UC Riverside autism research

What makes kids with autism less social than their peers?

New research suggests that at least two factors are at play.

Neil Garg UCLA

And the nation’s biggest teaching award goes to ...

Chemistry professor receives a prestigious award for teaching and its $250,000 prize.

Student Advisory Board

New Student Advisory Board will provide input on sexual violence prevention and response

A 19-student panel will bring forward its ideas on combatting assault and harrassment.

Dreamers attend SOTU

UC Dreamers to Congress: We’re here to stay

Three UC Dreamers attend the State of the Union as guests to put a human face on one of the nation's most pressing issues.

Chris Henry UCLA

HBCU partnership brings new students to UC grad programs

Budding scientists and scholars are exploring deeper research interests after interning in a unique UC program.

150 UC

What it means to be boldly Californian

Look back on 150 years of amazing discoveries, students and visionaries that helped make UC what it is today in a new video.

UC Irvine seminar

Battling bias

A freshman seminar series on prejudice aims to teach tolerance and encourage activism.

UC Riverside storybooks

How storybook lessons impart scholastic success

Differences in children's literature in the U.S., Mexico and China may help explain academic performance.

1870 female students

UC celebrates 150 years of pioneering a better future

Reflecting on a century and a half of life at the world's most renowned public university.

MIA art museum Berkeley

New center aims to nourish your empathy — with art

Dacher Keltner helps launch the art world’s first ‘empathy center,’ using the power of art to induce compassion.

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