Have you ever wondered what your dog is thinking or if cows have feelings? Are you interested in the reasons behind the behavior of animals and wish you could learn more about them? University of Redlands' new major in human-animal studies might be for you.
The University of Redlands recently announced the appointment of Dr. Christopher Ocker as assistant provost of the university’s Graduate School of Theology (GST) and interim dean of San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS), both located on the University of Redlands Marin campus.
Redlands also profiled as one of the “best and most interesting” in the country, according to the 2022 Fiske Guide to Colleges
The virtual three-day celebration aims to explore the diverse, lived experiences of the Black communities and seek support for the designation of a Juneteenth Emancipation national holiday
The designation will help the University to better support increasingly diverse student populations
Degrees were conferred to students in the College of Arts and Sciences, schools of Education and Business, and Johnston Center for Integrative Studies
In-person commencement recognized graduating students’ achievements and perseverance
Ashby succeeds Leland C. Launer, Jr. ’77, who is pleased the University's new president and new Board chair will take office at the same time as a united leadership team.
Seven students considered “the best of the best” will perform in the virtual event
Newkirk, who will become the U of R’s first female president, joins the University in July
New report shows U of R contributes over $185 million to county economy, further demonstrating the university’s reach beyond its campus borders
For this tax season, all assistance will be initiated through an online intake form.
After a pandemic-induced pause in agency operations, Peace Corps is now recruiting volunteers
New statewide program will empower Californians to take meaningful action against climate change