HERO FOR HIGHER is a digitally remixed, visually dynamic, gallery...

VA & CalVet Benefits Study Abroad Workshop

If you receive VA benefits or CalVet benefits, this workshop will discuss how your benefits can be applied to a study abroad program.

Fall 2018 Wednesday@Noon Music Series

Department of Music The Wednesday@Noon Music Series offers concerts, lectures, and presentations of academic research by Department of Music faculty,...

Wednesday@Noon Lecture by pianist/composer Keith Kirchoff. Making It: The 21st-Century Professional Musician

UCR Department of Music Wednesday@Noon Lecture/Performance Keith Kirchoff, piano Making It: The 21st-Century Professional Musician Without any formal ties...

The Carpentries Hacky Hours, Drop-In Sessions

Take your computer coding to the next level. Whether you are a novice interested in learning to code or an experienced programmer comfortable with many...

Mentor Drop-in Hours: QTPOC Students

Our trained Chicano Link Peer Mentors will facilitate weekly drop-in hours in the center. The event will focus on specific identities and their allies. The...

Finding Wellness Student Meetings

Living a Sober Life? Recovering from addiction, harmful or unhealthy behaviors? Find fellowship and support from peers on a similar path. Join our weekly...

Teacher Education Program Information Session

Learn more about admission requirements, deadlines, and scholarship opportunities for Summer 2019 admission.Teaching Credentials Offered: Single Subject...

UCR and City Year: A Legacy of Service

Interested in a year of service where you can help students in the classroom to succeed? City Year could be the place for you! Stop by their information...

Free Child Care

Need to blow off some steam but don't have a baby sitter? Not to worry, because the SRC Child Center offers a plethora of activities and educational games to...

Hack Night - Game Design and Development

Join a project with Gamespawn and learn the game development pipeline, from the design phase to building a finished project within a game engine. Whether...

MESC Speaker Series: The Iraq War

Join UCR and UCI PhD candidate Arman Azedi for a lecture and discussion on the 2003 Iraq War and its consequences and impact on the world today. All students...

WRITERS RESIST: Louder Together for Free Expression

UCR Department of Creative Writing Writers Resist: Riverside in collaboration with Pen...

Powerlifting

Free day Monday, January 14 Master the basics of powerlifting in this short, 8-week course. The primary focus is on the holy trinity: the deadlift, squat...

Student Focus Groups: Nurture Your UCR Heart

Earn $10 dining dollars have some snacks and tell us what you think. UCR students, The WELL and UCR Healthy Campus would like to invite you to participate in...

ASPB Presents: Skate Night

Come and enjoy a night of skating with us!

Arts and Letters Author Series: David Ulin

David L. Ulin is a critic, essayist, editor, and novelist. A Guggenheim Fellow, he is the author or editor of nine books, including "Sidewalking: Coming to...

Wednesday, January 23