Events

Wednesday, April 17

 Swim to the “C” Challenge

Keen on taking on the ultimate swimming challenge? Swim the distance through our campus famous spring quarter challenge. Come and win exclusive prizes for...

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.

Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons

Want to learn how to swim at your own pace? Register for our Private & Semi Private Swim Lessons and find a perfect time for your schedule. Our instructor...

The Mile High Club

Scale the equivalent of a tall mountain (5,280 feet!) at The Rock and gain access into the elusive Mile High Club. This challenge is the ultimate test of...

UCR DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC  2018-2019 CONCERT SEASON

UCR Department of Music 2018-2019 Concert Season FALL 2018 OCT 10, Wednesday, 7:00 pm - UCR ARTS: Culver Center of the Arts Outpost Concert Series: The...

Personal Training Sessions

Maximize your time and achieve your fitness goals with 30-minute personal training sessions. Make the time to get yourself in shape and feel yourself...

Peanut Butter & Jogging

Come every Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and walk/run with people of all fitness levels, then enjoy snacks after the morning workout - grab and go, or...

Prep Workshop for Oral Presentations - Research Symposium

The Oral Presentation Symposium workshop will provide guidance to students who have been accepted to share their undergraduate research in an oral...

Information Session for University of Michigan Program in Survey Methodology

You are invited to learn about educational and career opportunities in Survey Methodology. What is survey methodology? Survey Methodology is an...

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...

Intro to the Rock

Want to learn how to climb? Intimidated by the daunting task of scaling a boulder? Come to the SRC and take 15 minutes to learn the ins and outs of The ROCK;...

Part-Time Summer Job Search & Resume Writing

Attend two workshops in one! The Job Search workshop will teach you strategies to find a part time job or internship by using a variety of techniques. The...

ASPB Presents: Spring Nooners 2019

Did you know that ASPB hosts WEEKLY LIVE SHOWS at the belltower on Wednesdays @ 12PM featuring local up & coming artists? We’ve got an exciting and diverse...

Andy Warhol: An Instant Sketch

Andy Warhol: An Instant Sketch On view at the California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTS December 8, 2018 through May 12, 2019. This exhibition...

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...

Evaluating Water Conservation Policy in California

Leah Stokes (Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, Environmental Studies Department, UC...

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...

MESC Nooner

Come to the MESC Nooner and show off your dancing skills with Al Salam Dabke, free henna, t-shirts, and a lot more fun! All are welcome!

Mirror Mirror

Opening reception on March 9 from 4-5 PM is free to the public. Mirror Mirror features a building taking a picture of itself. On Sunday, June 7, 1987,...

UCR DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC  Wednesday@Noon Series

W@12 SPRING 2019 The Wednesday@Noon Series offers concerts, lectures, and presentations of academic research by Department of Music faculty, postdoctoral...

UCR Music Wednesday@Noon Lecture by Samuel N. Dorf. EXTREME!!! Early Music: Performing Antiquity Today

UCR Department of Music Wednesday@Noon Lecture Samuel N. Dorf, musicologist and dance historian EXTREME!!! Early Music: Performing Antiquity Today Liz...

CARE Conversations: R. Kelly, Rape Culture and Representation

This CARE Conversation explores this moment in the #metoo movement and currently in pop culture. How do we consume media and pop culture following #metoo,...

Maker Week / Creat'R Faire

The Creat'R Lab invites you to join us for Maker Week, starting with the kickoff event on Monday, April 15 -- the Creat'R Faire on the Orbach Library lawn....

Materials Science and Engineering Program - Colloquium

Jeff Neaton, Condensed Matter Physics And Materials Science, UC Berkeley

Now Hiring Interns!

If you’re looking for an internship, this is the place to be. Come hear from professionals from a variety of fields who are currently hiring interns. Find...

Family Fun Night: Easter Edition

Join us on Family Fun Night and engage in some hands-on cooking fun! Learn delicious recipes from our very own Chef Val and increase your cooking expertise!

Reading Circles (Center for Teaching & Learning)

Join a Center for Teaching & Learning Reading Circle: short scholarly readings about university pedagogy (an article or chapter)share your stories from the...

Student Recovery and Sobriety Meetings

Join us for peer-led sobriety meetings. Find fellowship and support from those on a similar path. A safe and confidential space. Free snacks. Every Tuesday...

OE Hangouts: Earth Day Bash

Come join the Outdoor Excursions community of adventure enthusiasts! Make your own window sill planter, complete with your choice of plant! Have some snacks...

Top Rope Belay Lessons

Learn the basics of top rope belaying, a critical skill and asset to any avid climber! Gain respect within the climbing community and round out the...

 7v7/ 8v8 IM Flag Football

The Intramural Sports program offers structured leagues and tournaments for all undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty and staff members...

6v6 IM Volleyball

The Intramural Sports program offers structured leagues and tournaments for all undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty and staff members...

Animal Ethics: How Far We've Come

Join us for the 2019 Disciplines in Dialogue series, How Far We’ve Come: Conversations on Health, Peace, Equality and Animal Ethics, co-hosted by UCR Osher...

Disciplines in Dialogue Series

DIVE DEEP IN DIALOGUE UCR Center for Ideas and Society Invites You to Join Our "How Far We've Come" Dialogue Series The 2019 “Disciplines in Dialogue”...

Musiqi Night

Take a trip across the landscape of Middle Eastern music with performances from an array of talented artists including Peter Mazzika and the Band and the...

The 7th Annual Oscar Romero Human Rights Lecture

We would like to personally invite you and your students to the 7th Annual Oscar Romero Human Rights lecture will be held on April 17 and Screening Q+A of...

UCR Center for Ideas and Society

This series is part of UCR's Center for Ideas and Society "Disciplines in Dialogue" program that engages public audiences in conversation with two academics...

UCR Science Lecture Series First-Generation Science

It's About I: Invention, Innovation, and Inspiration By Dr. Kathryn Uhrich, Dean and Chemist, UCR College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences This event...

Outpost Concert Series: Eclipse Quartet (string quartet)

Department of Music and UCR ARTS present Outpost Concert Series Adventurous Music for Curious Ears outpost.ucr.edu Eclipse Quartet (string quartet) Sarah...

Wednesday, April 17