Inside UCR
News for Faculty and Staff of the University of California, Riverside | Volume 2, Number 10 | May 24, 2006

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UCR’s proposal for a medical school builds upon the existing UCR/UCLA Thomas Haider Program in Biomedical Sciences.
UCR Submits Medical School Proposal
UCR Medical school will seek to address the medically underserved Inland Southern California area.
UC Riverside submitted a proposal on May 15 to University of California officials to establish a research-based School of Medicine. If approved, the school will be the first new public medical school west of the Mississippi in the 21st century, opening in the fall of 2012 with an entering class of 40 students.
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Deborah Wong, professor of music and lead scholar on "Asian American Riverside"
Tales of Asian American Riverside Online
A UC Riverside professor develops a Web site to tell the story of Asian Americans in Riverside.
The many contributions of Asian Americans in Riverside are now archived for the first time on the World Wide Web, complete with oral histories, photographs and links for further research.
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Be Bee Free
A UCR researcher provides tips on how to reduce the curb appeal for house-hunting bees.
The cardinal rule in real estate - location, location, location - also holds true for bee swarms seeking new homes this spring and summer, according to UC Riverside Entomologist Kirk Visscher.
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Law School May be in UCR’s Future
Originally submitted in 1999, possible specialties at the law school might include international studies, law and culture, and science and the law.
UC Riverside officials updated and submitted a plan to the University of California Office of the President asking for approval to open a School of Law on campus.
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UCR Child Development Center Earns Accreditation From National Organization
The UC Riverside Child Development Center has received, for the second time, accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation's leading organization of early child care professionals.
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