Letters of admission and a bulldog mascot named Addie congratulate early admits to the class of 2023
Noelani Pierce, a sophomore food science and biology major from Chicago, Illinois, says she was initially attracted to the exchange program because of the new experiences it offered.
Francesca Lia Block, a visiting assistant professor for creative writing, will present her work at a reading and reception that is free and open to the public.
Join the conversation as Take Two host A Martínez explores what’s inspiring the surge in immigration and its implications on the region’s politics, economy, and more. from 7:30-9 p.m. Tuesday, December 4, in Glenn Wallichs Theater.
Tchen, who served as key advisor in Obama Administration, will talk about her life and work
By making our voices heard when choosing leaders and weighing in on our most sacred values, we can make a difference.
The scientist, educator, and award-winning author will share how trust can increase performance in the workplace
U of R’s Creative Writing Department will host journalist and author Miriam Pawel
Activist Patrisse Cullors will engage in a conversation about restorative justice, among other topics, with activist Richard Edmond-Vargas
New program designed to address the needs and challenges of 21st century organizational leaders
Jay Elliot to discuss ‘Disruptive Innovation: The Steve Jobs Way’
Live Q & A from noon-2 p.m. on Oct. 23, 2018
'A Celebration of Environmental Sanity' features three documentaries
Continuing the revered tradition that for many marks the beginning of the holiday season, the University of Redlands will present the 71st Feast of Lights at 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, Saturday, Dec. 1, and Monday, Dec. 3, and at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2 in the Memorial Chapel.
Climate lawyer, activist Kassie Siegel to present ‘Saving the Polar Bear and Other Adventures’
How can philosophy, sociology, geographic information sciences, history, and political science work together to combat emerging public health crises?
University of Redlands to showcase creative writing faculty. Readings will include works of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
School of Ed dean will represent AICCU on the California CTC
New VP will lead the University’s ‘Forever Yours’ campaign to completion
Partnership features U of R offices at WeWork locations, also membership and tuition discounts
Professional development executive will lead growth and build partnerships in key departments
New agreement marks major growth of Associate Degree for Transfer Program
The unprecedented collaboration establishes U of R onsite courses at the Fullerton campus
New Spatial Business Initiative helps meet need for location intelligence in business with new MBA program, business surveys, and research
The ensemble is the only choir from the United States invited to perform, and one of only 11 choirs chosen to sing at the international event in Canada
University of Redlands Center for Educational Justice welcomes Dr. Garces to its Ed.D. Speaker Series
Professor uses non-traditional approach to help students understand the scope and impact of the Holocaust
The interactive festival supports mental health awareness and outreach opportunities in the Inland Empire
Authors James and Deborah Fallows talk about their adventure and what they learned about a country busy remaking itself
About 120 students from colleges and universities across California will participate in the student-run, two-day event
About 1670 undergraduate and graduate students will graduate April 19-21, 2018
The scientist, educator and award-winning author will share how trust can increase performance in the workplace
All are welcome to learn about spatial study and U of R projects
Cristina Mittermeier will share adventures, images and talk about the power of water
Bulldogs in Service is an annual opportunity for Bulldogs, along with their families and friends, to serve in their communities.
Visiting elementary students helped to celebrate the honor by planting trees
The University of Redlands is proud to announce its newest collaboration with the County of Riverside to expand undergraduate and graduate program opportunities for all benefits-eligible employees.
University of Redlands students will soon benefit from a collaboration forged this week aimed at enhancing diversity in the healthcare workforce and creating opportunities for those working toward a career in healthcare.
Human rights scholar Loretta Ross to deliver keynote
School of Music and Office of the President proclamation notes ‘indelible mark on generations’
Christopher Gabbitas of The King’s Singers joins choral faculty to teach in unique program
The Grammy®Award-winning ensemble is celebrating 50 years of performing around the globe
The Peace Corps announced this week that the University of Redlands ranked No. 4 among small schools on the agency’s 2018 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list. There are 14 Bulldogs currently volunteering worldwide.
“Paddington” illustrator and actor/author Eric Pierpoint highlight the annual event
The University of Redlands Mortar Board Honor Society has announced that Jill Robinson, who teaches management and leadership in the Department of Business Administration, has been named Professor of the Year.
The Honor Recital has, since 1983, provided a public showcase for just a few of the most outstanding performers in the University of Redlands School of Music.
A message from President Ralph Kuncl
Authors answer this question and others in talk at University of Redlands
The accreditation certifies that the teaching and learning processes within the University’s School of Business meet the rigorous educational standards established by ACBSP.
Horan brings real-world experience and more than 30 years in designing, implementing, and evaluating businesses which has led several initiatives in healthcare, supply chain, and transportation.
University of Redlands Alliance for Community Transformation and Wellness loans original art for display before showcase at May festival
Addie's coronation fit for a queen