News

April 2013

University of Redlands football players do a very good deed
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Nearly 50 football players from the University of Redlands spent part of their spring break doing hard manual labor rather than relaxing on a beach somewhere. For the third straight year the Bulldogs volunteered at Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times,...

Road to the Summit: Prescriptions for Inland Empire economic growing pains
California Economy Reporting #
How to get the Inland Empire economy to pass into maturity was one theme that ran through at an event held last Friday at the University of Redlands. "We are a growing region, not a grown region," said Steve PonTell, president of the La Jolla Institute.

Reinventing Government -- Two Decades Later
GovExec.com #
Perhaps the NPR's most concrete accomplishment was reforming the Internal Revenue Service, according to Bob Stone, the project's director and “energizer in chief” and now an adjunct professor at the University of Redlands in California.

The Sun's College Five: San Bernardino Valley ready to start state title quest
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
...left field, and sophomore outfielder Leonard Malfavon (.339). Sophomore catcher Ryan Miller (.315) is the most sought-after player by four-year schools and professional teams because of his skills behind the plate. 2 Senior pitcher Kayla Uphold of...

From Music to Military Science
BlackEngineer.com #
... Defense University and Information Operations from Naval Postgraduate School. She also earned master's degrees in management from the University of Redlands (California) and military science from the Marine Corps Command and Staff College.

REDLANDS: Chinese educational leader visits
Press-Enterprise - Online
Chairman Guilian Tian, second from left, front row, who leads educational initiatives and runs a private school in the Chinese providences of Shin Jin and Wuhan, visits the University of Redlands on April 13…

Locals Only: Alisa Slaughter's 'Bad Habitats' and the Reluctant Evolution of Shared Consciousness
OC Weekly - Online
...or mythic folk tales. Of course coyote is a trickster. Of course cougar would like to eat you. It might be relevant to note that Alisa Slaughter herself lives on the edges, in an Inland Empire mountain community near Redlands, where she teaches at ...

Vintage Redlands brings hundreds to downtown for a cause
San Bernardino Sun - Online
...Redlands Jewelers. The annual event features samples from local food and wine and beer businesses. This year's tour included The Gourmet Pizza Shoppe, Mill Creek Cattle Co., Titan Wine Group and Hangar 24. Mayor Pete Aguilar, Councilman Bob Gardner...

New Autry chief executive saddles up for challenging task
Los Angeles Times - Online
...signature since his first career as an attorney with a practice focused on Native American concerns. West says he didn't inherit an iota of his father's artistic talent. He earned a history degree at his mother's Southern California alma mater...

Redlands splits opening day of SCIAC Tourney
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
REDLANDS - It was difficult to explain what happened to the University of Redlands softball team during Friday's opening contest of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championship tournament on Friday. Simply put, the...

Highland News Schools
Highland Community News - Online
...Native American Student Recognition Dinner on Monday, April 22. This event was sponsored by the San Bernardino Native American Resource Center, San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) Title VII Program, Native Student Programs at ...

Tea on the Terrace planned at Kimberly Crest House and Gardens in Redlands
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
For the Redlands Daily Facts Three history students from the University of Redlands spent their spring semester steeped in research on the traditions and practices of tea in Victorian America. They studied what women wore to tea, what they ate and...

Redlands Forums schedules for Thursday, Tuesday
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
James Fallows among presenters, Redlands leaders' aspirations for the city's future and a nationally known journalist's perspective on the nation's present are coming up at the Redlands Forum, sponsored by Esri and University of Redlands...

Thousands expected for Redlands Community Service Day
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
...the Asistencia and Barton House. Among those participating in the effort, which ties into the city's 125th anniversary celebration, are students, staff and administrators from the Redlands Unified School District, Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa,...

Redlands/Yucaipa Chapter of California Retired Teachers Association presents scholarships
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
...State San Bernardino, completing her work on a bachelor's degree and teaching credential. She will graduate in June. Randall Crim is a graduate of Redlands East Valley High School where he was active in football and other sports. He graduated from...

Vintage Redlands is my favorite event of the year
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
This is a side benefit of Vintage Redlands. The obvious benefits are the fun and the scholarship contributions to students at the University of Redlands.

But the discovery of shops you mightn't have gone in before, and local restaurateurs you hadn't tried, is a bonus. This serves the high horse I'm on about only patronizing locally owned, non-corporate businesses.

University of Redlands hosts active shooter drill
San Jose Mercury News - Online
...on Tuesday morning at the University of Redlands Ann Peppers Hall. Such drills allow emergency responders to evaluate tactics and readiness for similar emergencies. Police stormed into...

School helping student-athletes stay 'On Track'
U-T San Diego - Online
...to 10 riders would show up needing help. They were missing classes, their grades were suffering and Leib was there to fill the gap. "I knew there wasn't a program out there to help these students," said Leib, who holds a master’s in education from ...

