From the boardroom and the voting booth, to the pulpit and the family dinner table, language permeates our lives. Here, representatives of multiple disciplines speak about how language shapes our understanding of ourselves and the world, as well as potentially enhancing our empathy, creativity, and productivity.
Professor Heather King examines how literature can expand our understanding.Read more
Professors Solaman Cooperson and M. Alayne Sullivan address the importance of providing verbal skills to succeed in school and life.Read more
“Poetry is … a balance of technique and mystery,” says Professor Joy Manesiotis.Read more
The Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) is working closely with faculty members and other constituencies to unlock career opportunities for students.
New programming meets transfers where they are.
“Our program efforts at the University of Redlands are a critical step for ensuring that Native American students have access to quality education and experiences,” said San Manuel Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena.
The U of R community honored the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with community engagement, leadership, and service.
Students who manage the Laurie Mitchell Redlands Student Investment Fund meet weekly to discuss investment opportunities.
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