Attendees will learn about graduate degree programs in organizational leadership (MSOL), learning and teaching (MALT) and a bachelor’s degree program in business (BS) scheduled to begin in January 2020.
University of Redlands educator receives Making IT Happen award at global conference
The University’s main campus is home to more than 3,000 trees
For 15 years, the Center for Educational Justice based in the University of Redlands School of Education has been a leader in research, scholarship, and collaboration seeking educational equity for students from kindergarten through college.
Seminary joins a new University of Redlands graduate school and establishes the University’s first campus in Northern California
Rabinowitz talks about the recently passed APA Guidelines for the Psychological Practice with Boys and Men, on The Academic Minute.
Program Coordinator Jennifer King, Program Tutor Alejandrina Morales and two special students talk about the unique opportunity.
What is educational justice and how can it be measured? “Using GIS to Evaluate the Educational Justice of Student Teaching Placements,” offers a number of insights.
Why are bees important for the environment? Are bees dangerous? Students, faculty, and staff at the Sustainable University of Redlands Farm (SURF) are trying to raise awareness about these important creatures and recently hosted an inaugural honey harvest to aid in the effort.
The partnership establishes a seamless pathway for qualified RCC business students to transfer into U of R’s School of Business and pursue a bachelor in science degree at the Riverside campus. Students who complete the bachelor’s degree can then enroll into U of R’s MBA program.
On behalf of our community, to our student, to those injured, and to all of those affected by this heinous act of violence, I send our heartfelt condolences and reiterate our determination to bring goodness to the world.
The exhibit showcases a large cross-section of an oak tree that stood watch over the University of Redlands Quad from 1925 to 2014.
The grants will support research and teaching in the Netherlands, South Africa, and India
Upward tick in transfer students has counselors looking to strategic pathways to ensure student success
An honorary degree will be awarded posthumously
The Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychotherapy is the first-ever University of Redlands degree designed for students in China
Senior art exhibit, multicultural festival, and adoption event open to the public on main campus
Developed within SFTS’s Applied Wisdom Institute (AWI) and U of R’s School of Education, the Mental Health and Spirituality Certificate program will teach and guide community leaders, building knowledge and competencies in mental health, spiritual care, and community engagement.
The annual event will celebrate its 13th year empowering Native youth
Event aims to inspire Bulldog alumni, family, and friends to support a variety of University programs
A trio of intersectional weekend events will celebrate race, gender, and culture through presentations, discussions, and festivities. All events are free and open to the public.
Marianna Kantor to discuss using digital insights to drive business
The inaugural, student-run event will feature faculty and students
More than 280 alumni have served abroad since the Peace Corps founding in 1961
Event explores the impact of geographic information systems on the present and the future
John Farris’21 is one of only 262 to receive the honor
The acclaimed fiction novelist is the U of R featured guest writer for spring
Play explores human reactions to societal pressures
Respected innovators in higher education sign an Agreement in Principle to bring S.F. Theological Seminary into University of Redlands
Continuing the service it has provided for more than two decades, the U of R will again collaborate with Internal Revenue Service to offer free assistance beginning Feb. 25
Dr. Monty Hempel is an environmental scientist and recognized expert on issues of climate disruption.
Award–winning writer and director Barry Jenkins, known for “Moonlight” and “If Beale Street Could Talk,” will discuss his extensive and diverse career.
About 600 people turned out for the Beyoncé Mass—which used the music of Beyoncé as part of a Christian worship service open to all—at the U of R’s Memorial Chapel.
Unique worship experience on Martin Luther King Jr. Day inspired rich conversation about women, social justice, and theology