About Redlands

Student Achievement

Students on Graduation Day

Believe in accomplishing a lot? You’ll be in good company here.

Personally and globally, our students literally change the world. Here’s a partial list of what our students have achieved over the past couple of years:

In international study, seven Bulldogs received prestigious Fulbright awards in the past three years. They have conducted research and taught in Germany, Morocco and Taiwan. They’re among a selective group: Fulbright awards are the highest and most competitive awards for overseas research or teaching given by the federal government. Only 1,500 graduating seniors receive a Fulbright every year.

Redlands science students have garnered selective Goldwater Scholarships in recent years, selected among a pool of more than 1,000 math, science and engineering students nominated by faculty members of colleges nationwide.

For the fourth year, University of Redlands business undergraduates have received Boeing internships. Business Department students have repeatedly been selected for the prestigious and highly competitive Boeing internship, which offers a junior-year student summer employment in Seattle with the Commercial Aircraft arm of the Boeing Corporation.

Students have also explored career paths with internships that range from a four-week-long investigation of Human-Animal Studies at a beautiful southern Utah animal sanctuary to a voyage to the Galapagos Islands as part of a research project with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.

Thurber, an English bulldog, is the University's mascot.

He is named after Clarence Howe Thurber, University president from 1933-37.

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