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January 14, 2010
A new endowed faculty chair, the Ken and Lynn Hall Endowed Chair of Public Policy, has brought professor Greg Thorson to campus, who brings a clear understanding of a variety of issues to his new role. … »
January 12, 2010
A Redlands graduate has been crowned Miss Black California, giving her the opportunity to represent the state at the Miss Black USA Pageant in August. … »
Grammy nominee and Redlands alumnus John Jorgenson is bringing his gypsy jazz style back to Redlands. Jorgenson, who graduated from Redlands in 1978, will perform Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at The Performance Loft, 345 North 5th St. in Redlands. … »
January 08, 2010
It was announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) that the University of Redlands Men’s and Women’s tennis teams have landed among the best in NCAA Division III, according to the ITA/Campbell’s Preseason College rankings. … »
Astronomer and associate professor of physics Tyler Nordgren visited 12 national parks in 12 months, photographing and studying the stars. … »
January 07, 2010
A University of Redlands education professor is part of a new network of researchers working to strengthen the field of school counseling through research. … »
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