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What’s behind the desire for ‘skilled’ immigrants? Racial prejudice.

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By Neil Malhotra and Benjamin Newman |

MPP Students Receive a Grant to Collaborate with the R'Pantry

UC Riverside’s R’Pantry is expanding with access to nutritious food and a plethora of healthy options thanks to Maria Omary and Larysha Green RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Larysha Green and Maria Omary, current first year UCR Master of Public Policy students, received a grant from UCR Healthy Campus, for their project titled Enhancing Nutritious Food Access...
By Madeleine Bunting |

Internship Program Offers Experience in Policy Work

The UCR School of Public Policy Internship Program provides students an opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom to the real world. RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Internships are an integral part of exposing public policy students to the real world. To that effect, the UCR School of Public Policy Internship Program has been matching...
By Maya Prasad |

Bryan Alexander's Future Trends Forum with Guest Steven Brint

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The Unkept Promises of Higher Education

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By David Kirp |

Five myths about the Ivy League

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By Jerome Karabel |

Senior Policy Fellow Barry Wallerstein Receives Clean Air Award

Congratulations to Senior Policy Fellow Barry Wallerstein, recipient of the 2018 Haagen-Smit Clean Air Award! Learn More
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Inland California: the backbone of our state

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By Ashley Swearengin and Karthick Ramakrishnan |

2 Riverside natives appointed to Gov. Newsom’s office

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By Ryan Hagen |

Qingfang Wang Awarded the 2019 Haynes Fellowship Award

Congratulations to Public Policy Professor, Qingfang Wang, recipient of the 2019 Haynes Fellowship Award! Learn More

Author discusses new book defending the quality of American higher education

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By Scott Jaschik |

Science to Policy Mixer

S2P, in partnership with UCR School of Public Policy, invited Assemblymember Jose Medina to UCR for a networking mixer. Medina is Assemblymember for California's 61st District (Riverside, Moreno Valley, Perris, and Mead Valley) and is beginning his third term in this position. Medina is also chair of the Assembly Committee on Higher Education, making him...

American higher education development achievements and challenges coexist

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By Wang Youran |

Is This Higher Education’s Golden Age?

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By Steven Brint |

Is US higher education in crisis?

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By Steven Brint |

In Orange County, a Republican Fortress Turns Democratic

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By Adam Nagourney and Robert Gebeloff |
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