The Sun's College Five: SBVC still has a lot to play for
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin - Online
...3.70) on Saturday. The coach said he would like to get his starters out early if possible, especially the one pitching later in the week. "That would be life in the perfect world, but you never know how a game is going to unfold," he said.

REDLANDS: Training exercise will include sounds of gunfire
Press-Enterprise - Online
The University of Redlands, seen here on February during the inauguration of President Ralph W. Kuncl, will be the site of a police training exercise on Tuesday morning, April 23. Nearby residents have been warned that they may hear gunfire....

Departments will run emergency drill at U of R
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
The Redlands Police and Fire departments, the University of Redlands, Redlands Unified School District and American Medical Response will participate in an emergency preparedness drill beginning at 8:30 a.m. today on the University of Redlands campus.

U of R's third commencement ceremony honors business graduates
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
A students waves to get his family's attention after finding a place to sit during the commencement ceremony for the University of Redlands Business School on Saturday. REDLANDS -- For Mariam Tressler, an undergraduate...

Fran Grace draws biggest Redlands Forum crowd yet
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Waiting list was 204 strong after 350 seats fill Fran Grace, a religious studies professor at the University of Redlands, discusses how to live a happy life. Living a happy life is simple but not necessarily easy, according to Fran...

Go for your goals, University of Redlands graduates are told
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
University of Redlands students cheer for fellow graduates during the commencement ceremony on Saturday. (John Valenzuela/Staff Photographer) REDLANDS -- Applause and cheers echoed through the Greek Amphitheatre at the University...

REDLANDS: University graduates Class of 2013
Press-Enterprise - Online
Brian Kuklok leaves the stage after accepting his diploma on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at the University of Redlands. Brittany Williams felt the way a lot of students do when they graduate from college. "It's very bittersweet," she said on Saturday,

Local Colleges: Redlands claims SCIAC softball title with win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
San Bernardino Sun - Online
Photo gallery: College Softball: Redlands vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps CLAREMONT - One thing University of Redlands softball coach Laurie Nevarez admires about senior pitcher Kayla Uphold is her ability to shake off a bad outing

University of Redlands' School of Education kicks off ceremonies
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Approximately 1,400 students from the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and School of Education at the University of Redlands will graduate. Ceremonies kicked off Thursday with the School of Education.

Spring concert to feature Nichole Dechaine
Santa Maria Times - Online
...begins at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, at the First United Methodist Church, 925 North F St. in Lompoc. Dechaine is a voice instructor at Westmont College and also teaches music at Santa Barbara City College. She received her bachelor of music degree from the University of Redlands...

University of Redlands' School of Education kicks off ceremonies
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Approximately 1,400 students from the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and School of Education at the University of Redlands will graduate.

SAN JACINTO: School trustees promote administrator to top job
Press-Enterprise - Online
...anything to support student achievement." Perez earned a bachelor's degree in political science with an emphasis in international relations from UCLA and a master's in educational counseling and pupil support services and administrative credentials from the University of Redlands...

ECONOMY: Inland expert predicts job growth
Press-Enterprise - Online
...rate that continues to decline. But some problems linger in 2013, the region's ranking economist said Wednesday, April 17. John Husing, who delivered his annual economic forecast at the Inland Empire Economic Partnership's State of the Region event at the University of Redlands...

Energy retrofit project launched in Redlands
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
...sealing the routes through which warm and cold air escape. The work has to be done right, Hartman said, or the building will continue to leak warm and cold air. "How can we know we're getting reputable contractors who will do the work correctly?"

Former University of Redlands art professor Leon Moburg has died
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Leon Frank Moburg, an internationally known ceramicist and University of Redlands art professor emeritus, died Saturday at his Redlands home. He was 86.

New Youth Choir of the University of Redlands Community School of Music and the Arts will give concert tonight
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
The University of Redlands Community School of Music and the Arts Youth Choir, under the direction of Nicholle Andrews, will give its first concert at 7 p.m. today in the university's Memorial Chapel. The concert is free ...

Constructing the Whole Earth Building was a dirty job
Los Angeles Times - Online
...the entire ecosystem in the construction and operation of the building," said Nancy Mintie, executive director of Uncommon Good, a community development organization that works with low-income families.

REDLANDS: Anniversary video focuses on philanthropy, history
Press-Enterprise - Online
...history for the anniversary celebration, they swung into action. They plan to include interviews with local luminaries -- Stan and Ellen Weisser (state pharmacy board member and philanthropists), Larry and Char Burgess (former A.K. Smiley Library director and University of Redlands vice president...)

REDLANDS: Arts Youth Choir to perform April 16
Press-Enterprise - Online
The University of Redlands Community School of Music and the Arts Youth Choir, under the direction of Nicholle Andrews, will perform on Tuesday, April 16, in the Memorial Chapel on the University of Redlands Campus.

