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Removing the novel coronavirus from the water cycle
Scientists call for more research to understand whether water treatment methods kill the virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic
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The shutdown brought bluer skies but more nighttime ozone to the Inland Empire
Air quality improvements lead to unique atmospheric chemical behavior
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This UC Riverside professor was ready for the shift to online instruction
Frank Vahid has been using web-based teaching tools and incorporating online instruction into his courses since 2012
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Additional Instructions and Resources

Concurrent Enrollment Instructions:  https://extension.ucr.edu/resources/resource/Concurrent_Enrollment

Change of major instructions:  https://student.engr.ucr.edu/policies/major-changes

UCR Keep Learning FAQ’s: https://keeplearning.ucr.edu/frequently-asked-questions

Remote Learning tips: https://keeplearning.ucr.edu/quick-guide-remote-learning

Accommodations and Accessibility: https://keeplearning.ucr.edu/accommodations-accessibility

 

Vision

The vision of the Office of Student Academic Affairs is to support the academic departments in producing knowledgeable and well-rounded students by engaging students before and after they enter UCR, and helping them to attain their full academic potential.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to support engineering students in achieving their educational goals by providing guidance and services which enhance their academic development.

We strive to fulfill this mission by:

  • Committing to excellence, the academic counseling profession, and continued development.
  • Working intentionally to build respect, trust, and cooperation with students in support of their academic success.
  • Considering individual student needs while encouraging student development.
  • Encouraging academic planning, self-awareness, accountability, and resourcefulness.
  • Helping students respond proactively and productively to issues impacting academic success.
  • Upholding academic policies of the university, BCOE, and its departments.
  • Assisting students in acclimating to and navigating the academic environment, policies, and expectations.