After receiving feedback from approx. 450 individuals, including faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members, a final report has been compiles to provide guidance regarding UC Riverside’s space needs, transportation, sustainability, safety, and aesthetics.
Below you will find a link to UCR Today’s feature article on the Physical Master Plan Study, as well as a link to the study’s website on UCR’s Capital Asset Strategies page and a link to the study itself.
The Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses. Compliance is monitored by the United States Department of Education, which can impose civil penalties, up to $35,000 per violation, against institutions for each infraction and can suspend institutions from participating in federal student financial aid programs.
The law is named for Jeanne Clery, a 19-year-old Lehigh University freshman who was raped and murdered in her campus residence hall in 1986. The backlash against unreported crimes on numerous campuses across the country led to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.  The Clery Act, signed in 1990, was originally known as the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act.
In a massive show of force, UCR students scoured hillsides and arroyos to collect a trailer load of trash. Over seventy five participants from numerous fraternities.collaborated with the University Neighborhood and Friends Of Riverside’s Hills to reinvigorate Watkins Drive, Gateway to the University Neighborhood.
The morning’s haul included a well used triple recliner couch minus remote, nine tires, a bumper with plate plus thirty five bags of assorted trash. These guys climbed hills and scampered down into arroyos to retrieve the bounty.
In a straw poll at the end, students indicated an interest in a potential collaboration to help build the new C Trail in the Box Springs Mountains. It seems like a perfect legacy project for students, alumnae association and the UCR Foundation.
This batch of trash can be appreciated for a short time only. City crews will find this easily accessible at this location.
Discount Uber rides, free concerts, bike-sharing and an unlimited supply of Red Bull are among the offerings designed to attract the 20 million plus college students looking to afford living in these perked up pads.
Read more about how some developers are penciling out their investments in college living.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, who is widely regarded as a leading expert on inequality, work and the economy, will speak at UC Riverside on Tuesday, Feb. 10, as part of the School of Public Policy Seminar Series.
“An Evening with Robert Reich” will begin at 4:30 p.m. with refreshments on the University Theatre patio. The documentary film “Inequality for All,” which examines widening income inequality in the United States, will screen in the theater from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Reich, who narrates the film, will answer questions about themes addressed in the documentary from 7 to 7:30 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are requested as seating is limited. Free parking will be available in Lot 6. RSVP online or by contacting Mark Manalang at (951) 827-5656 or email@example.com.
Reich is Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at UC Berkeley and senior fellow at the Blum Center for Developing Economies. He served as labor secretary in the Clinton administration, and was named one of the 10 most effective Cabinet secretaries of the 20th century by Time Magazine.
He is the author of numerous books, including best sellers “Aftershock” and “The Work of Nations,” and “Beyond Outrage: What has gone wrong with our economy and our democracy and how to fix it.” He is a founding editor of American Prospect magazine, chairman of Common Cause, and a political commentator on programs such as “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” and “Marketplace.”
“Inequality for All” premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, where it won a U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Achievement in Filmmaking. Directed by Jacob Kornbluth, the film examines widening income inequality and the effect of the growing gap on the U.S. economy and American democracy.
We are looking forward to your personal participation in one or both of the upcoming UCR Future Campus Visioning Workshops on February 24th. Many of you already have let us know you plan to attend, and we appreciate that early commitment and show of support.
The response already has been fantastic!! To facilitate an accurate count and to gather additional information, such as each participant’s meal selection and affiliation, we ask that you use the centralized reservation system accessible through the RSVP links below, or on our newly-launched Study website.
Please RSVP as soon as possible, preferably by Wednesday, February 11th. We also encourage you to share the attached flyer with anyone you believe would be interested to participate, and ask them to RSVP as soon as possible. Questions may be sent to our Study email address at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to seeing you on the 24th!
To help UCR fulfill its promise as a vibrant, diverse institution of great distinction, the Campus Physical Master Plan Team invites you to attend one of two UCR Future Campus Visioning Workshops.Join UCR students, colleagues, friends, and neighbors for a unique opportunity to shape the vision and future of our physical campus. Make your voice heard on a wide variety of issues, including architecture, design, open spaces, sustainability, traffic, transportation, parking, signage, amenities, landscaping, safety, way-finding, walkability and much more. Through this fun and interactive session, share your ideas, opinions, concerns and suggestions for making UCR an even friendlier, safer and more inspiring place to live, learn, work and play.TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2015
CAMPUS WORKSHOP #1 (DAY)
(doors open at 12:15 p.m.)
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
Lunch and free 3-hour parking included for those who register
Nothing to worry about if you happen to see hundreds of emergency personnel on campus this Wednesday.
To the Campus Community,
As part of UCR’s ongoing emergency preparations, the campus has invited more than one hundred emergency responders to come take a tour of the campus on Wednesday, Dec. 17, focusing on the labs and steam plant. Emergency vehicles will be parked in Lot 6. We are trying to share this notice widely to avoid someone mistaking numerous emergency vehicles for a crisis.
“This is important work and part of our ability to communicate efficiently with each other if there is an emergency,” said Russell Vernon, director of UCR’s Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
Representatives of Riverside County Fire, Riverside Police, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and several other fire agencies will be touring labs, the steam plant, and other areas of campus that might be critically important to an emergency response during an earthquake or other natural disaster. The tour and workshop lasts from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Join us for a cool evening stroll! Tours begin at 7:00 PM and will last until around 8:30 PM, followed by dessert/refreshments on the patio.
We will be hosting two Twilight Tours this summer:
—July 25th —August 15th
Tours begin at 7:00 PM and will last until around 8:30 PM, followed by dessert/refreshments on the patio.
A follow-up message will be sent with additional details and RSVP information.
If you have never been in the Botanic Gardens come nightfall, you are encouraged to attend this event. It is unbelievably serene and mysterious in the evening, and always a relief from the heat of the day. The tours are led by our docents.