Tommi Cahill to present program for Redlands Camera Club
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Tommi Cahill, assistant professor of art at the University of Redlands, will present a program on her Limelight portrait series when the Redlands Camera Club meets at 7 p.m. Monday at Redlands United Church of Christ…

Redlands Optimists honor 70 students from REV, RHS, Citrus and Orangewood
Daily Breeze, other LANG sources
Seventy students from REV, RHS, Citrus and Orangewood were honored at the Redlands Optimist Youth Appreciation Luncheon Thursday at the Elks Club. Dr. Ralph Kuncl, president of the University of Redlands spoke.

Pianist Jonathan Griswold will perform at Plymouth Village in Redlands
Redlands Daily Facts, other LANG sources
David Griswold, who died in 2012, was on the faculty of the University of Redlands Community School of Music and the Arts and performed at the Packinghouse Church in Redlands. Jonathan began informal training with his father when he was 3…

Remembering the trolley cars of Redlands past
Redlands Daily Facts, other LANG sources
New residents coming to the area and the opening of the University of Redlands in 1907 saw the extension of lines to reach other places within the area, and later saw lines extending into neighboring cities.

University of Redlands named to President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, with distinction
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
The Corporation for National and Community Service has again honored the University of Redlands as a leader among institutions of higher education for its support of volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement. Th...

Professors: Massive online courses shouldn't be worth college credit
Los Angeles Daily News - Online
"The University of Redlands offers courses taught in the 'hybrid' format, where there is a blend of in-class and online instruction," Karen Bergh, the university's Director of Public Relations. "We do not currently have plans to offer MOOCS. "

Area Colleges: Bulldogs aiming for another title
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
1 The University of Redlands softball team has gone back into first place in the SCIAC, but the standings are forever changing. The Bulldogs (27-7, 17-5) are just ahead of Chapman (22-8, 15-5) and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (22-10, 14-6) but have doubleheaders...

Kimberly from Credit is cool on camera
U-T San Diego - Online
...wound up on “The Price Is Right” set in Studio City. Needless to say, Kimberly was floored when the show's producer chose her to “Come on down!” There are certain ironies to her appearance. For one, she is only 25 years old and also a student at the University of Redlands. “The Price Is Right” has been around since 1956 and the newer version, with all the glitz and various games, has been on the air for 41 years. Also, she once was a checker at a grocery store so she felt very confident...

Finding Meaning
Huffington Post
...(Shambala 2013), which is now available. Many of us share these same questions. So many of us also hope to find new perspectives to explore how we might be more compassionate toward the world, to others, and to ourselves. For three weeks, 16 students from the University of Redlands accompanied me on a profoundly transformative journey to learn from the Karmapa's unique perspective on how we can create a meaningful life. The Karmapa's vantage point is a rare one: He was just 25 during our visit,.. News

REDLANDS: University presents operatic double bill
Press-Enterprise - Online
The University of Redlands School of Music presents a double bill featuring excerpts from Arrigo Boito's Faustian work for the lyric theater, “Mefistofele,” and a performance of Giacomo Puccini's heart-breaking one-act opera, “Suor Angelica…

The Sun's College Five: Sweep gives Redlands a boost in standings
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
Scott Laverty's University of Redlands baseball team started the week in seventh place in the SCIAC, three spots lower than it needs to earn a spot in the four-team postseason tournament. But the Bulldogs made up some ground and moved into third place,...

Superstorm Sandy victims aided by IE students
KABC-TV online
Garrison was among 20 University of Redlands students who signed up to spend their spring break aiding in the recovery. The group volunteered with Habitat for Humanity to help rebuild the community of Breezy Point, N.Y. It was a job that had them mucking out moldy homes and swinging hammers.

REDLANDS: Multicultural festival set for Saturday, April 6
Press Enterprise
The free 23rd annual Living on Common Ground Multicultural Festival will be held Saturday, April 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on the University of Redlands quad. The festival is presented by the University of Redlands…

The Sun's College Five: Sweep gives Redlands a boost in standings
San Bernardino Sun
Scott Laverty's University of Redlands baseball team started the week in seventh place in the SCIAC, three spots lower than it needs to earn a spot in the four-team postseason tournament. But the Bulldogs made up some ground and moved into ...

Fiddle and cello duo Christina and Seana Thompson will play Celtic, American folk music at the University of Redlands
Redlands Daily Facts
Fiddle player Christina Thompson and her sister, cellist Seana Thompson, with their friend Rory Ward, who plays bouzouki, guitar and tenor banjo, will give a concert of traditional and original Celtic and American folk music at 4 p.m. Sunday…

Carmel Valley resident named among Best Attorneys
Del Mar Times - Online
He has been named San Diego County Bar Association’s Legal Professional of the Year. Higgs holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Redlands and a law degree from the University of San Diego.


SURF-ing
SURF

The Sustainable University of Redlands Farm (SURF) is a natural farm in its beginning stages, but already grows and sells fresh vegetables to Bon Appetit, the food management company on campus.

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