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  • Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox's "Campus of Respect" Letter to the Community

    [October 6, 2014] A core attribute of a major research university is the exchange of a diversity of ideas, perspectives, and opinions. At the University of California, Riverside, we celebrate our rich mixture of cultures, backgrounds, and outlooks, as well as differences in race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, language, physical abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status, geographic region, and more.

    As members of the UCR community, we are continually learning, and often we learn the most when we disagree with one another or challenge traditional assumptions. However, as we share our sometimes disparate views, we must always maintain an environment of respect and civility.

    We have the right – and privilege – of free speech. With this right, however, comes responsibility. As we exercise our freedom of speech, we must remain sensitive to the perspectives of others and faithful to our values of openness, civility, and respect. UCR strives to provide a safe and welcoming environment that encourages intellectual growth and spirited discussion and, when necessary, denounces words that incite acts of incivility, violence, bigotry, discrimination, or intolerance. Read the full message here.
  • UCR Once Again Included on Campus Pride's List of Most LGBT-Friendly University  

    [August 15, 2014] UC Riverside has long been a leader in LGBT-inclusive policies, programs and practices. These include the LGBIT Studies Minor, Stonewall Hall & Gender Inclusive Housing, transgender-inclusive health care, and the Kalyn Smith-Tranquil’son Memorial Fund, which assists students who lose family support because of their involvement in the LGBT community. Read more here.
  • How One University Has Achieved Parity in Student Success

    [April 20, 2014] Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox talks to the Chronicle of Higher Ed about what works and what does not for improving student success, and what's at risk if colleges do not bridge socioeconomic divides. Watch the interview here.
  • UCOP Releases UC Systemwide Climate Survey Results

    [March 19, 2014] The University of California released the results of the first-ever UC systemwide survey of its students, faculty and staff on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. The Campus Climate Survey is believed to be the largest, most comprehensive university system survey of its kind. Read more here. 
  • Chancellor's Diversity Education Program: Making Excellence Inclusive (MEI)

    UCR established the Diversity Education & Leadership Initiative (DELI) in 2008 to promote, coordinate and oversee diversity activities on the campus. Since that time DELI has established the Chancelor's Diversity Education Program: Making Excellent Inclusive (MEI).
  • UC Riverside Lauded for Diversity, Value in the U.S. News & World Report's 2014 Best           Colleges Guide

    The University of California, Riverside has once-again been recognized as a "Best Value School" and was lauded for its diversity in the U.S. News and World Report's 2014 Best Colleges Guide.  Read more here.

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