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University of Redlands launches Peace Corps Prep program

“Our participation in this program further solidifies our commitment to preparing our students for global service work,” says Steve Wuhs, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and senior international officer.

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Musical collaboration honors new president

Frequent collaborators Jamison Stevens ’22 and Timothy Cunningham ’22 composed “12 and Change” in honor of President Krista Newkirk’s arrival on campus. After tapping a faculty member to write lyrics, the song was performed during the School of Music’s first in-person choral concert since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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President Ralph W. Kuncl to Bulldog community: 'Do great things'

To mark the occasion of Ralph W. Kuncl’s departure from the U of R presidency at the end of June, Och Tamale magazine partnered with Ellie Obrochta ’19 to interview him about the highlights of the last nine years and his vision and hopes for the future of the University.

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Stepping into a post-pandemic future

As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, U of R experts provide their perspectives on where we go from here. 

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Candace Glendening named Professor of the Year

The University of Redlands Mortar Board Honor Society has named Candace Glendening as Professor of the Year. Glendening, a senior lecturer of biology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been teaching at the University of Redlands for nearly 17 years.

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Research sheds light on deaths of despair and their political implications

Over the past 20 years, social scientists have noticed an increased mortality rate among a specific demographic in the United States. In order to explore this phenomenon, Professor Greg Thorson, who holds the Ken and Lynn Hall Endowed Chair of Public Policy at the U of R, and Edison Forman ’21 coauthored a study and presented their findings during a recent virtual talk.

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Academic Minute hosts ‘University of Redlands Week’

During the last week of February, five University of Redlands faculty members in the humanities or social sciences “took over” Inside Higher Ed’s Academic Minute, highlighting their new projects during the two-and-a-half-minute podcast.

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‘The infinite game’

“Leadership is a balance between being tough-minded and tender-hearted,” said WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge during a recent conversation with University of Redlands School of Business students.

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