2017 News Releases
FFCU employees now the opportunity to advance their education through an on-site bachelor’s degree program
New agreement supports pursuit of higher education among UTC employees
Dr. Andrew Wall, who earned his master's degree in academic and student affairs from Ball State, will be celebrated and give a talk at his alma mater in January 2018.
What are the safety and security challenges faced by schools, colleges, and communities?
In a first-of-its-kind agreement for both institutions, the University of Redlands, a private liberal arts, graduate and professional university in Southern California, and Tuskegee University, a private historically black university in Alabama, have partnered to provide expanded opportunities for students and faculty.
U of R is expanding campus and opportunities
Susan Burton is nationally known as a leader in the effort to restore basic civil and human rights for incarcerated women and to reform the criminal justice system
The U of R regional site opens doors and opportunities for working professionals
Dr. Michael Garstang is the first of three speakers scheduled for the annual U of R Human-Animal Studies Lecture Series
The event is a traditionally integral part of launching the holiday season in Redlands
The Emmy Award-winning filmmaker’s work has helped effect policy change on college and university campuses
Keynote Speaker Dr. Tyrone Howard will discuss ‘Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools’
New ISEA report also identifies women as at greater risk than men
The furry heir-apparent marks 100 years since the University embraced the ‘bulldog spirit’
Eddleman is first new U of R dean of student affairs in more than three decades
Professor of Environmental Studies Monty Hempel, Ph.D., an expert on environmental and marine science, is available to speak on the devastating loss of corals in Australia's Great Barrier Reef and the significant threat global warming poses to coral reefs in the United States
Tens of thousands of lives could be put at risk
Exit from the Accord will affect U.S. leadership role in developing clean energy alternatives
A faculty-student research team in the chemistry lab at the University of Redlands has advanced a new approach to a critical process in pharmaceutical drug development that could reduce the time and cost of bringing a drug from concept to market.
Rocky Mountain region leads job growth; Great Lakes region has slowest growth
Guide to colleges highlights innovative learning opportunities at Redlands
Students from the University of Redlands School of Music, conducted by Associate Professor of Choral Studies Joseph Modica, will present Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. CONCERT POSTPONED: New date: Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. More details will be posted when available.
The University of Redlands announced today that Thomas A. Horan, previously dean of the Claremont Graduate School’s (CGU) Drucker School of Management, has been named dean of University of Redlands School of Business, effective July 1.
The author and mythbuster’s lecture is part of the Human-Animal Studies program
About 1,750 students will graduate from the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, School of Business. Musician Kevin Eubanks will receive an Honorary Doctor of Music.
Commentators to join educational policy symposium presented by UR Center for Educational Justice, School of Education
Former National Park Service Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance Mickey Fearn will discuss racial equity in the outdoors at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 13, 2017
Segal will discuss the question, “Can the Israeli-Palestinian conflict be resolved during the Trump presidency?”
The production will be featured this August in Scotland’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The show features the final projects of University of Redlands seniors.
The University of Redlands continues its Spring 2017 Political Series by welcoming former Senator Barbara Boxer.
Mortar Board Honor Society honors the director of choral activities with its highest faculty honor
Redlands’ 27th annual festival celebrates a multitude of cultures
The production is based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s gothic tales
Part of the ongoing 'Beyond the Great Divide' series, this event seeks to increase awareness through dialogue
Six winning students from the School of Music to be showcased
Daniel Otter, author, entrepreneur, and education advocate has joined the University of Redlands as its new associate dean of continuing studies.
Noted policy innovator and alumnus Peter C. Groff featured in opening event
The community is invited to enjoy a free performance of two music masterpieces
Nationally syndicated columnist, bestselling author and radio host Ben Shapiro to speak
UR alumnus Lt. Col. Billy Pope ‘01 to consider the question “Will the next war be a cyber war?”
Crafton Hills College students will be guaranteed admission at the University of Redlands under a new agreement to be signed by Dr. Wei Zhou, president of CHC, and Dr. Ralph Kuncl, president of University of Redlands on March 8, 2017
A screening of the award-winning documentary will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker
Redlands event offers opportunity to learn about wellness and help raise money in support of the effort
University of Redlands Professor and Author Kathy Feeley will talk about the focus of her book, ‘Mary Pickford: Hollywood and the New Woman’ at the Redlands Forum
Recording on campus,‘New president, new policies: California, immigration and the shifting American Dream’ will explore the changing political climate through a range of perspectives
Former White House deputy chief of staff and campaign manager Jim Messina first of several speakers and events to address the current political climate
As editor of Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, Dr. Catherine Salmon will strive to engage readership and gain the attention of scholars
The national youth choir of Australia performs at University during first U.S. tour
The University community will pay homage to the civil rights leader through service projects, musical performances, readings, and a special address.
Art by Thomas McGovern and Juan Delgado
Ensemble named “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker magazine